Pimped-up Prosecco

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Serves 6

  • 1 bottle Prosecco

  • juice of 1 clementine

  • juice of ½-1 lime

  • 1 good squeeze pomegranate juice

  • ½ passionfruit, flesh of

  • juice of ¼ grapefruit

  • 1 good splash elderflower or blackcurrant cordial

Pop a mixture of champagne flutes and saucers into the freezer about an hour before you need them so that they're lovely and cold.



When you're ready to serve, start squeezing the fruit juice into the chilled glasses, and adding cordial to some of the others, then top up with Prosecco and serve! Play around with different combinations, add bits of fruit to the glasses, whatever you like…

Nutritional Information

Pimped-up Prosecco

With fresh fruit juices

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The easiest Prosecco cocktails ever! Mix it up with your favourite fruits, juices and flavour combos
Serves 6
10m (plus freezing time)
Super easy
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"I get the Prosecco chilling in the fridge, and halve citrus and other fruits before guests arrive," says Jamie. "This means everyone can just squeeze their favourite juice into a glass and top it up with some fizz."

Pop a mixture of champagne flutes and saucers into the freezer about an hour before you need them so that they're lovely and cold.

When you're ready to serve, start squeezing the fruit juice into the chilled glasses, and adding cordial to some of the others, then top up with Prosecco and serve! Play around with different combinations, add bits of fruit to the glasses, whatever you like…

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Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 100 5%
  • Carbs 8.4g 3%
  • Sugar 8.4g 9%
  • Fat 0g 0%
  • Saturates 0g 0%
  • Protein 0.5g 1%
Of an adult's reference intake

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