Sparkling champagne poured over some raspberry sorbet and then topped off with fresh raspberries.
Here we are guys, my very last recipe of 2015. I still cannot believe that 2015 will be over in just 2 short days and we will be into 2016! What happened to 2015?!?
I do have to say, though, that 2015 has turned out to be an amazing year for me and my family as well as me as a blogger.
Not only did I finally graduate from MBA school but this little blog of mine has nearly tripled in size and traffic since changing from JenniferMFitness.com to JenniferMeyering.com and changing focus from a health & wellness blog to a food & lifestyle blog.
But don’t worry, I will still keep some of the health & wellness posts and fitness tips but that won’t be my primary focus anymore.
I think I may have finally found my passion with food, photography, and website design and I am so excited for 2016 and all the new and exciting things that are on the horizon!
Photography has become a huge passion of mine and I cannot wait to explore more opportunities and see where I can go with it.
I also am in love with the new food focus because, honestly, I’ve always wanted to be a better cook for my family and changing focus for the blog will force me to get in the kitchen more and test my culinary skills more and more.
So cheers to new and exciting things and adventures awaiting us and you in 2016! I made a special cocktail for the occasion… and another GIF because I am obsessed… this gorg raspberry sorbet champagne.
I know that I’ve posted three champagne recipes in a row, but tis the season with NYE in just two short days.
Plus, experimenting with champagne this year was fun instead of just pouring a regular old glass of champagne for when the ball drops.
So happy new year to you! Get to making this fun raspberry sorbet champagne!
- 1 bottle champagne
- 1 cup raspberry sorbet
- raspberries fresh, for garnish
- Using a cookie scoop, add 1 scoop raspberry sorbet to champagne flute or wine glass.
- Alternatively, if you do not have a cookie scoop, just measure 1-2 Tbsp raspberry sorbet and place in bottom of wine or champagne glass.
- Fill with champagne and top with fresh raspberries. Serve immediately!