“When the red star bleeds and the darkness gathers, Azor Ahai shall be born again amidst smoke and salt” – The Prince That Was Promised is a delicious Game of Thrones Cocktail inspired by the prophecy and those characters that may just be this promised saviour. This Game of Thrones Cocktail pairs Honey Bourbon with fiery Ginger Beer, topped with tart Red Currant Syrup and a smokey Mezcal Lime Garnish that you set alight to become Lightbringer and really complete this awesome cocktail. Whoever you think will end up being The Prince That Was Promised, this Game of Thrones inspired Cocktail is sure to impress!
WARNING! This post WILL contain Game of Thrones Spoilers all the way through season 7!
So, who’s having Game of Thrones withdrawals already?! I know I am! 7 episodes is just not enough, and now we have to wait until 2019 for the next and final season?! Not fair! But while we re-watch and re-read the series, I have made an amazing Game of Thrones Cocktail to tide us over, and help us along in theorising just who The Prince That Was Promised is! I have my ideas for sure, and they were who inspired the flavours and spirits of this Game of Thrones Cocktail!
These Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bars are decadence at its finest! Soft, delicious gluten free cookie dough is combined with peanut butter, made into a bar and topped with chocolate and peanut butter combined. They’re no bake, so easy to make, and absolutely yummy!
Okay, hands up if you’ve ever eaten raw cookie dough when you, or someone else, is baking cookie dough? If you didn’t put your hand up, I can only assume you’re lying! Even though we’re told it will give us salmonella, we just can’t resist, it’s so yummy – and hey, you have to check the dough is worth baking into cookies, right? To be honest, the likelihood of getting any kind of food poisoning from raw eggs is very, very low – especially if you’re using fresh eggs. But raw egg is kind of not nice to eat, so edible, eggless cookie dough to the rescue!
These summery and delicious Strawberries and Cream Sorbet Mimosas are so much fun. They’re easy to make, with homemade sorbet, and are perfect for brunch, a bridal shower, or a girly night! Pop open the champagne and get to sippin’!
These Strawberries and Cream Sorbet Mimosas are a little taste of summer, and that’s exactly what we need in the UK right now! It’s the end of July, but it feels more like October – lately it’s been nothing but rainy and grey. At least it’s not been too cold I guess. I think summer might be over for us, but who knows whats August will bring. But, for now, we can at least enjoy some summery drinks! I was inspired to make these Strawberries and Cream Sorbet Mimosas by these amazing Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas from Fox and Briar – make sure you check them out!
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a Rose and Raspberry cocktail, made with Belvedere vodka, rose liqueur, lemon juice, raspberry syrup, and an egg white. It’s sweet, slightly floral, and a little bit tart. This Rose and Raspberry cocktail is an easy, elegant drink to serve at any celebration, or for a pre-dinner cocktail.
Confession time, I’ve never actually seen the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s! I know, it’s appalling. It’s just one of those movies I’ve always meant to see, but never actually gotten around to it. I will get there one day, I am sure. In the mean time, I will just sip on these delicious Breakfast at Tiffany’s cocktails and be happy I at least have these amazing rose and raspberry cocktails in my life!
This is, hands down, the BEST Chocolate Buttercream Frosting, ever! It’s smooth, fluffy, creamy, and oh so chocolatey. My special “secret ingredient” really takes it to the next level. Once you’ve tried this recipe, you’ll never turn back!
The best chocolate buttercream frosting, bold claim huh?
I don’t make that claim lightly, I genuinely believe there is no better chocolate buttercream frosting on this good earth. Of course, I’m always willing to taste test others… you know, to be sure, for science.