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Caramel Apple Sangria Recipe

This week I made my Sweet’N Low Caramel Apple Sangria Recipe as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #SweetNLowStars…. Hope you love it as much as I did!

So…. I’m sure you’ve heard it a few times already, but… It’s fall, ya’all! :) Which is honestly my favorite time of year. Here in Central Washington, the leaves are changing, the weather  is getting crisp, and it’s fabulous. So, I was inspired together a seasonal cocktail that fit the weather and the mood – but made it a little healthier by substituting out the sugar. Ready for it?

Caramel Apple Sangria Recipe

It’s my Caramel Apple Sangria. And ohmyheck is it good. Seriously. And, it’s super duper easy peasy.

Washington apples and wine - sangria recipe

To get started, you need some apples. Of course, since I’m here in Washington, the apple capitol of the world, I grow them myself. :) But if you’re somewhere else, grab any type of apple you prefer from the store. {And be sure to check the bag or label… You’ll often see that they are from Yakima, Washington, which is where I live!} Then get some wine. You can use a Moscato if you want it extra sweet, like a dessert drink. Or use any of your own favorite white wines, to make it a little more mellow.

Caramel Apple Sangria Recipe

I’m always a big Moscato lover. And I do love anything that’s caramel apple flavored. But, I’m also trying to cut down on the sugar in my diet. So, I took the regular caramel syrup recipe I usually follow and swapped out the sugar for Sweet’N Low. Makes it more waistline friendly for the holidays. <3

Apples and wine

So gather up some fresh fall ingredients and get to work creating your own fun and festive drinks too! Here’s the recipe:

Caramel Apple Sangria Recipe


  • One bottle white wine
  • A bottle of sparkling apple cider
  • 4 teaspoons Sweet'N Low
  • 3/4 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon of corn syrup
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • A little pinch of salt
  • 3-4 apples, chopped up


  1. First, chill your wine and cider.
  2. Then get to work making your syrup.... Follow the recipe here, the one I use, because she explains it amazingly: You'll just be substituting Sweet'N Low for the sugar, to make it better :)
  3. Next, chop you your apples.
  4. Now, pour your wine and cider into a pitcher. Add your syrup. Then top with apples.
  5. Stir. Chill. Love it.

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