Drinks | November 16, 2020

Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipe


A twist on the popular fruit water served at drink and treat shops.  We have made this Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipe appropriate for the fall weather and holidays, by adding apples, figs, Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup as well as Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup for a tasty water that will hydrate as well as remind you of fresh baked apple pie.

This post was sponsored by Torani. All opinions are my own.

Glasses filled with apple pie fruit water recipe. Drinks are garnished with cinnamon sticks and there are apple slices scattered around.

What Is Fruit Water?

Fruit water is a popular drink served at drink and treat shops that are abundant in Utah, Arizona, and Idaho.  The classic flavor served is mangos, and strawberries, with sugar free vanilla and coconut.  We’ve taken this concept and given it a fall twist by swapping out the fruits for apples and figs, and exchanging the syrups for Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon and Torani Sugar Free Vanilla.  The result is a beverage reminiscent of hot apple pie.

This recipe is a wonderful addition to your next holiday meal! Rather than serving plain old water, try this twist on your water glasses.

Glasses filled with apple pie fruit water recipe. Drinks are garnished with cinnamon sticks and there are apple slices scattered around.

What Do I Need To Make Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipe?

For this drink, you will need:

Ingredients needed to apple pie water.

Let’s Chat Torani!

We have been long time fans of Torani. We have used them in numerous recipes. We love that Torani is made with simple and thoughtfully sourced ingredients. We also love that their syrups mix well, allowing us to create really delicious and unique drinks. While we are showcasing the Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup in a fruit water, it is also a yummy addition to hot cocoa or apple cider. I love that their syrups are versatile and tasty.

Where do I buy Torani? Torani syrups can be purchased at Torani.com. They packaged their syrups well and the shipping is fast!

A close up shot of Torani bottle of brown sugar cinnamon syrup.

How Do I Make Apple Pie Fruit Water?

1. Start by adding apple, figs, and ice to your glass. Add in 2 tbsp Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup.

Pouring Torani syrup into a glass glass.

2. Pour in 1 tbsp of Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup.

Pouring Torani syrup into a glass glass.

3. Top off with 8 oz water. Enjoy!

Pouring water into a glass glass.

What Does Fruit In Water Do?

Adding fresh fruits and herbs adds minerals and vitamins to water and increases the nutritional benefits. It also makes water  taste refreshing, slightly sweet, and delicious!

An overhead shot of Apple pie fruit water recipe in glasses filled with ice atop a marble tray.

How Long Can I Leave Fruit In My Water?

You can leave the fruits in the water for 4-5 hours, then I recommend removing them from the water.  The water can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days. Removing the infused fruits from the water will prevent the fruit from decomposing in the water and potentially creating undesirable flavors.
Glasses filled with apple pie fruit water recipe. Drinks are garnished with cinnamon sticks and there are apple slices scattered around.

Can I Reuse the Fruit in My Water?

Yes! After you consume your water, fill your jar back up using the same fruits, add some more syrups, and you’re good to go!  I recommend not using the same fruit for longer than 12 hours, though.
Apple pie fruit water recipe in glasses filled with ice atop a marble tray.

I love Special Drinks For The Holidays! Do You Have More?

We do! We love adding a special drink to a holiday meal.  Check out our:
Glasses filled with apple pie fruit water recipe. Drinks are garnished with cinnamon sticks and there are apple slices scattered around.

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Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipe
Prep Time
5 mins
 

A twist on the popular fruit water served at drink and treat shops.  We have made this Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipeappropriate for the fall weather and holidays, by adding apples, figs, Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup as well as Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup for a tasty water that will hydrate as well as remind you of fresh baked apple pie.

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: apple pie water, fruit water, infused water recipe
Servings: 1
Author: Kadee
Ingredients
  • ice
  • 1/2 apple sliced or diced
  • 4 figs sliced or diced
  • 2 tbsp Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup
  • 1 tbsp Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup
  • 8 oz water
Instructions
  1. Add ice, apples, and figs to a glass.

  2. Pour in 2 tbsp Torani Sugar Free Brown Sugar Syrup.

  3. Add 1 tbsp Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup.

  4. Top off with 8oz of water.

  5. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

What Does Fruit In Water Do?

Adding fresh fruits and herbs adds minerals and vitamins to water and increases the nutritional benefits. It also makes water  taste refreshing, slightly sweet, and delicious!

How Long Can I Leave Fruit In My Water?

You can leave the fruits in the water for 4-5 hours, then I recommend removing them from the water.  The water can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days. Removing the infused fruits from the water will prevent the fruit from decomposing in the water and potentially creating undesirable flavors. 

Can I Reuse the Fruit in My Water?

Yes! After you consume your water, fill your jar back up using the same fruits, add some more syrups, and you're good to go!  I recommend not using the same fruit for longer than 12 hours, though.

Nutrition Facts
Apple Pie Fruit Water Recipe
Amount Per Serving (9 oz)
Calories 0
% Daily Value*
Sodium 11mg0%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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