DDD #161 – Pomegranate Prosecco Fizz Cocktail & Mocktail

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Just an easy, breezy cocktail for the holidays that I could not get motivated to post until today. Covid lethargy is real!

So – this will be a New Year’s cocktail. There is a mocktail version, too. Click the image below to watch.

Pomegranate Prosecco Fizz Cocktail

Makes 1 drink



2 ounces pomegranate juice

1 ounce vodka

1 tsp simple syrup

4-6 ounces Prosecco or champagne

Pomegranate seeds for garnish

Cranberries for garnish

Mint or rosemary sprigs for garnish


Combine the pomegranate juice, vodka, and simple syrup in a glass full of ice. Top with Prosecco & garnish with cranberries, pomegranate seeds & a sprig of either rosemary or mint.


Happy New Year!

Pomegranate Fizz Mocktail

Just mix some berry seltzer (like La Croix) & pomegranate juice on ice to taste & garnish the same as the cocktail.

One thought on “DDD #161 – Pomegranate Prosecco Fizz Cocktail & Mocktail

  1. That looks rather jolly for celebrating, and one could argue that the antioxidants from the pomegranate and cranberries are a healthy balance. Nicely done, and the pictures are (as ever) very nice. Good to see your videos again. Have a great New Year, and thanks for the blog/videos. I think many people are making resolutions, and hopefully some more veggie/vegan/thoughtful/sustainable eating will be in their plans. My hope is that your videos and blog can help some more people to achieve any measure of that sort of living and eating.

    Looking forward to more of your signature approach,



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