HOLIDAYS | 5 Easy Christmas Cocktail Recipes

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Christmas is not for a few more days, but I mean... everyone is already drinking and eating like calories don't exist - I don't care what nutritionists say they don't in December. They just don't. So we decided to compile five of the yummiest and easiest xmas cocktail recipes for your festive and party needs! I don't know about you but I feel like if you serve a cocktail in a mason jar then it has to be healthy... At least that's how I've conditioned myself and I'm fine with that. Enjoy girls but drink responsibly! Love the Stelly team x x x

Peppermint Piña Colada

♥ Handful of ice
♥ 3 oz coconut milk (be sure to shake can first)
♥ 1 1/2 oz of premium white rum
♥ 1 oz of pineapple juice
♥ 2 peppermint sticks
♥ Mint for garnish
♥ Peppermint for garnish

Blend the 1st four ingredients. Pour in a glass. Break up one of the peppermint sticks and put it in the drink. This will give the drink the peppermint flavor and create the pink color as it melts. Garnish with the mint and a peppermint stick. This recipe makes one drink, so double or triple it based on your needs and/or desires! Enjoy!

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Seasonal White Sangria

♥ 2 bottles crisp, white wine
♥ 1 bottle sparkling apple cider
♥ 1 orange (sliced)
♥ 1 apple (sliced)
♥ 1 cup of fresh cranberries
♥ Fresh mint leaves

Add all of the ingredients, stir and refrigerate until ready to serve. Enjoy!

Serves six.

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Cranberry Margarita 

Active time 10 minutes
Total time 4 hours

♥ 12 oz fresh cranberries
♥ 1 cup of water
♥ 1 cup sugar
♥ 4 oz tequila (divided)
♥ 3 oz triple sec (divided)
♥ Juice of two limes
♥ Lime wedges, salt and cranberries for garnish

First, make the cranberry syrup. Combine the cranberries, water and sugar in a medium saucepot over high heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer until berries burst and begin to break down. Immediately remove pot from heat and strain. Toss the berries and keep the syrup. Place syrup in the fridge for a couple hours or overnight to cool completely.

To make the margaritas, run the edge of a mason jar with a lime and then dip in salt. Add about a third cup of the cranberry syrup to a cocktail shaker (you be the judge according to how sweet you like your margaritas). Follow with the tequila, triple sec, lime juice and ice. Strain margarita into mason jar and finish with more ice.

Serves two.

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Peppermint Eggnog Milkshake Shots

♥ Peppermint ice cream
♥  White chocolate bark
♥ Crushed peppermint
♥ Eggnog
♥ Sugar water


Blend together 2 parts peppermint ice cream to one part eggnog. Rim the glasses with with crushed peppermint by dabbing them with sugar water and dipping them in peppermint. Fill your glasses with the milkshake mixture and place them in the freezer until you’re ready to serve. Break the peppermint bark into halves and place them on top just before serving.

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Jingle Jangle Punch

♥ 1.5 cups berry vodka
♥ 3/4 cups Grand Marnier
♥ 6 pints of fresh berries (raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries)
♥ 1 cup lemon juice (about 
♥ 1.5 cups simple syrup
♥ 1 bottle sparkling wine (extra dry)

1. Combine all the ingredients (except the berries and sparkling wine) in a large glass or plastic container (or pitcher). Stir well.

2. Wash the berries.
3. When ready to serve, first fill the punch bowl with ice. Pour a small amount of the mixture in a cocktail shaker.
4. Add about five to seven berries.
5. Top with ice and shake HARD. (Make sure you shake hard enough so that the berries break apart in the cocktail shaker.)
6. Strain into the punch bowl.
7. Keep repeating steps until the mixture is all shaken and in the punch bowl.
8. Top the punch with about 3/4 of the bottle of sparkling wine and stir well.
9. Top the punch with additional berries and serve.

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