Sip Sip Hooray!
Spring has officially arrived, and we’re kicking things off with a recipe for Lemon Drop Sparkletinis with one of my favorite bloggers, Ashley from Sugar & Cloth! We’ve had the opportunity to galavant around together, and she is just as fabulous as her daily inspirations on Sugar & Cloth Today she’s stepping in to share this wonderful recipe (because I’m still up to my eyeballs in boxes from my move)! Read on…
Excuse me, but how adorable is this jellybean garnish? Easy + colorful + tasty = the best kind of DIY in my opinion. Right? I shall now drink all cocktails with a jellybean stirrer, you too? Plus, how delish is this lemon cocktail? Perfectly refreshing for spring. My husband and I love La Croix and always have it on hand. Whip up a tray of these sparkletinis for your girlfriends (or coworkers – hello happy hour) and delight in the cutest jellybean garnish ever. Now I want to make a jelly bean garland, jelly bean necklace, jelly bean ribbed coasters…AAH, I can’t be stopped! Also, can I please have a live-in nanny and approximately 2343 additional hours a day, mmk thank you!
- 3 oz Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka
- Splash of lemon La Croix
Shake lemon vodka over ice, then strain into a martini glass.
Add a splash over lemon soda water, garnish with jelly bean drink stirrers, and voila!
Oh, I can’t leave out this fun little tidbit. If you want to up your photo game, Ashley and Jared just recently launched Cool Photo School. CHECK.IT.OUT. <—seriously. Go make a Sparkletini and sip your way through the course. And the entireSugar & Cloth blog, it’s amazing. Sip sip HOORAY.
Now, off I go to hoard all the jellybeans from the grocery store so I can “jellybean” everything in my life. Jellybean topiary….jellybean wreaths…