Party Panache, Creamsicle Mimosa

How about a mimosa? A Creamsicle Mimosa?

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Come on out on the porch

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have a seat

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it’s a little overcast today, but nice and warm

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perfect for a nice cool treat

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made with orange sherbet

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and champagne

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when you add the champagne

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it gets all foamy, creamy, dreamy

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let the sherbet melt into the bubbly

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sit back and relax, enjoy the view

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you might want to use a spoon

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to mix it around a little,

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Enjoy!

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CREAMSICLE MIMOSA  for a printable version click here

1  scoop of orange sherbet per serving

Champagne, Proseco  or sparkling wine

Place sherbet scoop in a wide rimmed glass such as a martini or margarita glass.  Pour champagne slowly over sherbet.  Stir to melt sherbet into the liquid.  Enjoy!

KIDDIE COCKTAIL

substitute lemon lime or orange soda for champagne

Thank you so much for joining me on the porch today for a little mini vacation!  Come back anytime!

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The margarita glasses are from JMdesigns Gallery

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Comments
13 Responses to “Party Panache, Creamsicle Mimosa”
  1. Joyce says:

    These look so refreshing and beautiful! Are patio and view included!
    Happy Thursday-
    Jemma

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  2. I oughta smack you!!! You just gave me one more brick to pave the road to alcoholism!!! 🙂 Man, that sounds good! I can just imagine that on a really warm day! I can almost smell it now!!! Pinning it!

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  3. Oh my! Jenna, this sounds heavenly!! 🙂
    Kenley

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  4. I will be right over…you are the hostess with the MOSTESS my friend!

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  5. That tray is really beautiful. Thanks for visiting me, and thanks for that recipe, esp for the “kiddie” version, I can’t drink b/c of migraines, so I’ll look forward to trying that one. Take care – Dawn

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  6. My kind of dessert, mmmmmmm….

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  7. Katherine says:

    This looks so yummy! I always loved Creamsicles! What a beautiful view and lovely tablescape!

    Katherine

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  8. Mary says:

    That’s my kind of creamsicle! 🙂 I had a kid friendly version last night with the last of the lime sherbet and diet gingerale… I should have indulged and opened a bottle of cava or prosecco!

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  9. I love this…saw you at Foodie Friday…

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  10. Kitty says:

    Now that’s a drink a would enjoy…something creamy, sweet and refreshing! Cheers!!

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  11. That looks great! Both the drink and the view-enjoy:@)

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