Who doesn’t love a bubbly refreshing Prosecco cocktail on a hot summer day? For this girl, there’s just nothing better! There is no better way to get your summer vibe on today than with this Raspberry Lemonade Prosecco Punch recipe! I’m telling you–it’s dangerously delicious! What I love most about this cocktail is the kick of freshness that comes from the Limoncello. It’s hands-down my new favorite summertime cocktail ingredient!
If you haven’t tried it yet, then you must! Hop on the Limoncello bandwagon with this poolside punch recipe!
Summertime is here, and this refreshing three ingredient Raspberry Lemonade Rosé Prosecco Punch cocktail will keep your guests tickled pink at your next BBQ!
Let’s start at the beginning: Prosecco
Basically, Prosecco is just sparkling white wine from Italy (Champagne is sparkling wine from France), and it’s a bit more affordable than the real-deal Champagne. In this recipe, I use a Rosé Prosecco, but you could certainly sub it out for a regular Prosecco if you can’t find the Rosé.
Next to mozzarella, this is the Italians’ second most brilliant creation. It’s an intensely flavored lemon liqueur that has its origins in the Amalfi Coast. Lemons from the Amalfi coast. Made into a liqueur?!? Heaven. Just heaven.
Easy Summertime Cocktail: Raspberry Lemonade Prosecco Punch
Combining Prosecco, Limoncello, and a little Cran-Raspberry juice creates a light and flavorful splash of summertime bliss. Whether you’re hosting a baby shower or a BBQ with friends, this easy cocktail is the perfect summer champagne punch for a crowd!
If you’re looking for a wine punch for a baby shower or a modern punch recipe for a wedding, then look no further! This is beautiful and feminine, and (most importantly) SUPER EASY! The ladies are going to be sucking this down. PROMISE!
Added touch: You can freeze the raspberries and lemon slices ahead of time if you want! This will keep the drinks chilled without watering down the Prosecco!
- 1 bottle Prosecco Rosé or your favorite sparkling white wine
- ¾ c Cran-Raspberry Juice
- ¾ c Limoncello lemon liqueur
- Ice as needed
- Garnish - 2 Lemons sliced in rounds, 1 pint Raspberries fresh or frozen
Single Cocktail Recipe
This cocktail recipe is for a crowd, but you can certainly make it for one! I used a wine glass, but you can get fancy and use a flute. Here’s how to break it down by glass:
Using a traditional wine glass:
Combine 1 ounce of Limoncello and 1 ounce of Cran-Raspberry juice in your glass. Fill remaining glass with Prosecco. Add raspberries & lemon slices as desired.
Using a Champagne Flute:
Combine ½ ounce of Limoncello and ½ ounce of Cran-Raspberry juice, then fill your glass with Prosecco. Add raspberries & lemon slices as desired.
Raspberry Lemonade Rosé Prosecco Punch
Summer is here, and that means cocktail hour needs a little twist! Splurge and get the Limoncello! You can use it in so many drinks all summer (if it lasts that long). You deserve a little treat, amiright?
Try this raspberry lemonade mimosa cocktail the next time you’re having a long over due mom’s night! Or, if you’re stuck quarantining with the rest of us–TREAT YO SELF MAMA!
BTW: If you’re looking for a fun twist on an old summer favorite appetizer, then head on over to Old Bay Ranch Dip! Add a little pep in your summer crudités step!
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