Spiked Johnny Cocktail Recipe

Spiked Johnny Cocktail Recipe; the Spiked Johnny a great cocktail! The spice undertones of the Amaretto play well with summer, winter and fall dishes and snacks. It can also be served warm in the colder months and compliments pumpkin pie and donuts deliciously.





Spiked Johnny Cocktail Recipe

The Spiked Johnny a great cocktail! The spice undertones of the Amaretto play well with summer, winter and fall dishes and snacks. It can also be served warm in the colder months and compliments pumpkin pie and donuts deliciously.

Prep Time: 3 minutes (plus chill time)

Ingredients:

2 ½ cups Apple Juice or Cider
1 Apple, sliced thin
1 cup Amaretto
4 Cinnamon Sticks

Directions:

• In a pitcher combine apple juice (or cider) and Amaretto.
• Place pitcher in the refrigerator or freezer and chill.
• When ready to serve pour mixture in to glasses and garnish with sliced apples and a single cinnamon stick.

Makes 4 servings Spiked Johnny Cocktail

Spiked Johnny Cocktail Recipe; the Spiked Johnny a great cocktail! The spice undertones of the Amaretto play well with summer, winter and fall dishes and snacks. It can also be served warm in the colder months and compliments pumpkin pie and donuts deliciously.


Warm or cold, the Spiked Johnny is an easy peasy anytime of year cocktail you are sure to enjoy!!

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As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.

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