When it’s hot outside, you want something refreshing to help you cool off. Even better is when you can make a nice cool drink with fresh fruit. So why not try a blueberry fizz mocktail? Blueberries are both delicious and nutritious. In the summer months, you can easily find fresh ones at your local farmers markets and stores. If you can’t get fresh blueberries, try it with frozen blueberries. Some people like to add other flavors as well. Continue reading “Refreshing Blueberry Fizz Mocktail”
There’s just something about relaxing with a refreshing martini at the end of a long day, or while hanging out with friends. And a pink martini is a really pretty one. So at your next gathering, why not try this Pink Grapefruit Martini recipe? Kids, or people who choose to not indulge, will enjoy the mocktail version. You could even serve them with your family dinner. I just have visions of sitting out on the deck, poolside, or even at a fun picnic. Continue reading “Indulge in a Pink Grapefruit Martini with Mocktail Version”
Okay, I am calling the peppermint martini a holiday cocktail, but I have been known to sip on this even in the summer. The cool minty flavor tastes really good when it’s really hot out, as well as keeping you warm when it’s frigid outside. (Can we say negative windchill temps today as I am writing this? *cry*) And of course you can make it super festive with a crushed candy cane rim. (Remember to stock up at all of those after-Christmas sales!)
Yield: 1 cocktail
Time to Prepare: 10 minutes
Peppermint Martini Recipe Ingredients:
The fall and winter holiday season is a great time to take your cocktails to the next level. Mimosas are a particular brunch favorite, be it the holidays or other special occasion. Technically a mimosa has to be have some kind of a citrus-based juice with the sparkling wine or champagne. We’re going to fudge the definition a bit with cranberry mimosa recipes. Bars, restaurants, and even your kitchen often already have cranberry juice on hand anyway. Each mimosa cocktail here uses cranberry in some fashion. Which one piques your interest?
How to Make Mimosas – Cranberry Style
If you know anything about me, you know that I love my margaritas. I’m a sucker for the traditional one (made with lime juice, not necessarily sweet and sour mix). However, I am always game to try some new flavors. Now that it is the Christmas season, I have to go for a cranberry margarita.
This recipe is designed for one serving, but you can easily adapt it to make extras to share, or even an entire pitcher of cranberry margaritas for holiday fun. It only takes a few minutes to prepare! And honestly, the garnish is going to take up the most time. Continue reading “Feeling Festive with a Cranberry Margarita”