I am a huge fan of sangria. We just had our first glimpse of fall and I could not wait to make a batch of caramel apple sangria. This is the perfect fall sangria recipe to enjoy when the weather begins to cool down.
Sangria is such a fun wine drink to make because your options and flavors are practically limitless. You can choose white wine or red wine, sweet wine or dry wine, many options of fruit, and so many choices of liquor.
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For this recipe, I chose to use a dry white wine to balance the sweetness of the apple cider. Feel free to use a sweet white wine such as Moscato if you prefer sweeter wine.
Caramel vodka also makes an appearance in the caramel apple sangria for one of the best caramel vodka drinks you will try.
How To Make Caramel Apple Sangria
This recipe for the perfect fall sangria is so simple to make. First, you will need a large pitcher.
Core and chop two green apples. Next, add the apples, three cinnamon sticks, and two cups apple cider to the pitcher.
Top with one bottle of wine (I prefer Pinot Grigio in this recipe) and one and one half cups caramel vodka. Yes, you read that right, one and one-half cups… you really need the caramel flavor.
Stir well and chill for at least four hours.
This caramel apple sangria recipe is one of the best caramel vodka drinks you will enjoy this fall around a cozy fire. Seriously, dig out a hay bale and enjoy a glass by the fire.
- 1 bottle white wine
- 2 cups apple cider
- 1 1/2 cup caramel vodka
- 2 green apples (chopped and/or sliced)
- 3 cinnamon sticks
- In a large pitcher, mix one bottle chilled white wine, two cups apple cider, one and one half cups caramel vodka, two chopped green apples, and three cinnamon sticks.
- Chill at least two hours.
- Remove cinnamon sticks before serving.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 301Carbohydrates: 24gSugar: 18g
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