2 Ingredient Cran-Apple Martini: Easy as mixing cranberry juice with apple vodka, this martini recipe can be served in a pinch, and has flavors that are perfect ANY time of year!
Now you know that the ONLY recipes you’ll find here on Fantabulosity, are quick and easy. Well alcoholic beverages and cocktails around here, are NO different.
When I can come up with a drink that takes little skill but is BIG in flavor, then I add it to my mental cocktail cookbook.
Cranberry Apple Martini – Only 2 Ingredients
Staring at the big container of cranberry juice left over from a previous recipe in my refrigerator, it was time to experiment.
I was pleasantly surprised when I found the green apple vodka in my cabinet because a cran-apple cocktail sounded perfect for the holiday season!
But after taste testing this refreshing martini, I realized that this combo would be crazy delicious ANY time of year! It’s a fruity (yet not sugary sweet) blend that’s great for Spring, that will even carry over into the Fall season.
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If the cranberry juice is already chilled, just mixing the two ingredients, and serving will be perfectly fine. But if an ice cold martini is preferred, then shaking it over ice is recommended!
2 Ingredient Cran Apple Martini
- 3 shots of cranberry juice
- 1 shot green apple vodka
- In a cocktail shaker, mix, shake, then serve.
- (Shake in shaker over ice if colder drink preferred)
Bulk Serving and Garnish Ideas
So if you’re lacking bartender skills like myself, don’t fret. You can whip up this 2 ingredient drink recipe in no time, and impress yourself and your guests!
To add a bit of flair to the cocktail, feel free to garnish with an apple slice (round & flat), cranberries, sugared cranberries, a lime (for a touch of green for the holiday season), or a cinnamon stick for the Fall season!
Go ahead and double, triple, quadruple, or make a big ole batch of this to serve at a party!
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