Caramel Apple Cider Vodka Slush Cocktail is a fun adult beverage that is so refreshing! One of my favorite caramel vodka recipes to celebrate fall flavors with family and friends! This three-ingredient boozy apple cider cocktail is a favorite autumn cocktail! #appleweek
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I have not shared a boozy recipe in some time so that needs to change! Todays the day for it! My friends, Caramel Apple Cider Vodka Slush is a fun autumn cocktail. I use three ingredients, including ice to make this refreshing apple cider cocktail.
Ready, I use caramel vodka, apple cider, and ice to get the most thirst-quenching cocktail!
I live on Long Island, I think Long Islanders are the only people who say live on, everyone says I live in “whatever state”. Okay, anywho back to my caramel apple cider cocktail recipe! We were out east at a farm/winery last year. They had all sorts of treats and drinks for sale.
Well, they had a non-alcoholic apple cider slush and it was just delicious! I knew I had to recreate it! I have a very popular recipe for Strawberry Vodka Slush CocktailSo it was a no-brainer for me, I knew I had to turn the apple cider slush into a cocktail.
I came home with a bunch of freshly picked apples and made homemade slow cooker apple cider, which by the way is delish! I got some caramel vodka and ice, threw everything in the blender and tada, Caramel Apple Cider Vodka Slush was born.
No, you do not have to make your own homemade apple cider to enjoy this fantastic cocktail. You can buy ready-made apple cider for this recipe.
What if I don’t own a blender, how can I make Caramel Apple Cider Vodka Slush?
Well, I highly suggest you purchase a blender or put one on your gift list! I would suggest just mixing the caramel vodka and the apple cider with ice. You can also try putting ice cubes in a sealable storage bag and bang the heck out of the bag of ice with a mallet or bat. You will most certainly enjoy the apple cider cocktail after all that crushing.
Can I make this a non-alcohol apple cider slush for the kids or those who choose not to imbibe?
Absolutely! Just leave out the vodka. I made one today for my daughter. I use a specific apple garnish if it’s an adult party where I have both spiked and non-alcohol apple cider slushies. So the non-alcohol apple cider slushies are decorated with a green apple slice. The caramel apple vodka slushies are garnished with a red apple slice.
How do you store the Cider Apple Vodka Slushies?
When there are leftover, well that is rare, I put the leftover apple cider cocktail in a storage container and I keep it in the freezer. When ready to drink them, remove from freezer, let defrost a bit and give it a whirl in the blender.
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Recipe Instructions for Caramel Apple Vodka Slush:
Caramel Apple Vodka Slush
How to Make Caramel Apple Vodka Slush
- 1 1/2 ounce caramel vodka
- 6 ounces apple cider, can be store bought
- 1 to 1 1/2 cups ice cubes
How to Make Cinnamon Sugar and Garnish
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- sliced apple wedges, place on rim of glass optional
How to Make Caramel Apple Vodka Slush
- In a blender add caramel vodka, apple cider, and vodka. Use either the Crush button or Blend to mix ingredients and crush the ice. The ice should crumble. When you have the consistency of a slush, pour into a glass and enjoy. Rim the glass with cinnamon sugar. And serve with an apple wedge for garnish.
How To Make Cinnamon Sugar
- In a small bowl blend sugar and cinnamon. To rim a glass with the cinnamon sugar, dampen the rim of the glass with either water, caramel vodka, or apple cider. Then dip the rim of the glass in the sugar mix.
- I am not a registered dietician, I do my best to give the most accurate nutritional details as possible. Any nutritional data I provide is an approximation. Actual dietary information can vary based on ingredients and portion sizes
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