Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails

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Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails.

Happy Monday lovelies. So how has your weekend been? Good, I hope.

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails. December is flying by.

Christmas will be here in no time. It is feeling all Christmas-y around here with our Christmas tree up and all the snow we had a few weeks ago.

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails:

It has been really, really cold around here. Plus the heating has been broken at work, so a chilly weekend working.

Trying to worm through today!! I hate being cold! but it is OK when it snows!

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails. So today I am sharing some Old Post Love that has been updated. I am sharing a few Prosecco cocktail recipe ideas for you to try out this Christmas.

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails:

Embrace the start of the week with a burst of creativity and a touch of effervescence by indulging in Creative Monday Cheers with Prosecco Cocktails.

Shake off the Monday blues by crafting a drink that combines the elegance of prosecco with imaginative flavours.

Begin by selecting your favorite fruits or herbs – perhaps succulent peaches, zesty citrus, or fragrant basil.

Muddle them together to release their vibrant essences, then pour in the crisp and sparkling prosecco to create a symphony of flavours.

Experiment with unique twists, adding a splash of elderflower liqueur or a hint of honey for complexity.

Garnish your Prosecco creation with a whimsical flourish—think edible flowers, colorful fruit slices, or aromatic herbs—to add an artistic touch to your glass.

As you clink glasses and take that first sip, let the effervescence and creativity of your Prosecco Cocktail set the tone for an inspired and uplifting week ahead.

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails. Here’s to toasting to creativity, innovation, and the endless possibilities that a Creative Monday Cheers brings!

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails

Peach Bellini Bliss: peach puree, peach liqueur, and prosecco. In a chilled champagne flute, add the peach puree, and peach liqueur.

Top with cold prosecco. Gently stir and garnish with a fresh peach slice.

Berry Bubbly Sparkle: mixed berry puree (strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries), elderflower liqueur
and, prosecco.

In a mixing glass, combine the berry puree, and elderflower liqueur. Strain the mixture into a champagne flute. Top with Prosecco, and garnish with a few whole berries.

A few more recipe ideas here:

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails.

  • Firstly, How To Make A Raspberry Prosecco Cocktail.
  • Secondly, Not Just For Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush.
  • Thirdly, A Christmas Aperol Spritz.

How To Make A Raspberry Prosecco Cocktail:

Firstly, How To Make A Raspberry Prosecco Cocktail.

Indulge in the festive spirit this Christmas with a delightful Raspberry Champagne Cocktail that will undoubtedly step up your holiday celebrations.

Begin by pouring the raspberry liqueur for an extra layer of sweetness and depth into a flute or other tall glass. Top up with the Champagne or Prosecco.

Next, carefully pour in chilled, crisp champagne, allowing the effervescence to mingle with the berry-infused concoction.

Gently stir to marry the flavors without losing the champagne’s bubbly charm. For a finishing touch, garnish the glass with the juicy raspberry.

Basil leaf and lemon twist to release their vibrant flavours to add a visually appealing touch to this merry drink before serving immediately.

Sip and savour the effervescent blend of raspberries and champagne, creating a perfect harmony that embodies the joy and warmth of the holiday season.

Cheers to a sparkling Christmas filled with delicious moments and festive cheer! How To Make A Raspberry Prosecco Cocktail. So good.

How To Make A Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush.

Not Just For Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush:

Recipe and image credits also c/o Tate & Lyle Sugars.

Secondly, Not Just For Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush.

Slushies’ drinks are not just for the children, are they!? No. Slushies are not just for Summer, are they? No.

Step up your winter festivities with a delightful twist by serving up a “Not Just For Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush.

This unique and refreshing drink combines the sophistication of prosecco with the comforting flavours of a classic summer pudding.

Begin by blending together a medley of mixed berries, including raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries, along with ice cubes and a touch of sugar to enhance their natural sweetness.

When ready to serve, share the mixture between 4 tumbler-style glasses and top up with adding chilled prosecco for a sparkling twist.

Creating a luscious slush that marries the effervescence of prosecco with the vibrant, fruity essence of summer pudding.

Pour into glasses, garnish with a few whole berries or a mint sprig if you like, and enjoy this frosty and festive creation that defies seasonal norms, proving that a Prosecco Slush is indeed “Not Just For Summer.” Cheers to a winter wonderland of flavours!

Fancy making an adult Summer fruits pudding prosecco slush drink? Full of Summer fruit, crushed ice, a bottle of prosecco and a few tbsps of caster sugar. So tasty. How yummy!?

I still love making slushies. How To Make A Not Just For Summer Pudding Prosecco Slush. So much fun making these.

