This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Shaw’s Supermarket. All opinions are 100% mine.
Remember how slowly March and April dragged on this year? After the spring we had (and 41 weeks of pregnancy!), I’m vowing to embrace summer and take advantage of the nice weather even more so than years past- in the safest way possible of course!
To celebrate the hot summer nights (and the fact that I can drink again!), I decided to make Prosecco and Sorbet floats using Open Nature®’s delicious fruit sorbets. The Open Nature line which can be found at Shaw’s Supermarket in the New England area has so many great non-dairy frozen dessert options, at an amazing value so you won’t feel too guilty when you simply need to taste test all the flavors. While the sorbet is amazing on it’s own, Open Nature’s fruit sorbet options contain no artifical flavors or colors making them a perfect addition into a glass of Prosecco to make floats. As the sorbet melted, I loved getting a taste of the real fruit flavors! While I shopped at Shaw’s Supermarket, Open Nature sorbet and other dairy-free ice cream options can be found at the Albertsons Companies family of stores, including Albertsons, Safeway, ACME Markets, Jewel-Osco, Vons, Randalls, Star Market, Tom Thumb and Vons. Shaw’s Supermarket also offers Grocery Delivery and DriveUp & Go™ for convenient ways to shop- this is how we have been shopping for all our favorite items while staying out of the store.
Dessert and a cocktail in one… who doesn’t want that! To make a Prosecco and Sorbet float, pick up your favorite Open Nature sorbet flavor from Shaw’s, scoop into a large wine glass and top with your desired amount of Prosecco. It is an easy, but beautiful and refreshing cocktail to celebrate all things summer! Whether you are entertaining your quarantine squad or just celebrating making it to 5 PM or better yet, your kid’s bed time, a Prosecco and Sorbet float would be a delish way to celebrate!
How are you celebrating summer safely this year?