Raspberry FIZZ Drink Recipe

northern cottage raspberry fizz 2

I usually make this recipe for
get-togethers like
bridal/baby showers, etc.
and love it. 

It is comfort food for me

{reminding me of happy times!!}

It just occurred to me that I could make it for individual consumption!

Recipe:

Step 1

Obtain a Glass

northern cottage raspberry fizz glass

Step 2:

Scoop in some raspberry sherbet

northern cottage raspberry fizz scoop

{you might HAVE to take a spoonful for yourself before you put it
back in the freezer!}

Yum!

Step 3:

Pour some lemon-lime soda {sprite; sierra mist; ginger ale} over the top.

 

northern cottage raspberry fizz

Make some for yourself or someone you love!

mmmmm
Good!

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22 comments:

  1. Oh yea, sounds good to me!
    Why do we think we have to have a special occasion to treat ourselves

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  2. Ooh yum! Will have to give this one a go :) xo K

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  3. oooo, i love those pictures.....looks yummy!

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  4. What a refreshing drink. I just might have to try it.

    Holly

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  5. nice post
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  6. Oh, my! I could love some of this! It's pretty too! Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  7. sounds very refreshing and yummy !

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  8. That is such a yummy drink so refreshing. I love your header with all those pops of color!
    Bristol

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  9. Raspberry is one of my favorite flavors. I want to try it with the ginger ale :) Hmmm....

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  10. I can never pass anything up that has raspberry in it! It looks delish:) I'm going to pin it to save it for later!

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  11. Sounds good to me! Thank you for sharing this fabulous post to Potpourri Friday!

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  12. Shame on me! I just realized when you left that sweet note abt my bathroom, that when I came back to grab your button (to add to my post), I got lost in looking at all the fabulousness that is your blog! I just grabbed it and included it in my post! SO sorry for my A.D.D. HA!!

    Thanks again!!!
    xo
    Andrea

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  13. It would be great for Valentines too! Sounds great!

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    Hugs,

    Kathy

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  15. This sounds so yummy...thanks for sharing! I'm your newest follower from the At Home With K party. I'd love you to stop by my blog & follow along too. I'm actually hosting my first giveaway for a free My Memories digital scrapbooking program, If your interested you can enter until Saturday!
    Sally
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  16. Thanks for sharing this yummy-souunding beverage at the Kiss & Tell party over at my place!! <3

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  17. that sounds like the perfect warm weather treat. and i love raspberry, so i can't wait to try it. thanks for sharing. :)

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