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Springtime inspired drinks with Champy

April is finally here and it’s patio season! I can finally open up my screen door and let the warm breeze inside my apartment. I love to sit on my patio, paint my nails and soak up the sun.  Nice weather is the perfect excuse grab a drink after work with friends and I made two delicious springtime sparkling wine drinks for you to try this season.  Wine is the go-to drink at a get together and all of these ingredients make your drink so refreshing.

Sparkling wine fits so perfectly with appetizers and girl time and when you have a bunch of friends over you can never just drink one bottle of wine so it’s great that Champy is so affordable.  If you’re looking for a quick way to add some flavor to your sparkling wine I suggest adding pomegranate seeds to your drink. It’s sweet and once the drink is done you can eat the seeds. Scroll to the bottom to check out the recipes!  Thank you to Champy for gifting me this bottle of sparkling wine to enjoy.

Strawberry + Lemon mix

4 Strawberry slices

1/2 Lemon Slice

spalsh of Orange juice

Pomegranate Orange Splash 

pomegranate seeds

splash of pom juice

splash of orange juice

slight squeeze of lime

DIY- Coffee Ice Cubes

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Iced coffee is the best way to start your morning in the summer. I  wanted to try different ways to make my iced coffee fun and delicious and I found this recipe for coffee ice cubes. You probably have seen them all over Pinterest so if you have an ice-cube tray and left over coffee you should make some!! The first step of course is to make the coffee. It doesn’t matter what the brand is just make sure it’s cooled off before you pour it into the tray. Let the coffee cubes sit overnight.

Honestly Yum (link provided below) used chocolate powder but I prefer chocolate sauce. Warm 1 cup of milk and pour it into a cup and stir until the chocolate sauce is all mixed in. Next put as many coffee cubes as you want in your cup. Finally add your milk to the cup and make sure it’s warm so the coffee cubes can melt a little. Enjoy!

also my boyfriend takes all of my photos because he’s the best 🙂

Recipe: Honestly Yum