Vanilla Maple Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktails #drinks #cocktails

Vanilla Maple Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktails #drinks #cocktails

Fall is practically around the bend and we're celebrating with a mixed drink! These delights are made with broiled pears doused in maple syrup, Natural Taylor and Colledge Vanilla Bean Glue with Seeds, and cinnamon. We're including a sprinkle of apple cognac and some shimmering hard pear juice to the blend, as well. The outcome? A past tasty mixed drink that is brimming with fall enhance!

The star fixing in this mixed drink is the Natural Vanilla Bean Glue with Seeds from Taylor and Colledge. It raises the kind of the pears and the maple syrup in the most astonishing manner! Their vanilla bean glue is reasonably developed and the quality is first rate – its made utilizing 100% unadulterated vanilla beans! Indeed, even my significant other remarked on the additional flavor the vanilla bean glue provides for this beverage.

Along these lines, to summarize, don't skirt the vanilla bean glue here, people! It truly helps MAKE this beverage!

Also try our recipe Bourbon Apple Cider

Vanilla Maple Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktails #drinks #cocktails #alcohol #fall #beverages

These marvels are made with broiled pears doused in maple syrup, vanilla bean glue, and cinnamon. We're including a sprinkle of apple liquor and some shimmering hard pear juice, as well.

Ingredients
For the Roasted Pears

  • 3 medium ripe pears
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp nutmeg
  • 5 TBSP maple syrup
  • 1 tsp Taylor & Colledge Organic Vanilla Bean Paste
  • For the Cocktails
  • 8 ounces apple brandy
  • 16 ounces hard pear cider
  • ice

For Garnishing

  • 3/4 tsp Taylor & Colledge Organic Vanilla Bean Paste
  • 3 TBSP maple syrup
  • coarse cane or raw sugar
  • fresh pear slices


Instructions

  1. Prep: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Roast the Pears: Slice each pear in half. Place on prepared baking sheet. In a small bowl, whisk together the cinnamon, nutmeg, maple syrup, and vanilla bean paste. Pour over the pears and get them really well coated in the mixture on all sides.
  3. Roast for 20 minutes. The excess mixture will run off on to the parchment paper and may look a bit burnt - that's totally fine. Scoop out the seeds and pull out the stems.
  4. Slice each pear in half again. Add to a food processor with 2 TBSP water. Blend until you have a smooth sauce like mixture. Press this mixture through a sieve to remove the peel.
  5. This mixture can be stored in the fridge and used in cocktails for up to 5 days.
  6. Make the Cocktails: Mix together maple syrup and vanilla bean paste on a small plate. Add some coarse cane or raw sugar onto another plate. Dip the rims of your glasses in the syrup, then into the sugar mixture.
  7. Add ice to the glasses. Add 1 ounce apple brandy to each glass, 3 TBSP of the pear mixture, then 2 ounces of the hard pear cider. Gently stir with a long spoon. Enjoy immediately!
  8. Make Ahead + Store: The pear mixture can be stored in the fridge and used in cocktails for up to 5 days. Assemble cocktails when/as desired using this mixture!
  9. NOTES ABOUT ADJUSTING SERVING SIZE: The serving size of this recipe is VERY easy to manipulate. To make more or less, you can cut the recipe in half or even in quarters, and you can double it if you want to make drinks for an even bigger crowd.
  10. Mocktail Version: To make this a mocktail, omit the apple brandy, and use a non-alcoholic pear cider, pear juice, or apple juice. If using a non-sparkling juice, add some club soda.


Read more our recipe : Pumpkin Oatmeal Cream Pies

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