September 20, 2019

Caramel apple cider slushies #AppleWeek

This post is sponsored on behalf of #appleweek. Our generous sponsors, Envy Apples, Torani, Chocoley, Bob's Red Mill, The Republic of Tea, Taylor & Colledge, Flahavan's Irish Oatmeal, Nairn's, and Zyliss have provided us with products for recipe creation and a giveaway for our readers. As always, all opinions are my own.

Glasses of caramel apple cider slushies.

Two ingredients are all it takes to make delicious and refreshing autumn caramel apple cider slushies! These drinks are perfect for when you have a warm fall day and a super yummy way to enjoy apple cider.

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Every summer when one of our local cider mills open for business, apple cider slushies are a very popular treat people go there to get. We live in New York state, so apples and apple cider are very popular in the fall as we have many apple orchards around our area.

So, when I found out Torani was sending some puremade caramel sauce, I thought that incorporating it into a slushie would be perfect! I was really thinking about the best way to make these slushies, because I didn't want to use ice and dilute the flavor of the apple cider.

I ended up freezing apple cider into ice cubes and then blending it and that worked perfectly! The apple cider and caramel flavors were not watered down at all and they were so flavorful. 
These are a perfectly refreshing drink for a warm fall day! And apple + caramel are a lovely autumn flavor combination. These are great for after a long day apple picking or pumpkin picking, hiking, or any other fall activities.

This is my last recipe for another amazing #AppleWeek! I hope that everyone has found a lot of new apple recipe inspiration (I know I have). 

Apple cider slushie with caramel syrup bottle.

Yield: 2 servings

Caramel Apple Cider Slushies

Two ingredients are all it takes to make delicious and refreshing autumn caramel apple cider slushies!


  • 4 cups apple cider, divided
  • 3 tablespoons Torani Puremade Caramel Sauce


How to cook Caramel Apple Cider Slushies

  1. Pour 3 cups of apple cider into two ice cube trays. Let freeze overnight.
  2. Place all the frozen apple cider into a blender, along with the remaining 1 cup of unfrozen apple cider, and 3 tablespoons of the puremade caramel sauce.
  3. Blend on high (I started with the "ice crush" setting) and stir as needed until smooth.
  4. Pour into chilled glasses, top with extra caramel sauce, and serve immediately.
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  1. Cider slushies are sooooo good! I've never made one at home but now I have to change that and a little caramel on top will take it to the next level for sure!

  2. I can't wait to make this, it looks mouthwatering yummy!

  3. Two ingredients??? Well I guess I know what I'll be making! Easy and yummy at the same time!

  4. I have been thinking of making some of these for a few years but never get around to it. They are served at the festivals and so good- but now you have the kinks worked out it is a must do while it is still warm outside and the a/c still blowing.

  5. Slushies are always fun and we are back in the high 80's here in Michigan so blending the seasons is perfect.

  6. What a great idea. I've never heard of an apple slushie, but now you have made me thirsty!

  7. I've never made a cider slushie. I can see I'm going to have to -- this looks terrific! Love the caramel in it. Thanks!

  8. These slushies look wonderful! I can't believe they are so easy to make :)

  9. I've never heard of a cider slushy! I want one! (I want a little apple brandy in mine!)

  10. This sounds so easy to make, and looks so refreshing.

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  12. I want to try this today :) looks so good!


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