This Mother’s Day, show the mothers in your life just how much you love them! Prepare a refreshing cocktail for Mom to go with your Mother’s Day celebrations. Whether you’re celebrating at home, with a few friends or relatives, or celebrating over video chat let’s all raise a glass to our great mothers!

 

Blackberry Vanilla Cocktail Float (serves 4)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Blackberry Syrup: Place berries, sugar, and water to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Stir occasionally and cook for 10-15 minutes. Strain and press through a fine mesh sieve into small bowl and allow to completely cool.
  2. Mix club soda with blackberry syrup. Add 1 scoop of ice cream into each glass and pour 2oz gin into each glass. Top with blackberry soda. Add extra blackberry and rosemary for garnish.

(SOURCELark & Linen )

 

Kentucky Lemonade (serves 8)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Add sugar and water to  a small saucepan over MED heat and heat until sugar dissolves and mixture is clear. Allow to simmer for 1-2 minutes
  2. Add bourbon, lemon juice, and mint leaves to sugar water mixture and let cool. Once cool, pour through a strainer into a pitcher and add ginger ale. Stir until combined. Add ice and serve.

(SOURCE: The Chunky Chef)

Strawberry Wine Punch (serves 8)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Add wine and daiquiri mix to a pitcher. Pour and stir in soda.
  2. Add ice to glass before pouring and garnish with a strawberry.

(SOURCE: Miss in the Kitchen)

 

Coconut Mojito (serves 1)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Add stevia (or sugar), mint leaves and juice from half of the lime to a 12oz glass. Muddle the mint.
  2. Add coconut rum and stir. Fill glass with ice and top with seltzer water. Garnish with lime slice.

(SOURCE: Nutmeg Nanny)

 

Frozen Pineapple Margarita (serves 4)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Add tequila, triple sec, frozen pineapple, orange juice and lime juice to a blender and blend until smooth. (If it looks too thick, add 1/4 c more orange juice.
  2. Add sugar or salt to a small dish, wet rims of glasses and dip rims into sugar or salt to cover rims. Garnish with an orange or lime wedge.

(SOURCE: The Happier Homemaker )