This caramel and pear cocktail is made with vodka and fresh pears and is the perfect addition to your fall and Thanksgiving entertaining.
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Thanksgiving is next week, and if you are looking for the perfect pre-dinner drink to serve your guests, then you will want to try this pear and caramel vodka cocktail. We even have ideas for a delicious grazing board below and even more fall drinks you can serve when home entertaining this holiday season.
This cocktail was inspired by the spiced pear cocktail I made last year in early autumn.
This drink pairs perfectly with a holiday charcuterie board with meats, cheese, crackers, and lots of fresh produce and nuts. We have the perfect fall grazing board that includes a ginger and pear tart and has a combination of both sweet and savory foods to snack on.
Pear and caramel fall cocktail recipe
- 3 pears - peeled and diced
- 1/4 cup Sweet'N Low
- 1/4 cup water
- Smirnoff Kissed Caramel - 2 oz per drink
- 1 tsp caramel syrup - per drink
- crushed ice
- Make a simple syrup using the water and Sweet'N Low. Bring them to a simmer and stir until the Sweet'N Low is completely dissolved, it will take just a few minutes. Add the diced pear and simmer stirring frequently until the pear is softened.
- Transfer the pears to a blender and blend until pureed.
- Set aside to cool in the refrigerator.
- Once cooled, add 2 oz of the Smirnoff Kissed Caramel and caramel syrup to a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Top with 2 oz of the pureed pears. Shake to combine. Pour into a glass.
Did you know Sweet’N Low is a zero-calorie sweetener and is diabetic-friendly? By using Sweet’N Low in this recipe enjoy the sweetness you love without the extra calories.
Are you looking for more delicious fall cocktails to make this holiday season? You need to take a look at these:
- Fall bourbon cocktail with tangerine
- Ginger pomegranate cocktail
- Autumn spiced pear cocktail
- Fall apple pie cocktail
- Pomegranate pear cocktail
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