Let’s Cheers

Mix it up with these drinks and cocktails!


Let’s Cheers

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Ellie's party-perfect White Sangria is a citrusy mix of white wine, orange liqueur and brandy plus orange juice and sliced fruit.

White Sangria : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Ellie blends orange liqueur, tequila and lime with frozen mango pieces for a fresh Frozen Mango Maragarita with tropical flair.

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A refreshing rum Raspberry Lime Punch makes the perfect summer party drink.

Raspberry Lime Punch : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Bobby throws fresh mint into the blender for his frosty Frozen Mojito.

Frozen Mojito : Bobby Flay : Food Network

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Sunny's boozy Blackberry Gin Fizz Float will please dessert lovers and cocktail enthusiasts alike.

Blackberry Gin Fizz Float : Sunny Anderson : Food Network

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Make a ginger and lemongrass syrup to sweeten this twist on the classic piña colada.

Ginger Lemongrass Pina Colada : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Nancy Fuller's Square Dance Punch only takes 5 minutes to make and packs a citrus punch from the orange juice and orange liqueur.

Square Dance Punch : Nancy Fuller : Food Network

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Food Network Magazine's 5-star recipe for refreshing Watermelon Mojitos is made with juicy watermelon, mint, white rum, ice and garnished with fresh mint leaves.

Watermelon Mojitos : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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With the addition of lemon zest, Ree's elegant Bellinis are full of bright notes and a refreshing flavor.

Bellinis : Ree Drummond : Food Network

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This Cucumber Pineapple Tequilla Cooler is a smooth summer cocktail with pineapple and cucumber juices. It's perfectly balanced so that it's not too sweet. )

Cucumber Pineapple Tequila Cooler : Amanda Freitag : Food Network

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Just five simple ingredients make an Earl Grey tea and Blueberry Spritzer: a sophisticated and beautiful summer drink. The iced tea and simple syrup can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to a week. Keep them on hand, then just pop open a bottle of sparkling wine and mix the drinks when guests arrive.

Earl Grey Tea and Blueberry Spritzer : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Ted Allen puts a fresher, summery twist on the classic Watermelon Mai Tai by replacing the usual orgeat syrup with cubed watermelon for just the right touch of sweetness.

Watermelon Mai Tai : Ted Allen : Food Network

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This crowd-sized mojito gets a triple dose of lime: it's muddled at the beginning with mint leaves, added to the lime-mint syrup, then combined with rum and club soda.

Mojito Limeade : Bobby Flay : Food Network

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This White Sangria only takes five to 10 minutes to assemble in a large pitcher. Take the time to prepare it in the morning so the sangria has several hours to develop its fruity flavor.

White Sangria : Rachael Ray : Food Network

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Hollowed-out strawberries are filled with a Champagne-spiked ginger ale-gelatin mixture and topped with mint for a new take on the flirtatious food pairing.

Champagne and Strawberry Shots : Food Network

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Melissa's fruity Pineapple-Raspberry Rum Refresher combines muddled raspberries with pineapple juice, coconut water, mint and light rum.

Pineapple-Raspberry Rum Refresher : Melissa d'Arabian : Food Network

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For Giada's Ginger-Peach Beer Cooler, combine peach nectar and fresh summer peaches with light beer for a simple cocktail that's ready to serve a crowd.

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Get to know the local flavor of San Diego with the bright and tangy blood orange, the star of this Blood Orange Margarita.

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This refreshing Frozen Grape Sangria is the perfect beverage for a picnic celebration.

Frozen Grape Sangria : Patrick and Gina Neely : Food Network

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Sunny Anderson makes the easiest and tastiest grownup fruit punch ever— and it has beer in it!

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Margranita: Mix things up and serve margaritas as dessert with this icy granita.

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Lazy Sunday Mimosa: Give the classic Champagne brunch drink a pretty-in-pink spin by using a mix of blood orange and pineapple juices — and decorating the glasses with sanding sugar.

Lazy Sunday Mimosa : Patrick and Gina Neely : Food Network

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Horchata, a rice-milk drink, is blended smooth and served with cinnamon.

Horchata : Ingrid Hoffmann : Food Network

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    Brittany D'Avignon

    It honestly tastes like the milk after cinnamon toast crunch

  • JANICE MARSHALL
    JANICE MARSHALL

    Looks GooD!!

Bellinis: With the addition of lemon zest, Ree Drummond's elegant bellinis are full of bright notes and refreshing flavor.

Bellinis : Ree Drummond : Food Network

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Tropical Spice Cocktail: Tart mango-pineapple juice gets a burst of sweetness from nutty amaretto and warming spiced rum. Garnish this with an umbrella if you're feeling fancy.

Tropical Spice Cocktail : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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