Peach, Please! Cinco de Mayo Cocktail Recipe

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Peach, Please! Cocktail by Project Sip via IHOD

I couldn’t leave you all without a 5 o’clock Cinco de Mayo beverage! 
Jenn Gietzen and Kathryn McCrary of Project Sip are back to share this smooth peachy cocktail, that is just as refreshing as it looks…

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Peach, Please!”

Ingredients:
Juice of 2 limes
3-4 tbsp of agave nectar (depending on how sweet you like it!)
6 tsbp (a double shot) of clear tequila
2 peeled medium peaches, pureed

Step 1 : mix lime juice, agave nectar and clear tequila in shaker
Step 2 : peel your peaches and puree in blender or food processor
Step 3 : add to shaker and mix with other margarita ingredients
Step 4 : pour into salt rimmed glass, add garnish (optional)
Step 5 : enjoy!

Project Sip Creators : Jenn Gietzen and Kathryn McCrary
Hand lettering : Jenn Gietzen
Photography : Kathryn McCrary
Model and Assistant : Candice Beaty
More easy drink recipes on Project Sip!

Ooh, Berry Berry Cocktail Recipe

Ooh Berry Berry Cocktail Recipe by Project SipSimple Syrup Recipe | Hand Lettering by Write on Design + Photography by Kathryn McCraryOoh Berry Berry Cocktails by Project SipOoh Berry Berry Cocktail Recipe | Kathryn McCrary Photography + Jenn Gietzen Write On Design

Somehow I got lucky enough to live in a city full of creative genius. Jenn Gietzen & Kathryn McCrary have become wonderful friends over the past few years, and I am pretty jazzed to have them share one of their newest drinks from their joint collaboration Project Sip , which will most likely become your new favorite instagram account come 5 o’clock. This is a simple berry cocktail recipe you can serve in the spring and summer months or on your Easter Table this weekend! It also includes a recipe to make your own mint simple syrup if you are feeling extra ambitious:) We hope you enjoy!

Project Sip Creators : Jenn Gietzen and Kathryn McCrary
Hand lettering : Jenn Gietzen
Photography : Kathryn McCrary
Model and Assistant : Candice Beaty
 
Ooh, Berry Berry Cocktail Recipe
A simple and refreshing mint berry cocktail you can serve for guests in the spring and summer months!
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Ingredients
  1. *Recipe is per drink amount.
  2. 5-6 muddled raspberries
  3. 1 shot of gin
  4. 1/2 fill of mint simple syrup
  5. 1/2 fill of club soda
Mint simple syrup
  1. 1 1/2 cups of chopped mint leaves
  2. 1 cup of sugar
  3. 1 cup of water
  4. (Boil for 2 minutes, pour syrup through fine mesh, pressing on hard solids. cover and chill, keeps for two weeks.)
Instructions
  1. Step 1 : Fill cocktail glass with ice and 1/2 with mint simple syrup and 1/2 fill with club soda
  2. Step 2 : In a cocktail shaker, muddle raspberries
  3. Step 3 : Pour in gin into cocktail shaker and mix together
  4. Step 4 : Strain raspberry and gin mix over glass
  5. Step 5 : Add garnish if you're feeling fancy and enjoy!
Notes
  1. If you aren't up for making your own mint simple syrup you can buy pre-made! Recipe is per drink amount.
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XOXO Valentine’s Day Doughnut Recipe

XOXO Doughnut Recipe } In Honor of DesignTic Tac Toe Valentine's Day Doughnuts
I totally admit one of my favorite things about Valentine’s Day is the baked goods. (And darn those red gumdrop hearts! Get me every time in the store.) These are actually doughnuts you don’t have to fry! I made these similar to biscuits (just sweeter!) so you could cut out any shapes you like and bake them in the oven. Bake a batch enough to play Tic Tac Toe, winner eats all (wink wink)!

You can make this Valentine’s Day doughnut recipe most likely with ingredients you have on hand. Gift them to a co-worker, sister, friend, or bake them with your little chefs! (Veronica and Gabriel LOVED being able to cut out the shapes for these:)) Head over to Inspired by This for the guest post and recipe!

XOXO,
Anna

*Gold Flatware is from West Elm