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We are getting closer to the holidays where it’s time to be sure we have a few good recipes on hand for gatherings. I’m not one who enjoys cooking dinner, but when it comes to supplying a dish or cocktail for a party, I’m all in! I first started making this poinsettia cocktail recipe a few years ago and it’s been a favorite every holiday season!
Cheers to the holidays with this poinsettia cocktail recipe!
I’m a sucker for coconut rum, cranberry and pineapple juice in the summer, so I did a little spin for the holidays by substituting the rum for bubbly. Garnish with cranberries and rosemary to give it the “extra” effect. Funny story, when I ordered the rosemary from Walmart grocery pickup they were out and first substituted me with sage. I’m no professional bartender, but I didn’t think that would work too well. I’ve also bombed a few dinners by seasoning with rosemary, but this drink was still a hit!
With just two ingredients and a few things to make it look pretty, this poinsettia cocktail recipe is sure to be a hit with your family over the holidays! If you are on the hunt for new champagne glasses, these ones here are my current favorite.
If you’d like to see a few more holiday favorite cocktails, head on over to this blog post.
We’ve got the poinsettia cocktail recipe, now what can we snack on?
I forget how many years ago my mom started making this marinated cheese as an appetizer when we’d all get together for Christmas, but we always look forward to it.
Nana’s Marinated Cheese Appetizer
Believe it or not, even the kids love this appetizer! We love it best served with Triscuit crackers, but you could also do it with french bread toast or baguettes.
If you’re looking for more “Sips & Shares” for the upcoming holidays you’re going to want to check out my friends here because they’re all sharing their favorite cocktails and appetizers also!
Their blogs and recipes can be found here:
Be sure to let me know if you decide to try out any of these recipes for the upcoming holidays!