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Summer is definitely on it’s way and I couldn’t go on for a minute longer without sharing one of my favorite summer recipes with you – frozen sangria.
Packed with citrus flavors and a frosty texture, this drink screams summer, even if the temperature is barely into double digits where you are.
These cocktails have been tested my My Official Treat Taster who assures me these are fab.
Not only does this refreshing cocktail taste fabulous, it’s ombre starting at a peachy colour and ending in the cutest shade of pink.
I could totally enjoy this for dessert. I’m not exaggerating when I say this tastes exactly like an Oreo!
So instead of feeling bad when asking for a shot of vodka in my raspberry slushy with an innocent picture of a dog in a hat on the front, I make my own at home!
Are you planning on throwing an amazing New Year’s Eve party and need a hand with some exciting cocktail recipes? I’ve got you covered!
Can you think of anything better than a rich and smooth hot chocolate laced with caramel, nougat and even more delicious chocolate?
It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another drink recipe and because it’s only four days until Christmas, what better drink to serve than a cocktail?
Here’s a Christmas take on the traditional cosmopolitan recipe, which I’m very fond of. It’s one of those throw-everything-in-together recipes so you can quickly make a whole jug of it or easily put it together after you’ve had a few too many.
If you love refreshing fruity cocktails, loaded with fruit and other fresh flavors, you’ll love this – believe me.
The drink itself is colored red and the green of the limes and mint leaves make it perfect to serve during the festive season.
This takes 5 minutes to make, but it will take a few weeks before the flavors fully blend, so get a move on if you want this ready for Christmas time!
This Winter Snowflake Cocktail is perfect to enjoy on those chilly winter nights when all you want to do is snuggle up in front of the TV and keep warm.
Why pay for expensive branded vanilla vodka when you can make your own for a fraction of the cost?
And the subsequent lesson of the day is: Don’t throw all your Oreos and milk into the blender at the same time. The blender doesn’t like it and throws up all over the place.
I swapped the traditional fruit salad mix of fruits for typical fall fruits and added a touch warm spice to make it the ideal drink to snuggle up with on a chilly night.
I got the idea for this cocktail on vacation in Paris when we visited an ice bar. Have you ever been to an ice bar before? They are ah-maz-ing!
This is my all-time favorite summer drink. I discovered it over a year ago when My Official Treat Taster’s sister was staying with us on vacation.
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