Caramel Apple Mocktail

Three glasses of caramel apple mocktail ready to serve with a half full pitcher in the background. A glass being removed from a side plate of biscuit crumbs having just been rimmed. Looking down on a picnic table with three caramel apple mocktails highlighting the pieces of apple floating in them. Picnic table with a caramel apple mocktail, pitcher of same mocktail and two rimmed but empty glasses.
Recipe Origin Global
Rating
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Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 10 min 00:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Chill
Ingredients Apple Fruit
Equipment Cooler
Recipe Type Drink
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Three glasses of caramel apple mocktail ready to serve with a half full pitcher in the background. A glass being removed from a side plate of biscuit crumbs having just been rimmed. Looking down on a picnic table with three caramel apple mocktails highlighting the pieces of apple floating in them. Picnic table with a caramel apple mocktail, pitcher of same mocktail and two rimmed but empty glasses.

Caramel Apple Mocktail

Perfect through autumn and apple season this rich caramel apple mocktail is reminiscent of apple pie.

The rimming of the cup is also unique using cinnamon biscuits to give some more texture which is complemented by the freshness of the apple chunks.

If looking for variations try using a homemade caramel or mixing up the dessert seasonings by using a pumpkin spice mix. Ginger snaps would also be a good substitution for the biscuits adding a different dimension. 

Ingredients

rosemary spring

6 cups apple cider

1/2 cup caramel

2 plain biscuits or Graeme crackers

1 tablespoon dessert rub (or cinnamon sugar)

1 apple

3 cups sparkling water

Equipment

1 pitcher

6 serving glasses or plastic cups

Recipe Directions

  1. Add the rosemary to the pitcher and muddle (lightly bash to break the leaves so the flavor is imparted to the liquids).

  2. Add to the pitcher the apple cider and caramel syrup. Stir to mix the caramel evenly into the apple cider.

  3. Place the biscuits into a small plastic bag and bash until they are fine crumbs then add the dessert rub and mix well to combine.

  4. Wash the apple then core. Thinly slice to create apple pieces that can be added to the mocktail.

  5. Set up two side plates, one with water, the second with the biscuit crumbs. Take each glass and dip the rim in the water, then dip in the seasoned biscuit crumbs to create a decorative rim.

  6. Add two slices of the apple to the glass. Remove the rosemary from the pitcher then stir in case any of the caramel has settled out. Pour the caramel apple cider into each glass just over half full then add the sparkling water to fill to just below the biscuit rim. Serve immediately while still cold.

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Recipe Origin Global
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 10 min 00:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Chill
Ingredients Apple Fruit
Equipment Cooler
Recipe Type Drink
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