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Drink Your Pie ~ Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail

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As some of you may remember, last fall I might have had a slight obsession with Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie vodka.  I made a Caramel Pumpkin Pietini, a Kahlua Pumpkin Cheesecake Martini, a Pumpkin Pie Frappuccino, a Pumpkin Mudslide AND a Cran-Pumpkin Pop.  I was just a teensy bit out of control, but come on – pumpkin pie flavored vodka?  How could you not have tons of fun with that?

And now, Pinnacle has done it again with their new flavor – Caramel Apple.  I stalked the hell out of this stuff.  I checked the online product locator, I called all the local liquor stores to see if they had it, I’d casually “drop by” Total Wine & More every week hoping to run into it in the vodka aisle.  Then finally last week, there it was.

Two bottles sat on the shelf.  I bought one.  I should have bought them both.

Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail ~ Shake Bake and Party

I had this recipe planned out in my mind as soon as the new Caramel Apple flavor was announced and just as I suspected the vodka, Rumchata and apple cider all blend perfectly in this quintessentially Fall cocktail.  In a case of finding exactly what you need when you didn’t even know you needed it, I happened across a bag of Kraft Jet Puffed Caramel & Vanilla SwirlMallows on a toilet paper run to Dollar General.  I couldn’t have found a better garnish for this drink if I had been looking for one.

Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail with Caramel & Vanilla Swirl Marshmallows ~ Shake Bake and Party

This is some seriously good stuff.  It doesn’t even taste like there is alcohol in it.  It tastes like liquid caramel apple pie with a little bit of vanilla ice cream mixed in.  Is there an award for Cocktail of the Year?  Cause this should win it.

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Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail

Ingredients

1 cup apple cider
1 oz Pinnacle Caramel Apple vodka
1 oz Rumchata
ice

Directions

Combine cider, vodka and Rumchata with a few ice cubes in a cocktail shaker.  Shake and strain into a glass.  If you wish, garnish with Caramel & Vanilla SwirlMallows.  You could also rim the glass with caramel, cinnamon sugar, or both!

The cider does start to separate if you let the drink sit too long, so you might want to have a cocktail stirrer handy.  However, this cocktail is so absolutely delicious that it sitting too long really shouldn’t be an issue. :-)

Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail ~ Shake Bake and Party

If you give this one a try (and believe me, you should!) stop back to let me know what you think!  And don’t forget to follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and all that other good stuff!  The links are at the top right of my page!

Cheers!

~ Angela

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I have a serious sweet tooth! I love cookies, candy and cupcakes, and cocktails that taste like candy and cupcakes! I want to share some of my creations as well as other cool stuff I've found on the web so I hope you'll check out my blog!

21 thoughts on “Drink Your Pie ~ Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail

  1. Well, now, this….is dangerously delicious now isn’t it?! My goodness Angela what are you trying to do to me – I could drink these all day! :D

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  3. This sounds REALLY good lol.

  4. Oh yum. Sounds like dessert! Thanks for sharing on Saturday Night Fever! I love your blog! See you again this Saturday!

  5. It does sound good – can’t wait to try it. I have one piece of advice in the event you can’t find Pinnacle’s Caramel Apple vodka. Like you, I was STALKING the Caramel Apple vodka after I saw it on Pinnacle’s FB page. However, I went all over town and couldn’t find it ANYWHERE, not even at Total Wine & More. So, I bought caramel vodka and apple vodka (different brands – I think the ones I got were both Smirnoff).

    Anyway, I made a lovely drink inspired by the one posted by Pinnacle. Since I didn’t have the Caramel Apple vodka, I used the following: 1 shot of apple vodka, 1 shot of caramel vodka, 2 shots of apple juice & 3 shots of lemon-lime soda. It was delicious. When I finally found the Caramel Apple vodka (about a month later), I made the same drink…and ironically, it was better with the separate vodkas. So, when Caramel Apple vodka disappears from the shelves, and you’re left with that craving, substitute apple & caramel vodkas instead.

    With that being said – I really must go find some RumChata because I’m dying to try your concoction! And who knew that Kraft made vanilla caramel marshmallows. Another must have: Plush Puffs gourmet marshmallows. They are so yummy and worth the price: http://www.plushpuffs.com/

    • Plush Puffs! I love the name and I see that they have COCONUT marshmallows! I’m definitely getting some of those!

      I will keep those substitutions in mind – it seems like the Pinnacle Caramel Apple is pretty hard to come by. I think I got lucky finding it. If you like cinnamon you will love the Rumchata! It’s like the milk leftover after a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch! : ) Thanks for commenting!

  6. Good Lord, woman. This just became my new favorite Autumn drink. I didn’t have carmel apple vodka, so I just used a shot of Caramel Baileys and a shot of Green Apple Vodka. Quite Tasty.

    • Nice substitutions! I love Caramel Baileys! Glad you liked it – I’ve been thinking about warming it up on the stove once it gets colder out! Thanks for stopping by! : )

  7. Has anyone tried this hot? Would it work in a crockpot? That being said I had the cold version and it was amazing. Maybe freezing the cider and blending frozen would help it stay together longer?? I didn’t have a problem with it separating it didn’t last that long :)

    • Hi Michelle! I want to try it hot, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I bet it would work wonderfully in the crock pot! So glad to hear you enjoyed it! : ) Thanks for the comment!

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  13. Made this last night. Wow, so good! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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