Apple Cider Floats

Apple Cider Floats

I’m going to go ahead and warn you right now that if you make one of these apple cider floats, you will finish it in about 30 seconds and then make another. I saw a picture of apple cider floats on Pinterest and immediately decided to try out a little recipe for myself because it looked so delicious and so easy.

I would say they would be fun to serve at a dinner party, but since those aren’t happening these days, make them for a family dinner night at home! Amalia loved them but pretty sure I loved them more.

Because I can’t eat dairy, I made ours with dairy-free Oatly vanilla ice cream. However, I just bought Van Leeuwen’s vegan salted caramel and plan to use that next time around because why not. It’s 2020 and we deserve to live a little! I also threw in Trader Joe’s pumpkin baton cookies at the last minute for even more decadence.

Apple cider floats

Makes one serving

– 2 scoops, vanilla ice cream
– Fresh apple cider
– Non-flavored seltzer or club soda
– A dash of cinnamon
– Caramel sauce (optional)
– Apple slices for garnish

1. Scoop ice cream into a glass
2. Fill with apple cider until glass is about 3/4 full
3. Top with seltzer
4. Sprinkle cinnamon
5. Drizzle caramel sauce
6. Enjoy!

Apple cider float recipe

Photos by Julia Dags.

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  1. Kelly Golightly said:


    I also can’t do dairy, so am excited I can have these.

    Yay fall!!

    9.30.20 · Reply