Mocktail of the Month: Apple Pie Punch
It's no secret that holidays are responsible for an increase in drinking and driving. To avoid this, nonalcoholic drinks can be a great way to keep you and your guests safe while enjoying fall celebrations.
For those of you looking to welcome autumn with the delicious taste of apple cider, we have the recipe for you:
Apple Pie Punch
This recipe makes eight servings.
- 1 apple
- 2 cups of pear nectar
- 1 quart of apple cider
- 24 ounces of ginger ale
- Cinnamon stick (optional)
- Combine the pear nectar, apple cider, and ginger ale together in a pitcher. Stir well.
- Dice the apple and place them in the pitcher.
- Pour the mixture over ice and serve with a cinnamon stick garnish (optional) for a tasty autumn treat!
Tip: If you’d like to serve this drink warm, heat the liquid mixture in a pot on low heat. Once warm, place the apples in the pot and serve into mugs and add cinnamon stick as a garnish (optional).
Do Your Part to Prevent Drunk Driving
Every day in American, 28 people are killed as a result of drinking and driving. Don't be another statistic. Stay safe this holiday season—and make sure your guests are safe, too.