Prosecco Cocktails

I know it’s not my usual thing to share but it’s Friday, the sun is out and we all know Prosecco is the life fuel of many Mum’s out there. If like me you are entirely motivated by bubbly wine you’ll love this one.

You’ll need a bottle of Prosecco, a punnet of strawberries, some sugar, some water and some lemon. I tend to make a big jug of this but if you are more civilised than me you could always just put it in a glass I suppose!

In a saucepan bring half a cup of water and half a cup of sugar to the boil and keep stirring until the sugar has melted. Once it’s melted put the syrup to one side to cool down.

Cut the tops off around half the punnet of strawberries and then halve them and put them into a jug. Slowly pour the cooled syrup over the strawberries and then using a fork or something else mashy-like the handle of a wooden spoon get stuck into mashing it up into a syrupy mess of goodness.

Save the remainder of the strawberries for the second bottle we all know you and I both have stashed in the fridge.

Add in a handful of ice cubes and then pour the Processco over the top and give it all stir.

Put a straw in the jug and enjoy the whole lot while congratulating yourself making it through another week. If other people are around they may expect you to share – make sure you laugh at them before continuing to drink your yummy bubbly treat.

Enjoy!

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