Pepper’s Refreshing Spring Rum & Apple Milk Recipe!

Ello, ello, ello!

The weather is getting hot hot hot and I thought I’d create myself a refreshing cold drink to cool myself down.

I wanted something fruity and cold so I decided to start with a base of apples and ice cubes.

From there it was one big experiment and it turned out really tasty!

I added in some evaporated milk and a little sugar to make it extra yummy and the hubby thought a bit of white rum would be nice in there too!

I’m not a big drinker so you never know, this could already by a cocktail of some kind, I have no idea, though it would be a weird coincidence!

The rum added just a tiny taste of alcohol but makes this drink a little warm and fruity!
It’s not enough to get you drunk but enough for the flavour to come through!

To make it you will need a good blender, one that can handle ice well and preferably has an ice crushing mode, apart from that you’ll just need a knife for the apples, a can opener and someone in need of refreshment!
Peppers Rum & Apple Milk Recipe

Pepper’s Rum & Apple Milk
Makes 4 small glasses

3 small red apples peeled and cored cut into pieces
180g can of evaporated milk
Heaped cup of ice cubes (about one small tray)
50ml white rum
2 tablespoons granulated sugar


Place the ice cubes and apples into a blender and use the ice crush setting to break up the ice into fine pieces.

Use the smoothie setting or usual blending setting until smooth.

Add in the evaporated milk and sugar and blend again until combined.

Lastly add the white rum and blend again until combined.


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