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Apple Cider Simple Syrup

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Last Updated on September 25, 2021 by The Noms

Easy syrup to make, this apple cider replaces water in a traditional simple syrup recipe. Cooked down a little, this apple cider syrup is rich and flavorful, and perfect for fall and winter cocktails!

 

This simple syrup is the fall staple you didn’t know you needed until now.  So easy to make, Apple Cider Simple Syrup will be a new go to ingredient for all your fall cocktail and drink recipes! 2 ingredients, that’s all you need!

 

Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table

 

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Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table

 

Apple Cider Syrup

We made this amazing Apple Cider Syrup to use in a few cocktails, like our Apple Cider Old Fashioned.  We LOVE Apple Cider anything so this recipe intensifies the flavor and makes it even more appley! It’s a great sub for just plain simple syrup, and brings fall into it so well.  Lemonade? Iced Tea? Cocktails? Sangria? Yep, these are great ways to use our Apple Cider Simple Syrup!

 

Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table

 

Either way, pair your drink of choice with another apple cider delight, our boozy Apple Creme Brulees!

 

 

Simple Syrup

Plain sugar simple syrup is made combining equal parts water and sugar. It’s a key ingredient for sweetening drinks so that you don’t end up with grainy sugar at the bottom, or in your cocktail shaker. To make this Apple Cider Syrup, we combined fresh apple Cider and brown sugar, regular granulated sugar works just as well.

 

Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table

 

But, the sugar is not equal parts because the cider already has plenty of natural sugar. So, it’s much less than the plain simple syrup. We used 1 cup cider and 1 teaspoon sugar, because too sweet isn’t pleasant either.

 

Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table

 

This apple cider syrup became a lovely golden syrup that we hope you make soon! And, if you just want some delicious apple cider cocktails try our Eye Candy Apple Cider cocktail and our Hot Buttered Bourbon and Cider Cocktail!

 

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Apple Cider Simple Syrup, orange syrup in jar, gold spoon behind, on wooden table
Yield: 1/2 cup

Apple Cider Simple Syrup

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

This apple cider syrup is flavorful and perfect for fall and winter cocktails.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup apple cider
  • 1 teaspoon sugar, or brown sugar

Instructions

  1. Combine apple cider in a saucepan with sugar.
  2. Bring to a boil, simmer until syrup becomes slightly thicker.
  3. Cool down. Can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks!
  4. Cheers!

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

8

Serving Size:

.50 ounce

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 94Carbohydrates: 25gSugar Alcohols: 25g

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