Caramel Apple Martini

caramel apple martini

the chill is in the air and Fall is almost here. As much as i LOVE Summer, I sure do love Fall… gorgeous orange, red and yellow colored falling leaves, pumpkin picking, trick or treating, haunted houses, hay rides, out-door fire pits and of coarse all the Fall festive Foods and Drinks. Here’s a toast to the beginning of a wonderful Fall Season.

this cocktail is Super Fresh, made from Freshly pureed granny smith apples. It totally makes the drink. If you have a fruit/vegetable juicer, it’ll work perfect for this recipe; otherwise, the food processor works great too. And in a pinch, you can substitute for apple cider as a short cut.

the fresh tartness from the apple juice paired with each salty, nutty, sweet caramely sip, as you work your way around the glass.. will trick you into thinking your actually eating a caramel apple.. in liquid form of course.

* can also use a fruit/vegetable juicer or for a short cut, you can substitute for apple cider

granny smith apples


caramel nut

caramel apple martini


Caramel Apple Martini

recipe by shereen pavlides

1/4 cup salted peanuts

4 granny smith apples – peeled, cored, chopped

1 freshly squeezed lemon (2 tablespoons)

caramel sauce

8 ounces Premium Vodka

4 ounces Caramel Apple Liqueur (Hiram Walker)




Place peanuts into a zip lock storage bag and smash with the flat side of a mallet until finely chopped. Remove to rimmed plate. Set aside.

In food processor fitted with the blade attachment, add apples and lemon juice. Puree until apples are super fine and liquified. Remove to a large bowl lined with cheesecloth. Fold cheesecloth up and over pureed apple mixture and twist (making a purse). Ring and squeeze out the apple juice into the bowl. [yield: about 1 3/4 cups] Set aside. {Note: can prepare up to 6 hours ahead and refrigerate}

Meanwhile: Warm caramel in the microwave as label directs. Remove. Pour small amount onto a rimmed plate.

Dip and swirl the rim of the glass, lightly coating with caramel, then dip and lightly coat into the peanuts. Repeat remaining glasses. Set aside.

Pour vodka, caramel apple liqueur, and 1 1/2 cups fresh apple juice into a large pitcher. Stir.

Fill boston shaker with ice and add caramel apple martini mixture, working in two batches. Shake vigorously and pour among the four prepared martini glasses.


prep: 20 minutes

serves: 4

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4 Responses to Caramel Apple Martini

  1. Barbara says:

    You mentioned the apples could be substituted with apple cider. How much apple cider should I use? Can’t wait to try this recipe.

    • Tweet-N-Eats says:

      You can substitute for the same amount but please keep in mind, the freshly squeezed apple makes it taste sooo “Fresh”. I hope you enjoy:)

  2. jaay says:

    Hi, pls What can be substituted for the vodka and caramel apple liqueur(non alcoholic pls)

    • Shereen from Tweet and Eats says:

      Nothing can really substitute the alcohol; however, well chilled apple cider with a splash of freshly squeezed lemon, along with the caramel-nut rim would be yummy.

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