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Say Cheers with a POMosa!

Tis the Season right?
Many of us have a pretty busy social calendar this time of year…I know ours gets filled up, mostly with activities for the kids, but there is always a much welcomed adult get together to look forward to. If you are entertaining at home, or want to bring a fun cocktail to your next party, try these! They are so easy and just delicious. They are made with Prosecco (or any dry Champagne), a bit of POM Pomegranate juice and a squeeze of fresh orange.POMosas

Prosecco or any dry Champagne
POM Pomogranate Juice
Orange, sliced, then quartered

Pour approximately 1/4 cup of POM juice into bottom of champagne flute. Top with champagne, then squeeze your orange and drop it into drink for garnish!



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22 comments on “Say Cheers with a POMosa!”

  1. I’m so excited to have came across your blog. I can’t wait to try some of your recipes. I wish I would have saw that Thanksgiving stuffing before Thanksgiving. It looks so good.

  2. What a great fun party recipe! I am making your little meatball soup right now and it smells out of this world!

  3. How fun! I love the idea. 😀

  4. What a fun idea! I love cocktails that aren’t toooo fruity but sweet enough.

  5. I’ll raise my glass to this! Nice.

  6. This is one of my favorite drinks, but I top it with pom seeds instead of orange. Great minds think alike!

  7. I will be trying this. I love pomogranate martinis.

  8. I had a pomegranate mimosa the other day and it was delicious! Great easy party recipe.

  9. These look so festive! I’ll definitely be giving this a try during the holiday season!

  10. Awesome! Perfect for entertaining I would think. Did I mention, I love your new blog header?

  11. Love these, Aggie 🙂

  12. mmmm.those look like somthing I would get a bit silly on!!!!

  13. Cheers to you:)

  14. We must have been on the same wave-length- this looks so superb! I love pomegranate anything.

  15. I love anything with pomegranate. Have you tried Pama liqueur yet? Tasty stuff!

  16. Sounds delicious Aggie. 🙂

  17. Sounds like it’s time to invite folks over some Christmas cheer! Looks so good.

  18. Those look fantastic!

  19. Anytime I can have some Prosecco is a perfect time. I love the stuff. I just might try this.
    Are you entering in the POM recipe contest?

  20. Those look tasty and tempting. A nice holiday drink.

  21. That sounds good…I love mimosas and they would probably be really good with pomegranate juice.

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