When it’s pushing 100 degrees (or OVER), there is really only one thing that will do for cocktail time — BOOZY POPSICLES. Truly, whoever came up with this genius ideas is my favorite. Cocktails in frozen form to enjoy all summer long!? If I could eat these boozy popsicles and float around on this thing all summer, I’d be in high heaven. Who’s with me?
9 Fabulous Fall Cocktails Fall! I love fall cocktails, y’all! Apple, pumpkin, cinnamon, spices…!! They’re so cozy and delish. There are also a billion recipes out there, so which ones are actually worth making? Ok, so I took one for the team here and curated the absolute best from around the web. I’m partial to the pumpkin ones (obsessed) but truly, they’re all so good.
Hi all my little Halloween hostesses! So if you’re having a Halloween party, you need to have one of these spooky Halloween cocktails. It’s sort of a must. Unless it’s a kids’ party, of course (in which case number 2 is for you – yum!). Which Halloween cocktail to serve? These are my top 9 favorites. I’m a wee bit partial to number 6 since it’s
I know. I’m really freaking pregnant and talking about alcohol. Since I can’t drink it, I’m at least going to talk about it, gosh darn it! That and share gorgeous pictures of mint juleps with you because as luck would have it, #babypizzazzerie is due on DERBY DAY! That’s right, the Kentucky Derby is May 3rd this year and that’s my due date. Now I
GET YOUR SUMMER COCKTAIL RECIPES! Watermelon Margaritas from ValSoCal Sweet as a Peach Cocktail from Amber Housley for SMP Red, White & Bubbly from The Dinnervine June Bug from Better Homes and Garden Grownup Rootbeer Floats from Creative Cullinary Grapefruit Mojito from Iowa Girl Eats Cherry Beer Margaritas from The Blond Cook Tennessee Iced Water 1 ounce citron vodka 1 ounce gin fill with lemon-lime soda splash of lime juice lemon wedge garnish Rum Punch from Martha Stewart Blue
It might be February, but we are hitting the upper 60s here in Nashville (what?) and that has me yearning for summer afternoons, sipping tea outside! So when Lipton Iced Tea + BlogFrog asked me to create a cocktail recipe using one of their 2 new iced tea products (Lipton Diet Green Tea Honey Ginseng & Lipton 100 Calorie Half and Half – Tea and Lemonade), I was all
Summer is here! It’s time to enjoy refreshing drinks on the patio with friends. I absolutely love mixing up delicious cocktails for backyard dinner parties and celebrations. Add some cute drink stirrers or drink flags for a little extra decoration. Another favorite tip? Freeze lemonade or other fruit juices in ice trays instead of plain ice cubes for a colorful splash that won’t water down
Spring is HERE! Time for backyard dinner parties, barbecues, and outdoor cocktails. We’ve rounded up 5 fresh + delicious Spring Cocktails perfect for your get-together. Try them out and let us know which one is your favorite! 1. Tropical Blue Margarita 1 1/2 oz Tequila 1 o zBlue Curacao liqueur 1 oz lime juice coarse salt Rub rim of cocktail glass with lime juice. Dip rim in coarse salt.
Crystal Light shared these low calorie holiday drink recipes with me, and they are oh so good! I love the stuff day in and day out but you can add a few simple twists for a delightfully delicious holiday drink (without all the calories). What’s your favorite Crystal Light flavor? Set up a “make your own cocktail bar” with a few different flavors of Crystal Light and
Winter Holiday Party Planner Looking for some fabulously festive cocktail recipes paired with delicious appetizers? Got that! Take a look inside this Winter Holiday Party Planner for dozens of recipes and sample menus! And if you like Jack Daniels, you’re in for a treat! I had the honor of writing this Winter Edition Cookbook so I hope you enjoy! More Holiday Cocktail Recipes And for
Birthday Cocktails & Sweet Treats Today is all about birthdays! Enjoy this recipe for a White Chocolate Martini and easy whoopie pies that make delicious birthday treats! Recently I came across this quote: “When we engage in what we are naturally suited to do, our work takes on the quality of play and it is play that stimulates creativity.” – Linda Naiman Oh how true