More

    SUMMER BERRY SPRITZ

    Date:

    This refreshing berry spritz is so quick and easy to prepare you’ll be pouring it all summer long! 

    It seems like such a Melbourne custom to be sipping prosecco over summer and why not! I am going to show you how to jazz up your festive season punch this year by adding prosecco and fresh berries. Not only is its colour theme appropriate but also super delicious and it will leave your guests wanting more. 

    This spritz can be enjoyed all year long at BBQs, parties, get-togethers or just because. 

    You can also turn this into a kid-friendly version by replacing the prosecco with apple juice making it non-alcoholic. Perfect for baby showers!

    You are going to love how quick and easy this comes together. I always have a bottle of prosecco and cranberry juice on hand so that when friends come over, especially during the summer months, I can mix this up in 5 minutes flat!

    You can use frozen or fresh berries but ensure all the ingredients have been in the fridge before mixing, and serve with lots of  ice.

    Prepare the spritz just before you are ready to serve.

    Hope you enjoy this one as much as I do. 

    Cheers, Mrsfoodiemumma xx


    Ingredients

    • 3 cups Prosecco
    • 2 cups Cranberry Juice
    • 1 cup Soda water
    • 1 punnet Strawberries hulled and halved
    • 1 punnet Blueberries
    • Crushed ice to serve

    Method

    • Combine all ingredients into a jug or punch bowl
    • Give it a good mix and serve chilled.
    Previous article
    Next article
    Marie Muccio
    Marie Mucciohttps://www.Mrsfoodiemumma.com
    Food blogger (Mrsfoodiemumma) Taking the stress out of dinner time and  getting you excited about cooking.

    Your feedback

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

     

    Share

    Latest Articles

    Latest edition

    #97 June 2024

    Recent editions

    Subscribe

    Become a supporter

    The Westsider is run on the power of volunteers. Your contribution directly contributes to ensuring we can continue serving and celebrating our community.

    Related articles