Blackberry Kiwi Mocktail

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For those of you who are still sticking to your diets and your healthy resolutions, we’re bringing back another mocktail this week: Blackberry Kiwi Mocktail.  This yummy little mocktail is a light, refreshing, fun drink to serve anytime of the year.  The fresh zest of blackberries, kiwi and mint flavors are a perfect combination for a little pick me up.

To make the spritzer you will need to plan ahead a bit by making some mint simple syrup. You are going to follow our simple syrup recipe, as usual.  After cooling the syrup, place 4-5 mint leaves in the syrup to infuse over night.  We make ours ahead of time and keep on hand in the fridge, so we are ready to add it to our favorite cocktails.  Don’t forget that we have a Stevia version of simple syrup, for those of you who are counting calories.

To make this fun mocktail you will need fresh blackberries, fresh kiwi, fresh mint, fresh lime juice, mint infused simple syrup, and sparkling water. To begin, muddle the blackberries, kiwi, mint leaves and lime juice in the bottom of a shaker.  Fill your glass with ice and pour muddled ingredients over ice.  Pour simple syrup and sparkling water into glass. Garnish with fresh blackberries and mint leaves.  So refreshing and delicious!

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Have you been to Target lately?  We found these cute bar towels near the dollar section that we wanted to show you.  Rhonda loves to collect cute items that reference cocktails with funny quotes or sayings.  You can never have too much of this kind of fun stuff around the house ;).

Let us know what you think about the Blackberry Kiwi Mocktail.  We’d love to hear from you!  Have a great week.


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