The Boozy Bourbon Apple Cider Slushie

A Frozen Spin on a Seasonal Staple
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Boozy Apple Cider Slushie recipe via @waitingonmarthablog-cocktail-applebourbonboozycider  

It’s safe to say that we just had the summer of the rosé slushie.   The refreshing—and quite genius—libation basically proved that everything tasted better in frozen form.  And lucky for us, there’s no reason to wait until next summer to enjoy another.  This boozy bourbon apple cider slushie makes a case for a frozen sip that’s perfect for fall.  

I first saw this recipe by Chef Kelly Fields, and I knew I wanted to put my own spin on this fun way to enjoy one of my favorite seasonal flavors.  See, with my love for fall, comes my love for cider.  And when it comes to cider, I like it hot, I like it cold and I like it boozy.  To my delight, this bourbon apple cider slushie goes down easy while it’s still a tad hot here in the A, all while getting me all too excited for sweater season.

Whenever I make apple cider (hot or cold), I always make it from Williams Sonoma’s five apple cider concentrate for the most intense, and best flavor.  I’ve been drinking it for years and I promise it’s so worth the splurge .  For the slushie itself it’s pretty simple after that; freeze your apple cider concerntrate with apple juice (50/50) in large ice cube trays for at least 8-10 hours.  Once frozen, toss your cider ice cubes into a blender, add your favorite bourbon and blend for that slushie consistency.  Pour the slushies into mason jars to serve, and enjoy!  That’s it!  I mean how easy is that?  So tell me, will you be happening on the cider slushie train?  Truly, MKR

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The Boozy Bourbon Apple Cider Slushie
Serves 4
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 3 cups apple cider concentrate
  2. 3 cups apple juice
  3. 2 cups bourbon
Instructions
  1. Mix concentrate and apple juice together, pour int your ice cube trays of choice and freeze.
  2. Once frozen, add to blender and blend with bourbon.
  3. Pour and enjoy@
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