Prosecco Sorbet Cocktails

prosecco sorbet cocktails recipe

It’s one of my favorite days of the year, New Years’ Eve! I love saying goodbye to the year and welcoming the upcoming one. In fact, the week between Christmas and New Years is actually my favorite of the year. I do my absolute best to tie up loose ends and start the year with a clean slate. Clean inbox, projects wrapped up, and a very clean Christmas-free house. It feels really good.

I usually welcome the new year by myself on the couch watching the ball drop. Wes is not exactly a night owl, and even though it is not very romantic to reach midnight by myself, it is a tradition that I really love. I sip a cocktail, and then go into the kid’s rooms, whisper a Happy New Year into their ears and give them a kiss and make my way to bed.

I love sparkly cocktails. If I go to a nice dinner, I always start with a glass of bubbly. There are very few things that I think are more festive or delicious than a beautiful glass of champagne. To make it even more fun I like to add a little scoop of sorbet to the glass and a few springs of mint. This is equally refreshing to welcome the new year, or in the backyard in the summer.

Have a very Happy New Year! See you in 2015!

(P.S. – I wrote this last year and needed reminding again this year. Maybe you need it too? Or have a friend that does? Feel free to share. 🙂

prosecco champagne cocktails

1 bottle Prosecco
Angostura Bitters
1 pint  lemon sorbet
1 pint blood orange sorbet
Mint

prosecco sorbet cocktails recipe

Add a 2-3 dashes of bitters to the bottom of a glass. Add a few small scoops of sorbet to the glass.

Champagne Sorbet Cocktails

Add a few sprigs of mint.

prosecco sorbet cocktails

Pour prosecco over sorbet.

prosecco sorbet cocktails recipe

Prosecco Sorbet Cocktails

Prosecco Sorbet Cocktails

Yield: serves 4

Prosecco Sorbet Cocktails - Think of this as an adult slushee. Scoops of your lemon and blood orange sorbet topped with Processo. Use any flavor you like to make it your own.

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Prosecco
  • Angostura Bitters
  • 1 pint lemon sorbet
  • 1 pint blood orange sorbet
  • Mint

Instructions

  1. Add a 2-3 dashes of bitters to the bottom of a glass.
  2. Add a few small scoops of sorbet to the glass.
  3. Pour Prosecco over.
  4. Garnish with mint.
Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0g

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Well, hello there! I’m Bree Hester, the Boston-based blogger and food photographer here at Baked Bree. Here you can get lots of weeknight meal inspiration, eat more plant-based meals, and still indulge in a decadent sweet treat. Baked Bree is a place where you will find great recipes and inspiration for your next family adventure.

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This Post Has 19 Comments

  1. Millie | Add A Little

    I love the colour and the freshness of this Bree! Wishing you a very happy new year! 🙂

    1. bakedbree

      To you too! Happy 2015!

  2. Alison Lewis

    looks fabulous!

  3. Amber ~ The French Pressed Home

    Mmmmm! I just contemplated on that bottle of Prosecco at Costco and passed. Guess what I’ll be picking next time? This looks so delicious!

    1. bakedbree

      Never pass on the Prosecco. 🙂

  4. Peabody (Culinary Concoctions by Peabody)

    I just made a sorbet cocktail as well…I’m so all about them now. This looks great.

  5. CakeSpy

    I could put away about three of these right now. Although…I might dance on a tabletop.

  6. Eden Passante

    What a perfect brunch cocktail! Need to try this!

    1. bakedbree

      It’s so refreshing, and looks beautiful and fancy. 🙂

  7. tammie

    hi bree. thank you so much for this lovely post. sorbet + prosecco are two of my favorite things, but never thought to bring them together. i also LOVE these glasses… would you happen to remember where they are from? THANK YOU.

    1. bakedbree

      They are from Ballard Designs. I believe they are ice tea glasses.

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