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Berry Sparkle Cocktail

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A festive cocktail that's sweetened with honey and a splash of pomegranate liquor and garnished with fresh holiday berries.MORE+LESS-


ounce pomegranate liquor

Raspberries and pomegranates to garnish

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    Combine the vodka, liquor, cranberry juice, honey and lime in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until combined.

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    Pour over a glass filled with ice and top with club soda.

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    Garnish with fresh berries and a sprig of rosemary to give it some holiday cheer!

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  • A delicious and festive cocktail recipe is always good to have on hand around the holidays.

    Something easy, that you can whip up in just a few minutes while you decorate your tree or sit down to watch your favorite holiday movie. This Berry Sparkle Cocktail has cranberry juice and pomegranate liquor... how festive is that?

    Combine the vodka, liquor, cranberry juice, honey and lime in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until combined.

    Top it with fresh raspberries and pomegranates.

    Garnish with a rosemary sprig that resembles a pine twig!

    Sip and enjoy the holidays!

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Berry Crush Cocktail

Do you ever feel like your life lacks a bit of drama? I don&rsquot mean the kind you see in a Latin telenovela. The one where your evil twin sister pretends to be you, pushes you off the stairs and then takes up with your lover.

I mean the good kind&hellipthe kind that makes you smile randomly on the crowded train on the way to work and makes your heart pump a bit faster.

When you find yourself in a relationship that&rsquos lasted more than half of your life, you know it may be time to call for reinforcement to bring some romance and excitement into your life.

I am not sure what it looks like for you but dramatic looking drinks like this Berry Crush cocktail is a good place to start! Masquerade masks and feather boas are optional but no harm in trying!

Sparkling Raspberry Limeade Mocktail

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Make any day special with this low carb sparkling raspberry limeade mocktail. It&rsquos a low calorie sweet fruity drink to help you make every moment sparkle.

Now that the weather has finally warmed up, it&rsquos great to come home from work and grab an ice cold drink to enjoy out on the deck. I rarely drink alcohol, but I do love fruity cocktail drinks. Unfortunately, regular ones are loaded with sugar.

Since I&rsquom not much of a drinker, a mocktail is more my style. And, this is a beverage that I can share with the kids over the summer.

When my older kids were growing up, I only let them drink soda on special occasions. I kept them from soda because it&rsquos loaded with sugar and most diet sodas are sweetened artificially. My youngest child has not had any soda yet.

If I do have a soda, it&rsquos always one that is sugar free and naturally sweetened. Recently, I&rsquove been into flavored sparkling water as an alternative to soda.

The Dasani Sparkling Water comes in delicious fruit flavors that are naturally flavored with no sugar or artificial sweeteners added. I grabbed a few boxes of them at Target this week. You can find them with the other bottled water products.

Although the flavored sparkling waters are tasty by themselves, they can be used to make any moment extra special by adding fruit and a little sweetener. I used the Dasani Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade Water to make a low carb sparkling raspberry limeade mocktail!

It&rsquos really quick and easy to whip up this fruity low carb drink. I just dumped a half cup of frozen raspberries, a half cup of crushed ice, the juice of one lime, and a can of Dasani Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade into my blender.

It takes less than a minute to prepare this tasty low carb sparkling raspberry limeade mocktail. And, the blender does most of the work. You will have to squeeze the juice out of the limes, but I have a handheld juicer that does it quickly.

You could use whole ice cubes, but my blender doesn&rsquot chop ice very well so I like to use the smaller pieces of ice. If you have a higher end blender, it should do a better job of blending in the ice cubes.

Don&rsquot forget to dress up the your drinks a little with slices of lime and extra berries! The added fruit pieces make this low carb sparkling raspberry limeade mocktail look extra special.

Even with the fresh fruit, this delicious mocktail drink has less than 2 grams of sugar. So it&rsquos a perfect sweet treat to enjoy on your low carb diet. And, the added fizz really seems to help satisfy thirst on a hot day.

This low carb sparkling raspberry limeade mocktail is a fun drink to whip up when getting together with friends. It&rsquos also a treat that can be shared with the kids since there&rsquos no alcohol. It&rsquos a much healthier alternative to soda.

With summer just around the corner, I grabbed several boxes of Dasani Sparkling Water so I&rsquoll have them on hand. I bought a box of each flavor to mix it up. The raspberry lemonade and pineapple are the latest flavors. It&rsquos also available in lime, berry and black cherry. I&rsquoll be keeping these chilled in our spare fridge for when friends and family pop in.

If you enjoy drinks that sparkle, be sure to visit Dasani Sparkling Water to find more simple recipes. And if you want a real cocktail, check out my keto skinny margarita.

Rosé Berry Bliss

You will only need four ingredients for the rosé berry bliss punch and it can be mixed up just an hour before serving. It's a delightful drink that's perfect for brunch or a small celebration.

The punch gets a lively flavor with a combination of frozen blueberries and pink lemonade. Add an impressive sparkling rosé and lemon-lime soda and you're ready for the party!