A Christmas Aperol Spritz:

Thirdly, A Christmas Aperol Spritz.

Transform your Christmas celebrations with a festive and spirited twist by crafting the perfect Christmas Aperol Spritz.

Begin by filling a wine glass with ice to create a refreshing foundation. Pour in the classic Aperol, renowned for its bittersweet orange flavour, and follow with a generous splash of chilled prosecco to impart a sparkling effervescence.

Enhance the seasonal charm by adding a touch of cranberry juice, infusing a burst of crimson colour and a hint of tartness to the mix.

Garnish your Christmas Aperol Spritz with a few cranberries and a sprig of fresh rosemary for an aromatic touch that captures the essence of the holiday season.

Stir gently to marry the flavors, creating a delightful balance of citrusy brightness and festive flair. Sip and savour the vibrant hues and crisp flavours of this Christmas-inspired Aperol Spritz.

Raising a toast to the joy and merriment of the holiday season. Cheers to a sparkling Christmas filled with delightful sips and festive cheer! So yummy.

Elevate Your Creative Monday With Christmas Cocktails

Some December 2017 Old Post Love Posts You Might Like:

Firstly, Bring On The Party Season In Style.

A review of Morrisons Nutmeg ladies clothing range here: Bring On The Party Season In Style. So much fun.

Secondly, Scrambled Eggs, Avocado And Parmigiano Reggiano Bagels.

I have just joined back up at the gym and once again I am trying to get back into a healthier routine.

After Christmas, I plan to go regularly to improve my fitness and I need to start improving my diet too.

A perfect after gym workout meal: Scrambled Eggs, Avocado and Parmigiano Reggiano Bagels.

Thirdly, How To Make Parmigiano Reggiano Pizzas Whirls.

Today I am sharing a cool idea for the party season. Parmigiano Reggiano Pizzas Whirls.

These are so much fun and really easy to make.

My children love these. Straight out the oven on to their plates!! Some Christmas party food ideas: How To Make Parmigiano Reggiano Pizzas Whirls. So tasty.

The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin Review.

The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin Review:

Fourthly, The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin Review.

Dive into the delightful collection of handcrafted biscuits from Biscuiteers that capture the magic of this classic tale.

Join us as we explore the taste and artistry that make these biscuits a holiday must-have.

The most adorable biscuits review: The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin Review. So lovely.

Fifth, Pasta Bolognese With Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese.

One meal we all love and can agree on is spaghetti Bolognese.

We also love to mix it up by adding different vegetables to the sauces, a variety of pasta and changing what kind of cheese we sprinkle on top.

No two pasta dishes are ever the same. So tasty. An old classic family favourite recipe: Pasta Bolognese With Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese. So tasty.

Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails.

So what has been keeping you busy this week?

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Creative Monday Cheers With Prosecco Cocktails

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12 Comments

  1. Cheryl
    12 December 2017 / 18:04

    This post made me very hungry (and that prosecco doesn't look so bad either)! I can't believe it's almost the end of the year. Time flies! Cheryl Shops

  2. Shelbee On The Edge
    12 December 2017 / 11:06

    Oh my goodness, Claire, I can't believe Christmas is only two weeks away! The time is flying by and I am completely unprepared. These food ideas you shared look amazing and I need to go check them out in detail! Have a great week.Shelbee

  3. stephanie
    12 December 2017 / 03:13

    so hard to believe that the year is almost up. that food looks so good!

  4. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    11 December 2017 / 20:33

    I can't believe the year is almost over. I'm in denial!

  5. csuhpat1
    11 December 2017 / 18:34

    Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful Monday.

  6. Jessica Jannenga
    11 December 2017 / 17:36

    mmm, Im hungry looking at the food! Have a great week and Happy Holiday1jess xx

  7. mummabstylish
    11 December 2017 / 16:46

    Good luck with your preparations! Jacqui

  8. FABBY'S LIVING
    11 December 2017 / 16:09

    I too love the biscuits dear friend. Thank you for the party. Have a lovely week. Fabby

  9. vanity andme
    11 December 2017 / 15:31

    Love those Snowman biscuits Claire! I totally understand about being busy! I need to get my skates on too. xx

  10. kateonthinice
    11 December 2017 / 15:09

    Thanks for hosting – will be back later to see if I can manage to linkup this week and thanks for your help last week

  11. Tamar SB
    11 December 2017 / 14:40

    Thanks for hosting, I've linked my baked oatmeal (:

  12. Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas
    11 December 2017 / 13:21

    Thanks so much for hosting, Claire!!Hugs,Debbbie