Thursday, December 13, 2012

{Recipe} A Little Bit of Bubbly

**Welcome to the 4th day of our Christmas Cheer link up. Link up your Holiday recipes with Natasha of Schue Love.**



Pomegranate Sparkling Wine
Fill your champagne flute with pom seeds, add a splash of pomegranate juice, fill the rest of your flute with sparkling wine until it bubbles at the rim. Enjoy.

They're pretty, fun, tasty and girly...what more could you ask for at a holiday get-together?!  I'm thinking it'd be so delicious to pair these with simply decorated sugar cookie cut-outs.  We use this recipe.

I'm linking up with Natasha over at Schue Love.  I can't wait to see what delicious recipe you cooked up...I know my mouth will be watering!

Happy Bubbly :)
Love,
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18 comments:

  1. YUM! I think I am going to have to try these very, very soon!

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  2. This looks SO delicious... and the pomegranate seeds add the perfect fancy touch :) Definitely going to try this next week!


    xxx
    Jenna

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  3. We make something similar to this every Christmas and it's so delicious! Gorgeous photos, too!

    Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

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  4. Now this is a recipe that I'm going to be trying, for sure!

    May I ask where you got your tunic / dress? I'd love to have my own for a Christmas mamas gathering at our church. :)

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  5. I cannot wait to make these for my gal pals! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. What a cute idea!

    Corbynn
    thesistersinthecity.com

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  7. Looks delicious!! And that dress is so cute!
    Can I be a total pain and ask what's on your nails in these shots? It's gorg!

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  8. Perfect cocktail for the holidays!

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  9. If it's anything like our beloved Pom Margarita, I know I'll love it!

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  10. What a refreshing drink...not that I have had it, but it sure sounds refreshing :)

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  11. You are really turning into an incredible photographer! Love the images and that recipe!!

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  12. This is RIGHT up my alley! Think I need to make this for our holiday party this Saturday! xo

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  13. This looks and I bet tastes sensational!

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  14. i love this!! looks delicious and what a cute shoot! xo

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  15. YUM!! I might try this for New Years Eve!!

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  16. These look delicious! Your pictures are amazing and I love your outdoor set up :)

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