Apple Pie Schnapps

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Serves: 2 1/2 gallons


1 gal apple juice
1 gal apple cider (the kind in the refrigerator section)
1 1/2 c sugar (im pretty sure he adds 2 cups)
3 stick long cinnamon sticks
1 l everclear (corn whiskey)

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Brenda Broadfoot Recipe
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Tecumseh, NE (pop. 1,677)
Member Since Dec 2010
Brenda's notes for this recipe:
Keith (My hubby) made this for Christmas and new years.... it never makes it pass the first night!! It goes down smooth and truly taste like apple pie!!
If you drink this could its great for shots.... if you drink it warm its a little potant and is great for a sipper.
Wish I had pictures of the finish product but by the time I think to take a picture its all gone!!
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bring to a boil the apple juice, apple cider, cinnamon sticks and sugar. Stir till sugar dissolves.
Once mix is boiling let boil for 5 minutes or so then remove from heat. Let cool to room temp. Then add Liter of Everclear and stir. Remember its deliciously stronger when not chilled but watch out because when it is chilled it dangerously delicious!
place in empty wine bottles or whatever you have with one cinnamon stick per container, if you have more than 3 containers just break them in half. When we first made this we just used the juice containers and a glass jar. Then Friends gave us Empty Grey Goose and X Rated bottles so now we use them and wash reuse them.

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user Thea Pappalardo Sassy01 - Jan 20, 2011
This sounds like it will warm the innards! lol My son makes something similar with rum. I think his is a little tamer.
user Brenda Broadfoot luvintherecipes - Jan 20, 2011
It most definitely does!! curious about the rum does he use a liter to 2 gallons juice and cider?
user Thea Pappalardo Sassy01 - Jan 20, 2011
I'm not sure-I'll have to check with him.
user linda pedery lpedery - May 12, 2011
Does this need to be refrigerated?
user Brenda Broadfoot luvintherecipes - May 12, 2011
Im not sure, but its better chilled and we normally keep it in the fridge IF we have any left at the end of the party.

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