This autumn apple pie cocktail recipe is the perfect way to kick off the fall season with apple picking and ending with Thanksgiving dinner.
Disclosure: This Sweet’N Low Apple Pie Cocktail is part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #donthesitaste
Fall (or as we Aussies say, Autumn) is officially here.
The leaves are going to be changing colors, we’ll be apple picking and choosing pumpkins at the local pumpkin patch, and before you know it Halloween, and then Thanksgiving will be upon us.
So it is time to enjoy all things cinnamon, apple and pumpkin. Let’s start with a cocktail shall we?
Apple pie cocktail recipe
This delicious fall cocktail tastes like apple pie and is quick and easy to make.
- 2 oz Vanilla Cinnamon Bailey's
- 1 oz Green Apple Vodka
- 2 oz Apple Cider
- 2 oz Heavy Whipping Cream
- 1/2 pkt Sweet'N Low
- Apple slices to garnish
- Cinnamon stick to garnish
- Combine the cream, Bailey's, vodka, apple cider, and Sweet'N Low in a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Shake, shake, shake, and pour.
- Garnish your cocktail with a cinnamon stick and apple slice, and sprinkle a little cinnamon on top.
About Sweet’N Low
Did you know Sweet’N Low partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters this summer?
For every cup sampled on their #donthesitaste tour, Sweet’N Low will be making a donation* to Big Brothers Big Sisters to help support their vision to help all children achieve success in life. (*Maximum donation of $49,000.)
Although the tour is coming to a close, you can still enter their #donthesitaste photo sweepstakes! The grand prize is valued at over $1,300! Check out the gallery and official rules here.
Did you know Sweet’N Low is a zero-calorie sweetener and is diabetic-friendly? By using Sweet’N Low in this recipe you can enjoy the sweetness you love without the extra calories.
Are you looking for more delicious fall cocktails? You need to take a look at these too:
- A fall bourbon and tangerine cocktail
- Pear and caramel fall cocktail
- A ginger pomegranate holiday cocktail
- Autumn spiced pear cocktail
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