Fall Flavors in a Glass: Caramel Apple Drink Recipe

David Arndt

Green Apple Meets Caramel in a Glass

Step into the season with a classic fall flavor reimagined. Our Caramel Apple drink is a sweet rendition of autumn's favorite treat, combining the tartness of green apple with the rich, creamy notes of caramel. This drink is a delightful homage to the caramel-dipped apples we all adore but with a refreshing twist.

Gather Your Autumnal Ingredients

Crafting Your Caramel Apple Drink

A Crisp Start

Dissolve 1 packet of Jolly Rancher Green Apple in 16 ounces of water, stirring until fully combined.

Cool and Crisp

Heap in the ice to keep things cool, crisp, and invigorating.

Sweet Indulgence

Gently top off with 2 ounces of sugar-free Caramel Syrup, allowing it to cascade through the ice and infuse the drink with its sweet, buttery flavor.

Embrace the taste of fall with each sip of this Caramel Apple drink. Whether you're enjoying the changing leaves or cozying up at home, this beverage is the perfect companion. Share your drink creations with us using #CaramelAppleDrink and celebrate the flavors of the season!

Food and Drink
Xclusive Collectibles Banner

More articles from these categories coming soon

View All
Food and Drink
Sports Articles, Information & Resources
Cards & Collectibles Articles, Videos & Resources
Entertainment Articles, Information & Resources
Business articles, Information & Resources
Marketing Articles, Tips & Resources
News, Information & Resource Articles
World News, Information & Resources
Crypto Currency News & Information
Personal & Professional Learning & Development Resources

Join Our Newsletter and Get the Latest
Information to Your Inbox

No spam ever. Read our Privacy Policy
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Popular articles

We don't get paid for referrals if you use these professional services. We promote professionals who deliver the best services for their clients & customers

CPG.IOPaleo Ranch
This is some text inside of a div block.
WaterTok RecipesWyler's Light Stixology