I feel like you’re either team candy corn or not. There’s no in between. It’s strange, because I never loved candy corn as a kid. I always thought it was waxy and flavorless, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve started liking it more and more. (What does that say about my tastebuds?) If you’re on the pro-candy corn train, these candy corn Halloween cocktails are right up your alley, and if not, vodka is involved so what’s not to like? 😉 [Read more…]
If anyone needs a little ray of sunshine right now today’s cocktail recipe will do just that! These blood orange gin and tonics are not only delicious and easy to make, they are also SO pretty! Plus, I know you are all sitting at home right now (or you should be!) so you have the time to mix one of them up!
Also, I need to address that, yes, this post was supposed to be the March cocktail of the month, but I got behind and was focused on other things, like spring break getting canceled and heading home in the middle of the corona virus quarantine. But, lucky for you guys, you get TWO cocktail recipes and videos this month instead! Woohoooo! If you haven’t followed along with my cute (and free!) printable cocktail calendar yet, being stuck at home for the next month is definitely a good time to jump on board.
Fall is officially here, but it’s no excuse not to enjoy the cooler (and more enjoyable!) outdoor nights on the patio with friends and family! The perfect way to do that, imo, is by hosting an outdoor grilled pizza night! If you’ve never grilled pizza on the barbecue before, your life is about to be changed forever! I’ll never go back now that I now how easy it is to make and how delicious it is. (THE CRUST YOU GUYS…OMG…TO DIE FOR). I’m sharing a few tips to make your own grilled bbq pizzas, plus some delish and easy pizza recipes, the perfect cocktail to make for a crowd, and a fun way to make dessert on the grill too!
I’m all about a yummy citrus cocktail, especially in the middle of citrus season when citrus fruits are at their peak. And one that’s easy to make AND gorgeous? SOLD.
Luckily, this easy paloma cocktail recipe hits all the marks. It’s full of delicious grapefruit, is oh so pretty, and even has a grapefruit sugar rim…what’s not to like? When you see how simple it is to make, it might just become your new fave. (It’s definitely one of mine!)
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One of my favorite ways to incorporate some holiday fun is in a cocktail! It’s a perfect and easy way to infuse a little spook this Halloween! But Halloween doesn’t always have to be full of ghosts or goblins. I created this midnight in the garden Halloween cocktail, that’s perfectly posh and sophisticated for the adults. It comes complete with snakes and spiders, because those creepy crawly garden dwellers should have a little fun too! 😉
Chocolate rosé watermelon pops. Yes, you read that right. Today’s recipe is easy to make, delicious, and will make you the star of your neighborhood BBQ when you show up with these bad boys in hand. They’re a “healthy” alternative to traditional summer ice cream, with an adults only twist.
To be honest, it seemed a little silly to write a post about a recipe for DIY simple syrup (which is sooooo easy to make), but after posting a few cocktail recipes in the past, that required the ingredient, I was surprised that I actually received a lot of comments about it. What it was, where to buy it, and how to make your own. So, to make things simpler moving forward, and to prevent you guys from having to search the web for a tutorial, I’m dedicating this post to all things DIY simple syrup!
This melon sangria is a light and refreshing twist on the traditional recipe, but just as delicious and refreshing. Perfect for Cinco de Mayo too!
One thing that seems to help make a celebration successful are the drinks. A good cocktail can make all the difference at an event and really get people in the mood to party! With Cinco de Mayo coming up, sangria has been on my brain a lot, but I wanted to put some summer vibes out into the universe to get those warmer temps over to Utah faster. (It’s supposed to SNOW again next week. Ugh!) So, to switch things up a bit, I’m sharing a recipe for melon sangria that’s perfect to serve for your upcoming fiestas and a thirst quenching taste of Summer too!
You only need a few easy to find ingredients to pull this cocktail together and it’s a breeze to make, which is one of the reasons why I love sangria so much! (Well, besides that whole wine part, which is kinda hard to beat).