Looking for an easy way to garnish a cocktail or add a little more punch to some fruit? Today’s post will help you do just that! These boozy rum soaked cherries are simple to make and delicious! With only two ingredients, you’ll up your cocktail game in no time and maybe get a little buzzed while doing it! 😉
I know that the infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte (or PSL) tends to be the drink of choice during the Fall, but I’m an iced coffee girl through and through. No matter the season, the weather, or the temperature, you’ll find me sipping on an iced coffee. But with Halloween right around the corner, you KNOW I had to up the iced coffee ante, right? I’m sharing an easy recipe for this “BOO”-zy coconut iced coffee, complete with whipped topping and toasted coconut. These ghost cups are perfect for Halloween, but this tasty coffee cocktail is perfect to serve all year long!
It’s apple picking season and one of my favorite fall activities! Besides making pies, and treats, what are other ways you can use up those delicious apples or apple cider? By making these tasty apple cider bellini cocktails!
Refreshing, light, fresh, and delicious, you definitely can’t go wrong with this champagne mojito cocktail recipe on your menu for Oscar night!
This weekend kicks off one of the biggest red carpet events of the year…the Oscars! Whether you watch to see who wins, who loses, or who wears what on the red carpet, I feel like it’s only appropriate to have an Oscar worthy cocktail to sip on while you watch. Today, I’m sharing a simple Champagne mojito cocktail recipe with you. Plus, any cocktail that involves champagne is Oscar worthy, if you ask me! 😉
Serve something a little different for game day this year. Try one of these delicious Bloody Mary recipes and have some fun with your garnishes!
We’re less than a week away from game day and I always like to think of ways to switch up the traditional Super Bowl inspired menu. Sure, the classics are great, don’t get me wrong, but I like it when I can serve something that’s a little bit unexpected. It helps make each and every gathering a little bit different and who doesn’t like a surprise every now and then?
Beer is a football staple. I’m a huge football fan, and I don’t usually turn one down when I’m at a game, but for the Super Bowl, why not take things up a notch and serve a brunch classic? The ever popular bloody mary! It pairs perfectly with game day snacks and there are sooo many ways to customize them for each one of your guests. (You could even set up a DIY bloody mary bar!) Today I’m sharing two different bloody mary recipes with you, just in case you want to try something a little different than the traditional bloody mary recipe. But, if not, I’ve got the traditional covered too. 😉
Sharing a recipe for a citrus sidekick cocktail, the perfect cocktail to sip with your girlfriends for “galentine’s day” this year!
Valentine’s Day can definitely be one of those days that you dread. A holiday filled with pink, red, and love everywhere. If you don’t happen to have a significant other to share it with, there are plenty of other ways you can celebrate February the 14th that won’t make you loathe the holiday.
The idea of “Galentines” day has become very popular over the last few years and I love it! It’s a fun way to celebrate all of the awesome girlfriends in your life and some of us have quite a few that deserve some kudos every once in awhile!
I’ve teamed up with Ménage à Trois Vodka to create a yummy citrus sidekick cocktail that is inspired by all of the awesome “sidekicks” in my life. They are the perfect sip to cheers with this weekend!
It might still be January (for a few more days), but love is definitely in the air! The floral shops are full of brightly colored pink and red bouquets, boxes of chocolates and candy hearts are lining the aisles at the grocery stores, and reservations at the top restaurants are already booking up. For me and the hubs, Valentine’s day is the perfect night to spend in, ordering pizza, wearing sweats, and watching netflix. Does that make us old?
Whether you plan to spend Valentine’s Day in or out this year, there are still some fun and simple ways you can celebrate the holiday without going broke or spending a lot of time planning.
Today’s post is great for the kids, a fun v-day party, or even for adults who don’t plan on drinking over the holidays. These non-alcoholic Cupid’s Arrow Shirley Temples are easy to make, yummy, and too cute!
There’s been a whole lot of champagne around here lately, but really, could there be a better time for it? (Let’s be honest, any time is a good time for Champagne). New Years Eve is on Friday and I’m prepped and ready to celebrate with a few bottles of bubbly, Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper. Those two seriously crack me up every year!
I might also add a few lollipops to the agenda. Candy is a food group in my house, at least until the January 1st diet’s start calling my name. So I’m going to live it up and enjoy all the sugar I want until then.