Raspberry and lime prosecco float made with prosecco and sorbet. An easy recipe to make a refreshing Summer cocktail.
Raspberry and lime prosecco floats, I could not think of a more refreshing summer cocktail on a hot day. What is fun about these floats is that they are simple to make and will impress any guest at a cocktail or dinner party. This is the perfect drink to be served with dessert or even as dessert.
What is a Prosecco float?
A prosecco float is prosecco served over either sorbet or sorbetto. This is an adult version of a float which is traditionally soda and vanilla ice cream. The prosecco is bubbly like the soda and the sorbet is an icy treat like the ice cream.
You might have a hard time finding sorbet in the grocery stores. It seems sorbet has been replaced by diet ice creams. I was still able to find sorbetto thought. Sorbetto is a mix between sorbet and gelato.
- Sorbet or Sorbetto
- Lime slices
- In a wine glass add 2-3 scoops of sorbet.
- Add 2 slices of lime and about 5 raspberries.
- Fill the wine glass with prosecco, do this slowly the sorbetto can foam up quickly.
Watch how I made it
Looking for more great cocktail recipes?
- Pina Colada Shots
- Pineapple Coconut Mojito
- Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Freeze Pops
- Red White and Blush Sangria
Today marks the end of the 6 week cocktail party. It has been a fun 6 weeks and I feel like I am almost a certified bartender after this. Sad were not going to be making any more cocktails?! Not to worry we will be back in the fall with some of our favorite fall inspired cocktails. I can’t wait to share with you guys my family’s caramel apple martini recipe that we make every Thanksgiving.
It’s not over just yet. Check out 7 other summer cocktail recipes below.
Mermaid Water Rum Punch from Happy Go Lucky • Raspberry and Lime Prosecco Float from Weekend Craft • Canadian Frost from Red Cottage Chronicles • Mermaid Rum Punch from Daily DIY Life • Boozy Strawberry Lemonade Slushie from A Turtle’s Life for Me • Spiked Peach Iced Tea from Our Crafty Mom • Summer Fish Bowl from Creative Ramblings • The Tequito from Upright and Caffeinated