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25 Creative Prosecco Cocktails For The Ultimate Bubbly Blend!

Quick Answer: What Are The Best Creative Prosecco Cocktails?

This is a question that can’t be answered without a little help from the prosecco. The sparkling wine is typically enjoyed with the grapes from which it is made, but it’s possible to find some pretty creative cocktails that use prosecco as the base. The prosecco cocktails are not only easy to make, but they are also affordable and the best part is they can be made with the ingredients that you already have in your kitchen.

When you’re in the mood for something a little bubbly, instead of always going for the traditional champagne, why not try something new like Creative Prosecco Cocktails

Prosecco is a sparkling wine that originates from Italy (you probably could have guessed that from the name). These are significantly more affordable than champagne and often a lot sweeter. 

It’s a fan favorite at parties and although it tastes great by itself, it also pairs really well with other beverages and is, therefore, a go-to ingredient when making cocktails. 

If you’re ready to enter the deliciously aromatic and bubbly world that is prosecco, make sure to check out these 25 creative prosecco cocktail recipes

Quick Table: Creative Prosecco Cocktails

RecipesCalories Per ServingPreparation Time
Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Prosecco FloatsN/A10 Min 
Candy Floss Fizz, Prosecco And Gin Cocktail 284 10 Min 
Gin And Prosecco CocktailN/A3 Min 
Gin Pear Royale N/A5 Min 
Peach Bellini 100 15 Min 
Green Prosecco Cocktail 1705 Min 
Pineapple Strawberry Mimosa230 3 Min 
Ombré Cranberry SparklerN/A5 Min 
Apple Prosecco Punch 88 5 Min 
Lavender French 75124 5 Min 
Blood Orange Aperol SpritzN/A3 Min 
Fig Honey Thyme Prosecco Smash 139 10 Min 
Enchanting Sparkling Elderflower Cocktail 195 5 Min 
Apple Cider Sangria 96 15 Min 
Lemon Mango Prosecco SpritzerN/A5 Min 
Cherry Bakewell Cocktail1615 Min 
Maple Cinnamon Prosecco CocktailN/A5 Min 
Passion Fruit Pineapple Prosecco SourN/A10 Min 
Rhubarb Gin Fizz CocktailN/A5 Min 
Sgroppino 251 5 Min 
Prosecco Margarita Cocktail 156 10 Min 
Caramel Apple Mimosa 255 5 Min 
Sparkling Popsicle ProseccoN/A2 Min 
Strawberry Prosecco Jelly Cocktails 224 25 Min 
Raspberry Prosecco SlushiesN/A10 Min 

1. Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Prosecco Floats

You’re likely all familiar with the traditional ice-cream-soda float, but for a boozy adult version, this Lemon Raspberry Sorbet And Prosecco variation is a must. 

Simply combine a dry prosecco and fruity sorbet in a glass and voila! You’ve got yourself a drink and a dessert. 

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

2. The Candy Floss Fizz, Prosecco And Gin Cocktail

If you really want to up the presentation factor, this Candy Floss Cocktail will definitely impress your guests. 

Made with pink prosecco, gin, candy floss and edible flowers, this drink not only tastes delicious, it’s also super aesthetic and would be perfect for Valentine’s Day or a girl’s night. 

Calories Per Serving: 284

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

3. Gin And Prosecco Cocktail

As we know from the previous recipe, gin and prosecco pair beautifully together and, when combined with syrup and lemon juice, are elevated by sweet and tangy deliciousness. 

This cocktail is super refreshing and citrusy and only takes 3 minutes to make!

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 3 Minutes 

4. Gin Pear Royale

Can you ever have too many gin and prosecco recipes? We certainly don’t think so! Especially when they’re complemented by a fruity and delectable ingredient such as pear juice. 

This cocktail is bubbly, crisp and full of flavor. Make sure to add a sprig of thyme to enhance the drink even further!

