Pom & Prosecco Cocktails

Merry Christmas!!

*This is a repost from last New Years and well, it’s rather fitting again this year! I currently do not have the Prosecco, but DO have 4 now 6 bottles of Champagne in the freezer fridge (2 Moet, 3 Cuerve and 1 less expensive brand, NOT Korbel!)  Seriously, this is what I will most likely be drinking on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve!  Definitely on New Years Eve since I figured I’m starting another round of Whole30 on Friday and I sure as hell do NOT want to be hungover!  I have 6 bottles of champagne which should be more than adequate for the dinner toastings, the mimosas AND the midnight toast … if necessary and see it on sale, will buy a few more bottles of Prosecco (if it’s on sale). I DO have the POM so that’s not a problem!

Let’s face it … on a whim, I will sometimes buy things spontaneously, with good intentions … just like when I bought 2 bottles of Prosecco a few months back. By the time I got around to wanting to use them, I couldn’t remember just what the heck I had planned!

This could be why I really need to do the Pantry Challenge and stick with it this January! **2016 is a Whole30 Challenge … lets hope there are a few items in the pantry to be used!!**


So, I had these two bottles of POM I got from Costco (which I justify in saying they were a GREAT deal and a healthy juice option) … the kids have been chugging a little here, a little there, I had a splash with some vodka a few weeks ago … but otherwise, what the heck was the ORIGINAL reason I bought them? I still have one bottle, half full …

It was 82 degrees New Years Eve day with a low of 76 that night 

Ah HAH! Then I remembered …

1 champagne flute (well, rather, however many participates there are, in my case, ONE!)
fill flute 1/3 with POM juice
Fill close to top with the Prosecco
Arils (the seeds from the pomegrante)- totally optional but so wish I had them to do so!

Looking forward to sharing with some of these GREAT Parties … go check them out!
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