This apple pie Moscow mule is so fun for Fall! Moscow Mules are my favorite and this apple pie version is a must make! Easy to make non-alcoholic too!
Easy Apple Moscow Mule Cocktail
It’s officially Fall, so that means it’s time for APPLE PIE COCKTAILS!! My very first recipe that went viral (and still continues to be one of my most popular every day, despite the terrible photography :) was my Apple Pie Sangria. It continues to make it to our Thanksgiving table each year, and makes me want to recreate it in different forms again and again!
Last year I did a little spin on it, adding pears, with the Apple Pie Punch.
People must love things with “apple pie” in the title…can you blame them? It makes us all think of home, family. the holidays, and great flavors. So I’m super excited to introduce you to the APPLE PIE MOSCOW MULE!!
I just love Moscow mules. The super cold copper mug, the refreshing ginger beer, how very very customizable they are. So much to love. And guess what, apple and ginger are a match made in heaven…so these Apple Pie Moscow Mules just WORK. Such a perfect combo. I’m pretty excited about this one…can you tell?
Be sure to check out my Pomegranate Moscow Mule and Moscow Mule Mimosa too!
Why you will love this recipe!
- Easy to make non-alcoholic: Simply leave out the vodka for one tasty mocktail!
- Simple ingredients: You only need 3 main ingredients plus a few garnishes.
- Quick and easy: This is a super simple but tasty cocktail. Just shake and pour!
How to make an apple pie Moscow mule
Be sure to scroll down for the full recipe!
- Fill copper mugs with crushed ice.
- Shake together the apple cider and vodka.
- Pour over the ice.
- Top with ginger beer.
- Garnish and enjoy!
Do you have to use copper mugs?
Copper mugs are well worth investing in if you love Moscow mule cocktails. Not only do they look super pretty, but they help to keep your drink icy cold.
Can these cocktails be stirred?
These apple pie Moscow mules should definitely be shaken. The vodka and apple cider needs to blend together for an even taste and the most efficient way to do this is to shake. If you don’t have a cocktail shaker, you can shake them together in a mason jar.
How to garnish
You can of course enjoyed these fall Moscow mules as they are, but I love to add a couple of cinnamon sticks and apple slices. Just before you take a sip, you get all of those wonderful aromas.
Recipe Notes and Tips
- You can always buy Apple Pie Vodka for this recipe, OR YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN! It’s SOOO easy. Click HERE for the recipe!
- These cocktails are best enjoyed as soon as they are made.
I hope you love this Apple Pie Moscow Mule as much as the other Apple Pie cocktails. I might just have a new favorite! Enjoy!
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I know this is an old post, but with New Years coming I wanted something new. Do you think it would be possible to make this using green apple vodka and just adding cinnamon or apple pie spices in a jar?
I think it could work, but it would definitely not be as apple-y! You could try regular apple juice instead of cider!
Excited to make this! How many ounce ginger beer should be used?
Thank you for sharing! Where do you find the apple pie vodka? I’ve had a challenging time finding this.
We just get it at our local grocery store, Pearl, Firefly, and Ole Smoky all have versions. Smirnoff has an Apple Vodka that would work well. You can also try our easy Homemade Apple Pie Vodka!
Is it the non-alcoholic ginger beer you are adding – or the actual ginger beer?
Hey Amy. I used non-alcoholic ginger beer. Ginger beer is typically non-alcoholic, although there are a few brands that sell an spiked version. Either will work just fine :)
This looks so delicious! I can not wait to try it. I featured this cocktail on my post “10 Must-Try Fall Cocktails” with a link back to your site; thank you for the inspiration. Please feel free to check it out http://livelovedrinkwine.com/10-must-try-fall-cocktails/ Thank you!!
Yum! I’m on a mule kick right now, so I pinned to add to my collection. Hopefully I can try it soon!
Hope you love it!! thanks for stopping by :)
This recipe sound delicious. I have to try all of these Moscow mule recipe. Thanks to share this wonderful post with us.
yum! What a great idea! I was obsessed with the caramel vodka and apple cider two years ago when you made the sangria… I think it’s time to revisit it and buy a new bottle :)
I always have some on hand!! Ha thanks Melissa :)
This looks great for Halloween or Thanksgiving! Yum!
I am an absolute sucker for anything containing ginger beer and apples (separately or together ;) ) so these are obviously going to have to happen ASAP. Yum!!!!
I LOVE ginger beer!!!! Thanks for stopping by Leah :)