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

5. Peach Bellini

Is it even a brunch if you don’t have at least one Bellini beverage?

Bellinis are a brunch classic because they’re light, sweet and refreshing and this recipe features the cocktail with a tasty homemade peach puree, a bit of honey for sweetness and a sparkling prosecco. What’s not to love?

Calories Per Serving: 100

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes 

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6. Green Prosecco Cocktail

Start planning your next St. Patrick’s Day party because with this cocktail you’ll have all the liquid luck you need! 

Now, what’s the secret to achieving that festive, vibrant green hue you ask? Midori or also known as melon liqueur! Mix a little bit of this in your cocktail and you’ll be tasting the rainbow in no time.

Calories Per Serving: 170

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

7. Pineapple Strawberry Mimosa

For a fun twist on the classic Mimosa, try this Pineapple Strawberry variation

Because prosecco already contains hints of fruity flavors, combining it with other fruity elements, such as strawberries, pineapple juice and triple sec, is a foolproof way of incorporating the wine. 

Calories Per Serving: 230

Preparation Time: 3 Minutes 

8. Ombré Cranberry Sparkler

It’s never too early to start planning for the holiday season and this festive gin and prosecco cocktail needs to be added to the holiday party menu

You can never go wrong with cranberries at Christmas, especially when it comes with a sparkling surprise.

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

9. Apple Prosecco Punch

Any event isn’t complete until the party punch has come out and this Apple Prosecco variation is simply “delicioso.”

Vodka adds an added punch (get it?), while a touch of lemon juice provides the perfect zesty flavor to balance out the sweetness of the apple juice and prosecco. 

Calories Per Serving: 88

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

 10. Lavender French 75

Add a lovely floral flare to your celebration with this lavender-inspired cocktail

Gin, prosecco, lemon and all the lavender you could ever want come together to make a beautiful and fragrant blend, perfect for a spring or summer occasion

Calories Per Serving: 124

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

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11. Blood Orange Aperol Spritz

For a refreshing summer drink that will keep you coming back for more, there’s nothing better than this Blood Orange Aperol Spritz.

Aperol Spritz on its own is quite bitter but pairing it with prosecco and sweet blood orange juice balances this bitterness out- and leaves you with a beautiful crimson hue. 

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 3 Minutes 

12. Fig Honey Thyme Prosecco Smash

Figs definitely don’t get the recognition they deserve, so we’re here to show you just how delectable they can be with this Fig, Honey, Thyme and Prosecco Cocktail. 

With such a diverse palette of ingredients (including elderflower), this recipe incorporates everything you could want: sweet, zesty, fruity and, of course, bubbly.  

Calories Per Serving: 139

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

13. The Enchanting Sparkling Elderflower Cocktail

For an elegant floral and fizzy drink, it doesn’t get any better than this Elderflower Cocktail

With only two ingredients, prosecco and St. Germain, this recipe is super simple but also super classy in appearance. 

Can someone say Great Gatsby?

Calories Per Serving: 195

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

14. Apple Cider Sangria

Sangria is typically associated with summer and while we love a good fruity drink during the warmer months, this Apple Cider Sangria is the perfect refreshment for the autumn season. 

Bourbon and prosecco are mixed together with a variety of fall fruits as well as cinnamon and thyme to make the perfect warm, spiced autumn beverage. 

Calories Per Serving: 96

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes 

15. Lemon Mango Prosecco Spritzers

We can’t get enough of prosecco and sorbet and this Lemon Mango Prosecco Spritzer is giving us just that. 

Prosecco and lemon juice are accompanied by mango sorbet and blueberries for the perfect summer cocktail dessert to enjoy on your patio.

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

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16. Cherry Bakewell Cocktail

Speaking of desserts, this Cherry Bakewell-inspired Cocktail offers you a taste of the classic English tart without having to turn the oven on.

Amaretto liqueur provides the almond flavoring from this delicious pastry, while Maraschino cherries fulfill the very important cherry component. Lastly, prosecco is added for a tasty, gentle fizz. 

