Strawberry Muddle

I will be the first to tell you that this is not a drink for the hard core.  This cocktail is for all the folks that enjoy a refreshing summer drink.  If that is you, then this one has your name written all over it.

Strawberry Muddle
Serves 6-8

1 cup of sugar
1 cup of water 
1 bottle of Italian Prosecco
 1. Prepare a simple syrup by combining sugar and water in a small pan.  Heat over medium until sugar dissolves.  Set aside to cool.
 2. Quarter 2-3 strawberries, place in a cocktail glass with 1 tablespoon of the simple syrup.  Muddle strawberries with a wooden spoon or muddler until combined.
3.  Add ice to glass, about half full. 
4.  Pour Prosecco until glass is almost full.

40 thoughts on “Strawberry Muddle

  1. YUM! One of my favorite places to eat in Port Orange FL makes a Strawberry mango sangria that I love!! This drink reminds me of that. Hmm.. may have to try this one 🙂


  2. It's a thing of beauty! I might make these tomorrow for a little girls happy hour I am having! Thanks for the inspiration! I'm getting all sorts of good ideas today from my blogger friends!!! XO


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  4. I love any cocktail that includes sparkling wine, it's always so refreshing! Years ago when I worked as a cocktail bar at a fancy restaurant in Sydney, I used to make \”love juice\” similar to this drink but basically a blended strawberry daquari topped with sparkling. Lovely combo, strawberries and sparkling, keep 'em coming, girl! x


  5. Perfect for my \”cheap date\” drinking habits (cheap as in one glass and I'm done!). And we have a batch of fresh picked strawberries in the frig! Yum!


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