Rock Creek Dry Apple Cider
Apple with notes of vanilla and cinnamon, mouth feel is crisp and dry.
I bet you had to adult today. Did you have to attend a meeting, contemplate about doing something bad for you versus doing something good, have somebody come ask you to solve their problem, or heaven forbid have a kid come up to you and ask you for help. Moral of the story is, adulting is hard, but there are some perks. You can stay up late, eat nachos for breakfast and make sorbet with Rock Creek Dry Apple Cider. So here’s to having a bowl full of delicious adult boozy sorbet, whether it’s 8pm or 11am. Cheers to you!
2 cans Big Rock Rock Creek Dry Apple Cide
3 tbs lemon juice
1/3 cup sugar
1 lime, zested
4 apples (for serving), optional
Combine the cider, lemon juice and sugar in a medium saucepan. Simmer over medium heat for about 5 mins or until sugar is fully dissolved. Set aside and let cool to room temperature. Once at room temperature, refrigerate overnight.
If you are using an ice cream maker, prepare according to manufacturer instructions. Place the cooled liquid into the ice cream maker and churn for about 10 mins or until a thick slush has formed. Pour the slush into a 9×9 baking dish and place immediately into the freezer. Freeze overnight.
If you are not using an ice cream maker, place the cooled liquid into a 9×9 baking dish and place in the freezer. Stir every few hours to ensure the mixture freezes evenly and creates small ice crystals. Freeze overnight.
When you are ready to serve, prepare the apple bowls. Cut the tops off the apples and core out the centers using a melon baller.
To serve, place two scoops in each apple bowl (or regular bowl if you are not using the apples). Top with a sprinkling of lime zest. Serve immediately.
Recipe courtesy of Wine, Food & Friends.