Thanksgiving is all about the food (obvi), but it’s equally about CELEBRATING and coming together. What better way to celebrate than with some bubbly? Whether you’re hosting a Friendsgiving, traveling a long way to see family, or if it’s just your little family, every gathering is upgraded when there’s a bubbly bevy involved! Thanksgiving Prosecco Cocktails will make you a hero at your Turkey Day feast!
So, celebrate Turkey Day this year with this amazing list of bubbly Thanksgiving Prosecco Cocktails that will get the whole crew into the holiday spirit!
Prosecco First, then Turkey
What I love about this cocktail is how different it is! The use of stone fruit is just lovely, and the simple thyme syrup is a wonderfully unexpected surprise. Plus, it looks just gorgeous and modern! Simply beautiful and refreshingly light.
What I love about this cocktail is the warm and cozy feel of this all-about-fall bevy. The best way I can describe it is like a hot-toddy’s cold perky sister. Added bonus: you can make this for one or for a group. Either way, this is one folks are going to remember! This is what you call a signature cocktail!
What I love about this cocktail is that it is great for a light pick me up cocktail to pair with the dessert line-up at your Turkey Day feast. Busting with apple cider fall-ness that will have you coming back for more, but it is also a light refreshing drink just bubbling with flavor. This one’s gonna go down easy, so watch yourself!
What I love about this cocktail is the use of maple syrup! What a fun play on those fall flavors that just scream Thanksgiving. You could serve this at a Turkey Day brunch alongside a stack of pancakes for a perfect pairing! (Or, even for a post-Black Friday congratulatory cocktail treat!)
What I love about this cocktail is how ridiculously simple it is to make! It screams fall without going overboard. It isn’t an in-your-face HELLO I’M FALL cocktail. Just simple flavors that everyone will love. If you’re looking for easy and satisfying—this is the one for you!
What I love about this cocktail is that it uses Bourbon, so it’ll reel in the most masculine of taste buds! Plus, the flavors are a wonderful combo of apple, cinnamon, and citrus! It’s just a FALL party in your mouth! This is great for groups, can be made in advance, or just whipped up on the fly. Your welcome!
What I love about this cocktail is that it is has that trifecta of flavors that I’m looking for this fall: orange, cranberry & ginger! By using the ginger ale you get that extra sweetness that you want for your punch. It’s a fantastic marriage of all the flavors that you’re looking for this Thanksgiving.
What I love about this cocktail is the simplicity of the flavors. This will go with any feast (ham, turkey, or vegan), and the flavors will sure to please even the pickiest of drinkers. Not too sweet, not too much of a kick! Plus, the cranberry adds a perfect festive pop of red to your table. Just beautiful!
What I love about this cocktail is the fun twist on the classic mimosa! She adds a woodsy sprig of rosemary to adorn this beautiful cocktail, which I LOVE. It adds just the right amount of earthiness to balance out the bubbly. You just can’t go wrong with the classics.
What I love about this cocktail is that it can do double-duty! This is just a combo of ginger beer and prosecco! This cocktail is PERFECT for Thanksgiving, but you can dress it up for New Year’s Eve, too. GREAT cocktail for the fellas, as well! Easy peasy cocktail–a no-brainer for the win!
So much Prosecco, so little thyme…
I’m in love with these fall Prosecco drinks! And, (as if you couldn’t tell) I’m loving those concoctions that are adding thyme this year. It’s so lovely and woodsy and lemony without being overbearing.
If you’re a lover of Prosecco and want to change things up a bit this Thanksgiving, then this is the list of cocktails you’ve been waiting for!
So, what’s it gonna be? Full on fall-in-your-mouth cocktail or simple classic with a twist?
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