Beverage Inspiration From Home

Beverage Inspiration From Home

By: Julia Prendergast

Why not turn your kitchen into a restaurant and become your own bartender?! Here are some meal-inspired drinks for you to test out at home:


Breakfast


1. JELLO Bloody Mary

Start your morning off right with a bloody mary, JELLO style. All you need is celery, tomato juice, gelatin, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, tabasco, vodka, and a fridge.

2. The Irish Breakfast Shot

If you’re not a gelatin person, the Irish Breakfast shot might be more up your alley. Just grab your bacon, Irish whiskey, butterscotch schnapps, and orange juice, and you’re set!


Lunch


1. Skittles Daiquiri

The Skittles daiquiri and popsicle sangria are perfect for pretending you’re having patio drinks with the girls.

2. Popsicle Sangria


Dinner


1. Jalapeno Pepper Shot Glasses

When you’ve got an unlimited amount of time on your hands, you better get creative! Did you know jalapeño peppers can make the perfect shot glass?

2. The ‘Letters to Paris’

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LETTERS TO PARIS 🍷🍊 (Created by: @CharityKJohnston )
1 1/2 oz. (45ml) Gin
3/4 oz. (22ml) Orange Liqueur infused with Thyme
3/4 oz. (22ml) Lemon Juice
3/4 oz. (22ml) Simple Syrup
1/2 oz. (15ml) Blood Orange Concentrate
2 dashes Lavender Bitters
Hot Red Wine
Orange Peel
Cinnamon Stick
Garnish: Blood Orange, Flowers

PREPARATION
1. Warm up red wine in a pot. 
2. Combine gin, orange liqueur, lemon juice, simple syrup, and blood orange concentrate in a shaker with ice. Shake well. 
3. Dress your serving glass by expressing and dropping in orange peels, cinnamon sticks, and lavender bitters. Strain the mix over. 
4. Top with hot red wine and drop in slice of blood orange. Garnish with flowers. 
DRINK RESPONSIBLY!

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Dessert


1. Jack Daniels’ Cupcakes

We may have saved the best for last – satisfy your sweet tooth with some pastries (just don’t let the kids get ahold of them)!

2. The Milk & Cookies Shot

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