These super yummy cider floats are perfect for the fluctuating temperatures of autumn. Served warm or chilled, they’ll be a hit!
Apples are a symbol of autumn. The chilly days bring trips to the orchard, and pies and crisps are made with the beloved red (or green) fruit. But the weather in our neck of the woods keeps fluctuating between hot and cold, and I wanted to find something that could be made with apples that wouldn’t heat up the kitchen too much on those sunny days, but could also keep us toasty if need be. Luckily these apple cider floats are just the trick. Since they can be served warm or chilled, they’re a perfect treat for this temperamental fall.
Apple Cider Floats
- Apple cider, warm or cold
- Ice cream (vanilla bean or caramel work nice)
Put a scoop (or two) of ice cream in a glass, and top with apple cider.
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