Calories Per Serving: 161

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

17. Maple Cinnamon Prosecco Cocktail

Fall is quickly approaching which means we need all the autumn-inspired cocktail recipes we can get. 

For the ultimate fall drink, mix together prosecco with a deliciously sweet and spicy maple cinnamon simple syrup. For even more of that autumn flavor, add in a little apple cider

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

18. Passion Fruit Pineapple Prosecco Sour

Get a taste of tropical beaches and cool ocean air with this Passion Fruit Pineapple Prosecco Sour. 

This cocktail is full of delicious fruity flavors as well as a fizzy base and creamy finish. 

The perfect poolside drink for you and your partner. 

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

 19. Rhubarb Gin Fizz Cocktail

One of our favorite summer fruits is rhubarb. Rhubarb is naturally bitter, however, bursts with flavor when paired with sparkling wine and gin. 

Oh and don’t be fooled by the sweet, pink hue of this drink. With both gin and prosecco, this cocktail packs in a punch. 

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

20. Sgroppino

This Venetian drink is so smooth and creamy you won’t be able to get enough of it!

Lemon sorbet, whipping cream, limoncello and prosecco are all mixed together to make the ultimate summer citrus blend. 

Skip the dessert and try a Sgroppino instead!

Calories Per Serving: 251

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

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21. Prosecco Margarita Cocktail

Get ready to fiesta because this Margarita is extra boozy! 

Tequila, triple sec and prosecco are mixed with zesty lime juice and a note of agave syrup (to bring out the agave in the tequila). It’s bubbly, refreshing and only takes 10 minutes! 

Calories Per Serving: 156

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

22. Caramel Apple Mimosa

If you’ve been feeling nostalgic, then this Mimosa is a must because, with its hints of tart apple cider and sweet caramel, this cocktail reminds us of our favorite childhood fall treat- just with a bubbly and boozy twist (think sparkling wine and caramel vodka). 

Calories Per Serving: 255

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes 

23. Sparkling Popsicle Prosecco

This cocktail is refreshing, super simple and only requires two ingredients: prosecco and your favorite fruity popsicles. 

It’s extra fun and extra fizzy and perfect for the hotter months!

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 2 Minutes 

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24. Strawberry Prosecco Jelly Cocktails

With a sweet jello consistency, this prosecco cocktail is really more of a dessert than a drink. 

It’s bursting with strawberry and vanilla flavors and contains a secret ingredient: sweetened condensed milk! 

For special occasions, add whipping cream and a cherry.

Calories Per Serving: 224

Preparation Time: 25 Minutes 

25. Raspberry Prosecco Slushie

Slushies in the summer are a must and if they come with booze? That’s just a bonus! 

This cocktail features a delightful fruity raspberry base along with honey for a touch of sweetness and prosecco to enhance the flavors even more. 

Calories Per Serving: N/A

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes 

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Prosecco?

Prosecco is a sparkling Italian white wine made from the Glera grape. Despite it having a light, fruity flavor, prosecco typically isn’t very sweet. It tends to be more on the dry side, is bubbly and aromatic and contains flavors such as peach, apple, pear and melon. 

What Is The Difference Between Prosecco And Champagne?

Prosecco and champagne are both white wines, however, they are produced differently and in different locations: prosecco in Italy and champagne in France.

Making prosecco isn’t quite as complex as champagne and is therefore usually less expensive. Prosecco is also often viewed as sweeter.

Can You Drink Prosecco By Itself?

Yes! Prosecco only contains 12% alcohol (like champagne and other sparkling wines) and is frequently consumed by itself. However, for an elevated palette of flavors, we definitely recommend trying it in a cocktail! 

25 Creative Prosecco Cocktails For The Ultimate Bubbly Blend!

25 creative prosecco cocktail recipes to enter deliciously aromatic and bubbly world.


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