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Bottoms Up :: Blueberry-Lemon Fizz

July 11th, 2012


I love when cocktails can almost be classified as health food, don’t you? Makes it just a little easier to justify seconds… which you’re going to want, after tasting this refreshing Blueberry-Lemon Fizz that I concocted yesterday (that’s brimming with antioxidant-rich berries, of course!) Don’t worry, this preggers girl only had a small sample, but my valiant taste testers confirmed that it’s a winner. I’ve been stocking up on lots of bubbly italian sodas this summer, and one of my best hostess secrets is – just by adding vodka – they become an instant party cocktail (let’s keep that between us, shall we?) I used pink grapefruit for this one, but really any fruity flavor (peach, black cherry, lemon) would work great. Fresh blueberries, a couple lemon slices and fresh mint, stirred up with a shot of vodka to release the flavors, and topped off with the super fizzy soda. So pretty, right? Keep reading for more images and the recipe… 



Glasses were my great grandmothers. Get the DIY for making the pretty ombré linen here!

blueberry_cocktail3Blueberry-Lemon Fizz

*serves 4


  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced and seeds removed
  • 4 mint sprigs
  • 4 oz vodka
  • Italian soda – whatever fruity flavor you like!


  1. In each of four glasses, divide blueberries, lemon and mint. Add 1 oz vodka to each glass, and stir vigorously to release the flavors. If a couple of blueberries get a bit smashed, that’ll be yummy.
  2. Fill glasses to the top with Italian soda and serve.

*photos by Camille

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28 Comments under :: Bottoms Up :: Blueberry-Lemon Fizz
  1. Elizabeth says:

    This sounds delicious! Definitely favoriting this recipe.

    Cheers, Elizabeth of The Corner Apartment

  2. Amy says:

    nice job on the photos too Camille!

  3. shirley says:

    I love it.. especially the beautiful glass. Where can I find that dainty cocktail glass?

  4. Annabelle says:

    The Italian soda thing is a brilliant idea — I need to try that ASAP!

  5. Laura says:

    These images are so lovely and this recipe sounds so yummy – I’m definitely going to give this recipe a try this weekend!

  6. Your blog is amazing! I love all of the inspiration and creativity! And this drink looks delicious; a must try :)

    Thanks for sharing!


  7. Lulu says:

    Have you tried washing the linen? Just wondering if the effect wears off.

  8. can’t wait to try this next summer/post pregnancy!

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    .. lovely, can’t wait to try this

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