MY FAVORITE HOMEMADE COCKTAIL AND MOCKTAIL TOO
Of late I have been about the mocktails (#notpregnant). Following the time when finishing my Whole 30, I have proceeded with my weeknight mocktails and enjoyed some infrequent weekend cocktails as well. I’m cherishing this new schedule, and I anticipate my mocktail consistently when Jeremy and I stare at the TV. I’ve gradually made my own variants of “tricked out” sparkling waters that felt more exceptional than drinking it straight from the can. Also, today I’m here to share my new go-to recipe that I’ve been making each and every night.
In the past I posted my three most loved mocktails. What’s more, I’ll speak the truth—it’s elusive those extraordinary beverages that taste just as great with or without liquor. Extra focuses in the event that it’s light and healthy like the one I am sharing today!
I’ll share how to make this as a delicious, light cocktail or mocktail.
Elsie’s Go-To Home Cocktail (or Mocktail), serves one.
Simply Balanced sparkling water (available at Target, sub for any other sparkling water you want!)
cranberry juice cocktail (sub with %100 cranberry juice if you are avoiding sugar)
lime juice (fresh or bottled is fine)
In a tall glass (I regularly utilize a mason container), include a couple ice cubes, a modest bunch of frozen blueberries, a squirt (or crush) of lime juice and a splash of cranberry juice. Top it off with sparkling water (this flavor envisioned is my top pick, however any will work).
Next, in the event that you are in the mind-set for a cocktail, include 1 ounce of Gin and 1/2 an ounce of St-Germain. The St-Germain includes a great deal of sweetness and flavor.
The thing I cherish most about this beverage (other than the way that it’s delicious) is that it looks REALLY pretty and it’s super easy to make! I trust you have a chance to try it.