31 Days of Fall Fun (Day 13): Apple Cider Floats

31 Days of Fall Fun-Apple CiderFloats (1)

This weekend was so busy by the time I stopped spinning it was Tuesday! I definitely needed a little fall fun and some downtime. This little sugary delight was a great idea.  It is a simple, easy Autumn dessert that’s definitely a crowd pleaser. I always thought Apple Cider Floats

Even my fiance who’s not a big fan of apple cider  loved these and like I said it’s a super quick 5-minute recipe.


Here’s what you need:

  • 1/2 cup Ginger Ale, Ginger Beer or Lemon-Lime Soda
  • 1 cup of Unfiltered Apple Cider
  • Nutmeg
  • Cinnamon
  •  Ice cream of your choice (I recommend Vanilla or Pumpkin)

1.) So let’s get to float makin’!  Get yourself a nice tall glass and pour a cup of your unfiltered Apple Cider right in! Bonus: If you’re looking to make this a “spiked” float, you can always add just a shot of Apple Pie Moonshine, or Apple Jack brandy to give this a little kick.


2.)  Then pour your 1/2 of Ginger Beer in as well. I like the stronger tasting Ginger Beer from Trader Joes, it gives it more of a homemade kinda taste. If you’re not a fan of brewed ginger beer you can use regular ginger ale or even just some kind of lemon-lime soda.


3.) Then add a scoop (or two….or three??? depending on your sweet tooth) and sprinkle a little nutmeg and cinnamon on top.


4.) Drizzle some caramel sauce on there and you’re all set to enjoy a delicious fall-flavored treat!


Try the recipe and let me know what you think! My fiance and I had a great night with these and it was the perfect treat after a long day at work.



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