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Hot Apple Pie, when you don't want to bake!

Category: Drinks  |  Permalink

Published: Friday, October 21, 2011

 

Hot Apple Pie

Or

When you don't want to bake!

Yes, fall is here and it is time to relax by the fireplace in the evening with a slice of warm homemade pie. BUT YOU DON'T WANT TO BAKE! Then try this delicious School of Flaunt toddy called Hot Apple Pie!

Ingredients;

Tuaca Liquor

Apple Cider

Cinnamon Sticks

Fresh Whipped Cream

Mix 1.5 oz. of Tuaca with 6 oz. of Apple Cider in your School of Flaunt mug. Then microwave on high for approximately 1.5 minutes or until hot but not bubbling. Stir again and serve with a stick of cinnamon and a dollop of fresh whipped cream!

Never heard of Tuaca? It is a delicious Italian liquor with a sort of caramel-y flavor followed by a citrus taste and a hint of vanilla. You may enjoy it in your apple cider or straight up as many Italians do.

Buon Appetito!

Posted by: Alayna-Zeta
Monday, October 31, 2011 @ 1:33:16 PM

Sounds like a delightful way to warm away an Autumn chill !

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