Five Fruity Cocktails to Welcome the New Year

Five Fruity Cocktails to Welcome the New Year

Five Fruity Cocktails for any time of the year, but how appropriate for NYE...get mixing. You cannot have too many cocktail recipes up your sleeve!

In the spirit of the season I thought we would pull together some of the best...five killer cocktails/mocktails that you can have on hand for the festivities that are just around the corner. Get mixing kids...it’s going to be a great 2017 and to see 2016 out, you are going to need at least one of these...with or without alcohol of choice!!

FIVE...Strawberry Vanilla Shrub

This recipe takes a couple of days, and is completely Thermomix free...if you want. You can use any fruit of choice...and it’s fermented if you are hoping to add more fermented foods to your diet! (There’s the best excuse for 2016 ever!!)

FOUR...Apple Pie-tini

What is better than an Apple Pie? A caramel apple pie in a martini glass. Less calories, more delicious guilt. Pile it on!

THREE...Pomegranate Sangria

You could convince yourself that as pomegranates are so full of antioxidants that this is actually a health drink. Go on. (Whatever it takes right??)

TWO...Cranberry Spearmint Cooler

Again...cranberries...good for you, ergo, this drink is a health drink!

ONE...Pink Raspberry Lemonade

Last but not least, this delicious thing is pretty, the kids can have it and as you slosh in a great whack of (whatever you feel like) you can toast the new year!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Celebrate the new year, all year long

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Tenina Holder

Tenina Holder is a wife, mother of five and grandmother, who started cooking in the olden days before Thermomix was even a thing.

Tenina has become the premium go to source for all Thermomix expertise and of course fresh and easy recipes that work. Her cooking classes and foodie trips are sold out in literally hours, her cookbooks appear on the Australian best seller lists and her social reach is in the millions. She believes chocolate, butter and salt are health foods. Her food positivity mantra is, eat everything, just not all at once!

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