Must Make Holiday Cocktail – Recipe Card Attached!

Cranberry Ginger Syrup

Silver Caterers Recipe Cards – CranberryGingerSyrup

There is no denying that Thanksgiving is about the food. We all have our favorite dishes. But to me a gathering isn’t complete until someone breaks out a good cocktail. Which is why making this Cranberry Ginger Syrup is definitely on my Thanksgiving to-do list.

I’ve been experimenting with these syrups more and more because well, it’s just about the easiest thing in the world you can do. And maybe the best part of the outcome: if you have kids, making them a homemade soda with a little bit of setlzer and a few tbsp of the syrup is something even the Park Slope mothers can get behind.

But for the adults, this is also a must have. With a little gin or vodka, some seltzer and a wedge of lime, you’ll have yourself a drink perfectly paired for the feast. Or with a little prosecco to start the evening off, something so easy will take you into true entertainer status.

And here’s a thought! For the morning after pancakes (preferably Swedish) or muffins this syrup would be the perfect addition. Although I’ll admit it’s tough to pass on the Aunt Jemima!


3 Responses to Must Make Holiday Cocktail – Recipe Card Attached!

  1. Gilly says:

    Can’t wait to try this! Love the shout out to ugnspannkaka.

  2. nlag says:

    Great recipe! Hope we’re having this at Thanksgiving, though I may have it with seltzer . . . I don’t even want to know how tipsy I would feel after having one with vodka.

  3. […] Because I wasn’t about to go the Holiday without a few cocktails and that cranberry ginger syrup (here’s the recipe card) works just as good with vodka as it does with vanilla ice […]

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