Summer is in full swing, thanks to the heatwave England is having! And what do you need to celebrate summer in style ... cocktails! But it wouldn't be me without adding a little sparkle in my drinks now would it? This blog therefore won't feature recipes for any old cocktails, they're Unicorn Cocktails! *throws glitter at you dramatically*
So without further ado, here are the four recipes!
Vanilla ice cream
Horn shaped jelly sweet
1. Mix together the Malibu, strawberry milk and prosecco
2. Pour the mixture into a cocktail glass
3. Place a scoop of ice cream in the drink
4. Cut a marshmallow in half and then cut a small slit along the bottom edge
5. Using the slit, place both halves of the marshmallow on either side of the glass
6. Cut a slit on the bottom edge of the jelly sweet and place it on the front rim of the glass to form a unicorn horn
7. Add a straw to the glass, and top off the drink with edible glitter
Unicorn Tears Rosé:Alcoholic
1. Fill an ice cube tray with water and Rosé
2. Pour sprinkles and edible glitter into the tray
3. Place tray in the freezer
4. Dip the rim of a glass in icing and then in sprinkles
5. Pour prosecco into a glass
6. Add the ice cubes
7. On a skewer place two marshmallows and a strawberry
8. Delicately place the skewer on top of the glass, balancing on the rim
9. Drink up!
1. Dip the rim of the cocktail glass into water
2. Next, dip the edge in the edible glitter
3. Mix together cranberry juice and lemonade
4. Pour the mixture into a cocktail glass
5. Add ice cubes to the drink
6. When serving, place a tuft of candyfloss on top and watch the magic happen!
Lime juice - squeezed from 1/2 a lime
Soda or sparkling water
1. Blend together raspberries, mint, sparkling water and raspberry and lime juices
2. Filter the mixture and pour into a glass
3. Add edible glitter, frozen raspberries and ice cubes to the drink
4. Place a cocktail umbrella in the glass and top the drink with mint leaves
5. Now it's time to sit back and relax with your drink!
I hope you guys have enjoy these recipes, and if you give them a try, please send me pictures!
P.S. although two of the recipes feature alcohol you can easily switch the alcoholic drinks for non-alcoholic substitutes, and vice versa - so have fun experimenting!