Ever heard of Apple Cider Floats? If you haven’t, and you’ve never tried one, you’re in for a treat! Made with warm, spiced apple cider and topped with vanilla ice cream, this is the ideal non-alcoholic dessert drink to enjoy before tucking into that slice of pumpkin pie. Comforting, delicious, and perfect for Thanksgiving.
Turn this into a spiked Apple Cider Float by adding 2 oz bourbon or spiced rum to the apple cider. Yum!
Brush apple slices with lemon to prevent them from browning.
Go ahead and swap out the vanilla ice cream for something more adventurous, like caramel, cinnamon, or apple pie flavor.
Warm the apple cider in a small saucepan over a medium heat
Spoon some cinnamon sugar into a shallow plate
Pour some caramel sauce into another shallow plate
Dip the rim of heat-proof clear glass mug into the caramel sauce
Ladle the warmed cider into the mugs
Top with a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream
Dollop whipped cream over the top
Garnish with a drizzle of caramel sauce, sliced apples and a cinnamon stick
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