Fall-Inspired Apple Cider Sangria (Only 4 Ingredients)
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This is the perfect apple cider sangria recipe to entertain your guests!
Looking for the perfect fall drink? 🍎
We have the best fall beverage for you and your friends to ring in the fall season with! Here’s how to make the perfect fall pitcher of apple cider sangria! This recipe is super easy to throw together and tastes very light and refreshing. What a great way to take advantage of inexpensive and in-season apples this time of year.
Customize this apple cider sangria to your liking!
One of the best things about this recipe is that it’s totally customizable and can be changed to reflect your preferences. Simply swap out the wine but continue to follow the steps. I used pinot grigio, which is a dry white wine. If you prefer sweeter wines, try it with Moscato, which many Hip readers seemed to enjoy! If you enjoy red sangria, try using a Cabernet Sauvignon red as it complements the fruit really well.
If you want to turn this into a warm beverage, try heating up the cider before mixing it with the other ingredients. Though I haven’t tried this, it sounds super cozy and other readers seem to have liked the outcome!
Apple Cider Sangria
yield: 6 SERVINGS
prep time: 5 MINUTES
cook time: 5 MINUTES
total time: 10 MINUTES
This is the perfect fall drink recipe and you only need four ingredients, including a bottle of wine, sparkling cider, apples, and caramel syrup.
Sip and enjoy! 🥂
This apple cider sangria would be a great drink to take tailgating, camping, and to serve at any fall party from Halloween through Thanksgiving! You can definitely alter it to fit your taste by experimenting with different wines. Next time, I may experiment by adding some caramel-flavored vodka instead of syrup. I bet that would be good, too!
Sangria is also yummy with all sorts of fruits, so try adding some different options aside from just apples! Oranges would definitely compliment this recipe. Yum!