Purple Viking

A fun drink, the purple viking is a simple but interesting recipe that pairs Southern Comfort with an array of fruity flavors. Adding to SoCo's peach, you'll also get a taste of sloe gin, blueberry liqueur, and orange from blue curaçao. Add a little lime and sour mix, then top it with citrus soda, and a beautiful blue-purple drink is ready to enjoy.

FAQ about Mixed Berry Lemonade:

  • Q: Can I use fresh berries instead of frozen?
    A: Sure you can! But I like the frozen because they keep the cocktail chilled and they don&rsquot break up as much when muddling, leaving larger pieces of berry in the lemonade!
  • Q: Do I need to add the vodka?
    A: You can serve this as a &ldquomocktail&rdquo for sure just by adding more lemonade or 7UP to make up for the volume.
  • Q: Do I have to use all 3 berries?
    A: No, you don&rsquot. Feel free to use any combination of the 3 or just one of them. Not sure you can call it &ldquomixed berry&rdquo if you only use 1 though, LOL.
  • Q: Can I make it ahead of time?
    A: For sure! Just leave out the 7UP until right before serving!

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If you are headed to the beach, or the pool, or even packing a cooler for the boat, this mixed berry hard lemonade is easy to take along. Make the honey lemonade and store in an air-tight container, something easy to pour from.

Toss your frozen berries and mint into some zip-top bags, grab a muddler, lots of ice, and a couple packs of summer adorned 7UP mini cans, and toss them in the cooler.

If I am making mixed drinks, or cocktails I need to shake, I throw in a mason jar or sealable plastic water bottle to shake the cocktails on location.

Bermuda Rum Swizzle

The Rum Swizzle is the national drink of Bermuda. It’s enjoyed in bars across the island nation and has become a staple on Tiki bar menus across the world. Swizzles have taken different forms over the centuries, with references to the drink dating back to the 18th century, but the Swizzle Inn, which houses Bermuda’s oldest pub, is associated with the modern version of the cocktail.

Rum Swizzle recipes vary, but most have three ingredients in common: rum, fruit juice and a sweetener like grenadine or falernum. It’s common for swizzles to contain multiple rums and juices, adding flavor and complexity to the drink. That convention is what you’ll find in the Bermuda Rum Swizzle it calls for two different expressions of Gosling’s rum, a locally made brand that’s a popular choice in cocktails and a must-have when making the Dark ’n Stormy.

To prepare a Rum Swizzle, it’s traditional to use an authentic swizzle stick. Real swizzle sticks are long stems snapped off a tree native to the Caribbean, and feature multiple prongs that protrude horizontally. When spun rapidly between your hands inside a cold cocktail, the stick will create a thick layer of frost on the outside of a glass—the sign of a perfect swizzle.

This recipe is made in a pitcher and serves four people, but you can easily scale the ingredients up or down to accommodate more or fewer servings. If you’re making one cocktail, simply cut the proportions into quarters, shake everything with ice, and strain the contents into a rocks glass over fresh ice. While it’s always fun to drink with friends, companions are not required to enjoy the Bermuda Rum Swizzle.

Summer mocktail recipes

Mix up a refreshing, fruity mocktail to serve on a hot day. Our easy non-alcoholic cocktails include cordial, iced tea, coolers and slushies.

Summer cup mocktail

Get into the summer vibe with this fruity mocktail featuring red berries, lemonade, mint, and cucumber. Cool and refreshing, it's fabulous on hot summer days

Goji berry & raspberry cooler

Serve up this fruity mocktail on lazy summer days when you crave a refreshing drink. It's flavoured with goji berries, raspberries, ginger and honey

Watermelon lemonade

This watermelon lemonade looks amazing but is super-simple to make. It's perfect for a kids party or makes a refreshing summer drink for kids or adults

Easy iced tea

Make up a jug of refreshing iced tea to serve on summer days. With a subtle tea flavour, oranges, lemons and mint, it's an excellent alcohol-free party drink

Fruity mocktail

Make this fruit-flavoured mocktail with grenadine and orange juice to serve as a non-alcoholic drink option at a family party. It's more fun with grape and blueberry stirrers that double as a snack

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For more holiday drink inspiration, check out these easy party drink recipes found on Pinterest.

You can also check out last year's mocktail roundup for some festive non-alcoholic drink options.

Blackberry Martini

Blackberry Martinis are the perfect way to celebrate! This refreshing and easy martini recipe combines fresh blackberries, vodka, citrus, and a sparkling finish.

It’s a little known secret that our family claims fame to a superstar. My brother-in-law, Dr. John, is esteemed and renowned in the tri-state area for his exemplary skill set.

People far and wide have been dazzled and bewitched by Dr. John’s attention to his craft and his willingness to sacrifice everything he has…in hopes of making the perfect cocktail.

Sure, Dr. John has probably saved countless lives on the operating table, but his real kudos come from refined mixology skills.

A couple weeks ago I received this text from John…

Thought I would share with you what Julie says is the best drink I have ever made. Blackberry Martini

That is quite a statement. My sister, Julie, doesn’t mince words when it comes to John’s drinks. Failed attempts are never sugar coated with feigned sentiments of encouragement.

Because who has wants to waste calories or spirits on a subpar cocktail?? Not that girl.