Apple pie punch mocktail

Apple pie punch mocktail

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Making a mocktail is starting to become a bit of a tradition here on Friday! Created by participating in the dryjanuary, but which is now taking longer. I actually didn't drink cocktails because I often don't like spirits. And especially not if you mix them together! I really like the “virgin” versions! And making a mocktail recipe is really a party with the pictures I shot of this apple pie punch mocktail. Maybe I should bundle them together in an e-book when I have a good number of them….. If you do drink alcohol, you can of course easily replace the 0.0% for normal apple cider.

Apple pie punch mocktail

A mocktail is a cocktail-like drink without alcohol. The word “mocktail” is derived from the English word “mock” meaning “fake” or “false”, and “cocktail”. The origins of mocktails date back to the 19th century, when non-alcoholic drinks such as "sherbets" and "punches" were popular in the United States. In the 1920s and 1930s, mocktails became increasingly popular during the American Prohibition period, when the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages were banned. Mocktails were then served as an alternative to cocktails in bars and restaurants. Today, mocktails are a popular choice among people who do not drink alcohol or on special occasions where alcohol is not served.

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Apple pie punch mocktail

Did you know that “punch” is originally Indian? The original mix of this drink were: water, tea, alcohol, lemon and sugar. Only much later was fruit added. This drink ended up in the West via the English and in Spain you often know it as Sangria. This apple die punch mocktail has a nice sweet taste, combined with cinnamon. That's what makes this mocktail recipe so special, because when you touch the rim of the glass with your tongue, you can taste it right away!

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Apple pie punch mocktail

Again a wonderfully fresh mocktail, with a sweet cinnamon-honey edge to your glass.

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Hallway: mock tail
Kitchen: European
Keyword: apple, honey, cinnamon
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 2 minutes
Total time: 7 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 47kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

2 saucers
honey spoon
2 tall whiskey glasses


  • 1 bottle apple cider - 0.0%
  • 200 gram ice cubes
  • 1 call
  • 5 el honey
  • 1 organic lemon

from the pantry:

Nice and easy: click on the logo of your favorite supermarket to add the ingredients.

And this is how you make it:

  • Cut the apple in half, do this in such a way that you cut off a whole slice from the whole apple, and repeat again. Remove the seeds and the remaining core from the two parts that remain and cut them into small pieces with the skin on. Put all the pieces and also the two slices of apple in a bowl and pour some lemon juice over them, this prevents them from browning.
  • Scoop the sugar on one saucer and mix it with 1 tbsp cinnamon powder, on the other saucer spoon 3 tbsp honey with such a special honeycomb spoon.
  • Turn the rims of the glasses first through the honey and then through the sugar-cinnamon mixture.
  • Spoon 1 tbsp honey into both glasses and sprinkle some cinnamon on top.
  • Crush the ice in your blender and fill the glass halfway with it, then place the apple pieces on top.
  • Pour the cider into the glasses and serve with the apple slice and a cinnamon stick.
  • Cheers!
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Mocktails are the non-alcoholic version of a cocktail, but certainly no less tasty! Here are some more great drinks:

This alcohol-free blood orange elderflower spritzer.

Or this raspberry spoom with lemon sorbet ice cream.

But this pineapple mint mocktail is also very tasty!

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