Apricot Coconut Prosecco Punch

Apricot Coconut Prosecco Punch

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So, if any of you have ever lived with your parents as an adult, it dredges up interesting feelings. (My parents are great by the way- and always have been.) But I have started having these crazy anxiety dreams that are totally reflective of when I was first REALLY going out on my own and still desperately leaning on my parents to fix everything.. Like not when I was on my own but still on the dole, you know? Like completely financially independent. Like last nights dream for instance: I moved to another state and got an apartment for the first time, but instead of renting the sensible basement unit that was safe (albeit a little dark), I rented the outdoor unit. Yes, the “open air” unit with three missing walls. Imagine my horror at my stupidity when I came home from wherever I was and realized most of my stuff had been stolen. Not to mention that it had started raining and it was pouring into the “room”. I also had resorted to clutching a can opener in bed in order to protect myself. And who did I call to help me? My dad. Then I woke up in a cold sweat.

Apricot Coconut Prosseco Punch

Any Dream Interpreters in the crowd???

Apricot Coconut Prosseco Punch

Gahhhhh. I need a drink.

Apricot Coconut Prosseco Punch

How about this Apricot Coconut Prosecco Punch? I would like about 4 of these to wash down that bizarro anxiety dream.

Apricot Coconut Prosseco Punch

Fresh tart apricot puree, subtely sweet coconut sorbet and bubbly cold prosecco. Yes and Yes.

Recipe: Apricot Coconut Prosecco Punch


  • ¼ cup apricot puree
  • 2 scoops coconut sorbet
  • 12 ounces chilled prosecco
  • Apricot Puree, makes 2 cups
  • 4 apricots pitted and chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • ½ cup sugar
  • pinch of salt


  1. Instructions
  2. For the Apricot Puree:
  3. In a small pan, add the Apricot, water, sugar and salt. Cook for 3-5 minutes until thickened. Add to the jar of a blender and puree until smooth. Chill.
  4. Spoon 2 tablespoons of apricot puree into the bottom of each of two cocktail glasses (I used brandy snifters or stemless wine glasses would be great).
  5. Add one scoop of coconut sorbet to each glass.
  6. Top with prosecco and serve immediately.

Preparation time: 5 minute(s)

Cooking time: 5 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 2

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  1. Sounds like about 4 of these are definitely in order for you given your dream :) They’re gorgeous & pinned! And I’ve had quite a day. I’ll take 4 myself! LOL

  2. Heather, that dream sounds terrible! I am not a dream interpreter but whoa. These cocktails look great. I love prosecco or champagne in my cocktails.

  3. I love the addition of edible pansy’s too the drink. We make pansy salads and as long as you have flowers you grew yourself the are so pretty and compliment so many thinks. Just like this coconut pouch!

  4. Lovely and creative, as always!

  5. This sounds so refreshing! I love your cocktail mind!

  6. Eileen says:

    Ooh, so bubbly! This sounds like the perfect cocktail combination for a hot afternoon. I’ve never had apricot with coconut before — definitely intriguing!

  7. Rachel says:

    Heather- You continue to inspire me with your amazing and innovative recipes! I love visiting your blog each week and seeing what is new. I can not wait to try your veggie pesto recipe and this fun cocktail! Thanks -Rachel

    • that is SO NICE of you Rachel!!! thank you so much- that means a lot :)

  8. Jenny Flake says:

    Perfectly pretty punch :)

  9. marla says:

    Stunning cocktail ~ craving one or 2 now!!

  10. Maria says:

    So in love with apricots right now! Gorgeous drink!

  11. Mary Frances says:

    What on earth is an “open air” unit? It sounds terrifying! You need a glass of this punch after a dream like that.

  12. Happy Friday! These sound perfectly refreshing. Cheers!

  13. This sounds amazing! I love the addition of the violets too! So pretty!