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Fireball Caramel Apple Floats

Fireball Whisky is one of my favorites, especially when we’re talking fall. Whisky with the most perfect undertones of cinnamon! I love drinking it and I love cooking with it! So, with September creeping in, I knew I wanted to make these Fireball Caramel Apple Floats!

They are very, very easy to do! All you need for these boozy treats are Fireball Whisky, Vanilla Ice Cream, Caramel, and Apple Cider..

Fireball Caramel Apple Floats

Start with a big old glass, add two-three scoops of vanilla ice cream.

Next, add about a half a cup of apple cider. Pour the cider

And now most importantly add the Fireball! I did about a shot in each. You can make it weaker or stronger depending on how you like it.

You can even substitute the Apple Cider for Hard Apple Cider if you wish!

The final touch is caramel! Drizzle on a nice helping of caramel and garnish with an apple slice.

Fireball Caramel Apple Floats

Print Recipe


  • 2 oz. Fireball Whisky
  • 1/2 Cup Apple Cider
  • 1 Tbsp Caramel
  • 2 Scoops Vanilla Bean Ice Cream



In a tall glass add 2 scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream.


Next, add 1-2 ounces of Fireball Whisky.


Fill with Apple Cider.


Drizzle generously with Caramel!

Looking for more Fireball recipes? Check out these equally easy & amazing Fireball Glazed Fried Apples .

Cocktails/ Culinary Tales

Bourbon Apple Smash

Bourbon is a type of American Whiskey. It’s typically aged for over two years in oak barrels and made mostly from Corn. I love using it in fall cocktails, because it pairs so well with fruits without going overly sweet! This Bourbon Apple Smash contains bourbon, vanilla, hard cider, and fresh apples. It’s sweet and warm with a little spice!

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Cocktails/ Culinary Tales

Fresh Blueberry Sangria

What better way to send the summer off with a bang, than a nice fresh sangria. I’ve always loved sangria. Recently on my trip to Florida it became my drink of choice. Mainly because almost every restaurant and bar had a fantastic fresh version! One of my favorites was at a little bar and restaurant called The Salty Pelican. It has a great view of the water & an abundance of laid-back charm! They make theirs with muddled blackberries. This inspired my drink for today! I could not find blackberries that met my standards so i’m using fresh blueberries, alongside oranges, limes, lemons, & apples.

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