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Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine

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This post includes a recipe for alcohol. Drink responsibly. Sparkles to Sprinkles and it’s authors are not responsible for the actions of our readers should they choose to make this recipe and consume it. Please drink responsibly.

Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine, is smooth, sweet, and the perfect drink to whip up to impress your guests. Whether you are tailgating, hosting a bbq, or looking for a new drink to sip on, this peach moonshine is the perfect fit. 

Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine

If you have been around my blog for a while you know I have a love for making moonshine in my Instant Pot. The process is easy, and your pressure cooker infuses the flavors for one incredible moonshine to pour in mason jars and sip away. With this moonshine flavor, you get the taste of a peach pie or peach cobbler. Each sip is sweet as can be and carries a little kick. 

Easy Peach Pie Moonshine In Your Instant Pot 

I made up a nice size batch of this peach moonshine to give out to my local friends. It was a treat to get us through this cold and long winter. With each sip, it warms you up from the inside out! Plus the fresh peach flavor gives you hope for a warm spring that will be arriving hopefully sooner than later. 

Moonshine Flavors 

Moonshine can be made in so many creative flavors. I was just watching on Moonshiners the show last night how they were testing sweet potatoes, molasses, and even cane sugar. Some were a fail, and others were a success. Here are some of my favorites that I have made so far in my Instant Pot.

How To Make Moonshine

Just start by warming up your peach mixture, and then pour in some sugar to sweeten it up. The sweetness will help to take some of the bite away from the strong alcohol. 

Then once sugar is melted you start following the steps below to cook your moonshine. The process is really easy, and the Instant Pot cuts out hours of cook time which is always a huge winner. 

How Do You Drink Moonshine 

Moonshine can be served in a variety of ways. Whether you sip on it by itself or pair with a base. Let me share some creative ways to serve this peach moonshine up. 

  • Sip alone 
  • Use as a base pairing with light beer 
  • Whip up a boozy cocktail 
  • Gingerale will help take down the bitterness 
  • Serve with iced tea 
  • Mix with lemonade

There is no wrong way to serve up your moonshine in my eyes. 

Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine

If you enjoy entertaining or love sipping on an adult drink, this moonshine might be right up your alley! It is quick to make and will last for a while. Plus, it makes a really fun gift for adults. Place in a jar with some ribbon, and grab some mason jar cups and you have a gift any adult would love. 

If you love this recipe, go check out my dear friends at Bugaboo Boutique.  This recipe was passed down for generations and they were gracious enough to share it with me.  If you LOVE to shop like I LOVE to shop, than you will love Bugaboo Boutique

 

Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine

Instant Pot Peach Pie Moonshine

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes

Ingredients

  • Ingredients
  • 1 64 oz bottles peach white grape juice
  • 1 15 oz cans sliced peaches in heavy syrup
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 1/2 of a 750 ml bottle everclear
  • 1/2 of a 750 ml bottle peach schnapps

Instructions

  1. Combine the juice and the peaches w/syrup.
  2. Add in the sugar and the cinnamon sticks.
  3. Turn on Saute feature to start warming the mixture.
  4. Once sugars are all dissolved, cover the pot and turn to sealing.
  5. Set your pot to manual high pressure for 45 minutes. Do a natural release
  6. Let mixture cool completely (DO NOT PROCEED WITH ANY STEPS UNTIL MIXTURE IS ROOM TEMPERATURE TO COOL)
  7. Add in Everclear.
  8. Add in the Peach Schnapps
  9. Fill a mason jar.
  10. Close the lid tightly. Continue until all of your mason jars are filled with moonshine.
  11. Put pretty ribbon on and give the gift of love this year.

Notes

This recipe can be doubled

If you can not find peach white grape juice, you can use a 64 oz bottles of white grape juice and 1 cup of peach nectar.

Yields 6-7 pint-sized jars

Special thanks to Bugaboo Boutique for this amazing recipe.

This post includes a recipe for alcohol. Drink responsibly. Sparkles to Sprinkles and it's authors are not responsible for the actions of our readers should they choose to make this recipe and consume it. Please drink responsibly.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

60

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 60Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 1gSugar: 12gProtein: 0g

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Kim Angeli

Wednesday 26th of August 2020

Definitely going to try this! Do I have to seal the jars if leaving on the shelf or is it going to be okay for a while? And how long can it stay on the shelf? Thank you!

Melissa

Friday 18th of September 2020

Because of the everclear you have to be careful trying to get them to fully seal. You just want to Make sure these are kept in a dark shelf. According to google, Generally, they will last two years unopened (I am a bit more cautious with that timeline with the fruit in this one. I probably wouldn’t push the two year mark myself.) and about six months after opening. They will generally last longer if you store them in the fridge after opening as well.

Hannah Royal

Monday 17th of August 2020

Can you use fresh peaches instead of canned peaches?

Melissa

Wednesday 26th of August 2020

Yes you sure can. I have heard it’s delicious with fresh peaches.

Debbie V

Friday 19th of June 2020

Just wondering how can you make something similar to this for those that don’t drink? Add ginger ale or sprite instead?? I’ve never made this before and I thought if you made it up with out the alcohol. Then when it’s opened add the sprite or what ever you choose?

T

Monday 13th of January 2020

Do you strain the peaches and cinnamon stick out?

Laura

Thursday 2nd of January 2020

That serving size is 1..... ounce?

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