Cranberry Fizz Mocktail

Cranberry Fizz Mocktail

 
Cranberry Fizz Mocktail recipe
Just in case you were wondering…..

 ….football is alive and well in Alabama.

I completely understand.

I’m from the south where we take our football very seriously.

I was raised on first downs and field goals and touchdowns and two point conversions…..

…..and I once watched a Friday night football game wearing a mum the size of a small planet.

Cranberry Fizz Mocktail

But nothing….and I mean nothing….prepared me for the devotion of the Alabama football fan.

They take serious to new heights.

At Chapel Market shoppers wore their colors proudly with colorful outfits designed to support their favorite team.  There was the gray and crimson and hounds tooth of the University of Alabama and the blue and orange of Auburn.

Roll tide.

War eagle.

I raise my Cranberry Fizz Mocktail to both.

Around here we don’t take sides.  Consider this blog Switzerland…..

….until basketball season starts in Kentucky. :)

Cranberry Mocktail

Cranberry Fizz Mocktail

3 ounces of sparkling cider or ginger ale
3 ounces of cranapple juice
splash of lemon or lime juice
3 tablespoon of sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon completely blended 

cranberries

Rub a lemon or lime around the rim of your glass and then dip into the sugar/cinnamon mix.

Fill the glass with ice.

Add then cranapple.

Add a splash of fresh juice of lemon or lime.

Top off with sparkling cider or ginger ale…..

….and then raise your glass to your favorite team. :)

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I’m so happy to be part of the Holiday Cocktail Party hosted by Beth from Home Stories A to Z.

Be sure and click on each of the links for some fun holiday cocktail recipes!

Pumpkin Whoopie Pie Cocktail – Home Stories A to Z | Pumpkin Pie Martini – Sand & Sisal | Low Calorie Hot Apple Pie Cocktail – The Picket Fence | Mulled Wine – TidyMom | Maple Cidertini Martini – Finding Home | German Mulled Wine – Tidy Mom | Quick Hot Apple Cider – Four Generations One Roof

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness – first things first – this looks delicious!!! But, where did you get your cranberries from?! I have been searching far and wide for the past week and no one has them!

  2. May I start now?? Let’s party! Consider it a Breakfast Beverage Bingeing Blast. Yum!! I can’t wait to get started. I may be cross-eyed by lunch time so then we could start on Luscious Licking Lapping Lunch and that could be caffeine oriented and hearty soups. We could start a new trend. And I completely understand team sport loyalty. Our town goes bonkers — Bloomington, IN — as in IU. We stand out of the way of the rabid fans — you could get trampled. Have a wonderful day!!

  3. Oooooo Looks good and festive!

  4. so festive and party perfect!!

  5. Yum and War Eagle!!:)

  6. I love cranberry drinks! I can’t wait to try your recipe! The cinnamon sugar makes it extra special too!

  7. This would be perfect for a brunch.
    They all look good. Go Pats :-)
    Fondly,
    -Lisa

  8. Just had to mention basketball and Kentucky in the same line, didn’t you!!!! I’ve been teasing you about this since reading your first post, and like Marisa, Indiana is known for basketball among other things:) Take care, have a great day!!

  9. Yes we do take basketball seriously in KY. We are U of L Ed and law alumni…and am for both teams!

  10. Perfect my friend – roll tide – or whatever suits you!

  11. This cocktail is sooo cute!!! You can feel proud to raise your glass to the Kentucky football team… They are having a good year!

  12. PS… Roll Tide

  13. YUM. Just YUM. :)

    I love Fall . . . even when it’s raining!

  14. K,
    I LOVE your ‘Swiss Blog’! If we hadn’t held Auburn season tickets, I would have seen you at the Chapel Market… I was in my Orange and Blue!!

  15. You had me giggling as I too wore a mum the size of planet :) love your mock drink! If you ever need a great mock champagne for 50th receptions, bridal showers or New Years I have on my blog. We roll w Tide mainly and enjoy all SEC football teams!! Especially how well our boys of The Bluegrass are doing. But come basketball only will bleed blue KY blue n will root Redbirds on as long as they are not playing my cats!!! Getting soooo excited about this season!!

  16. Thanks for doing a “mock”tail, for all of us non drinkers l love fancy mocktails, and it looks better than jyst a ginger ale lol…..

  17. Mmmmmmm! Nice & fizzy!

  18. Roll Tide Kari Anne!! You are right, no one does football like the state of Alabama! I was dying to come to Chapel Market, but you know, it was a Saturday during football season… I did see pics though from some of my Alabama blogging buddies~ you were definitely a rock star [MOM!] what a great guy you had with you! XO

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  20. Sometimes a cocktail in just the right colors helps a team win the game! Mine lean more toward garnet and gold!

  21. Beautiful and I am certain a tasty mocktail but, I am hung up on the mum reference. We were at the UK homecoming on Saturday in Lexington and there was not a mum in sight. I and miss and love some of the charm of old traditions just like I love my old houses and furniture.

  22. yummy, yum yum!! This is a perfect holiday drink! And you know what colors I would have been wearing…Roll Tide! ;)

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