From dessert, to some choice liqueurs, I've got you covered with these unique Prosecco laced recipes.
It isn't New Year's Eve without some bubbly and there's more than one way to cheers to a prosperous new year. I love adding my own twists to a good ol' classic staple. I usually work with Prosecco, you know, Italian sparking wine, and because I think every party needs a little effervescence, these are some of my favorite recipes. They're elegant, a little romantic, and they scream festive!Raspberry Prosecco Tulip
This is my take on the vintage gelatin fruit mold, except this one is spiked with Prosecco and black raspberry liqueur. The raspberries look like floating gems on the very top, and you can even swap them out for blackberries or strawberries. Have your bubbly and eat it, too!Lemon-Hazelnut Spritz
It doesn't get any easier than this. I like to think this is the best of Italy colliding into a perfectly light and refreshing cocktail. With some Prosecco to fit our theme, and a bit of Frangelico, a hazelnut liqueur, to add some nuttiness and depth, you've got a delicious spritz to pair with a decadent dessert. It's all about balance!Prosecco Float
The adult version of an ice cream float. Yes, this is real...and delicious! Using a champagne flute or tall glass, you'll combine any small berries of your choice, some Prosecco, and gelato. The key layering here: orange liqueur for a citrus kick and a hint of sweetness brought to you by agave. It's the balanced dessert you've always wanted.Jam Cocktail
I love a colorful table, and that goes for cocktails as well. Instead of making your own blend of fruits to add to your Prosecco, grab some jam to make your life easier. I clearly love raspberries during the holidays because of the gorgeous pop of red, but use whatever you have in your fridge. For a fun mocktail, swap out the bubbly for some club soda. You can present this is a build-your-own-cocktail bar for your guests. It looks beautiful, and everyone can get as fruity or as bubbly as they want!