This rose cocktail is made with Prosecco, rose water, and real rose petals. A delicately floral low carb drink for a romantic occasion or sunny day!
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The rose part of this low carb cocktail comes from two sources: rose water and dried rose petals. Rose water has a sweet delicate scent that might remind you of Turkish delight.
As for the rose petals – they do need to be food grade – but they're easy enough to come by on Amazon!
Of course as a garnish they're optional, but I really think they make the drink extra special.
To obtain the pink hue, I used some Da Vinci sugar free cherry syrup. It adds a touch of sweetness as well as color and flavor. But you could use other flavors, or perhaps a colored water enhancer instead – not much is needed.
How to Make a Sparkling Rose Cocktail
In a small jug, combine the rose water and syrup (or preferred alternative).
Divide the mixture between two glasses – coupé glasses would be ideal but I made do with martini glasses! Top up with chilled Prosecco.
Scatter a few of the dried rose petals into each glass, and serve.
This recipe makes two drinks but of course it would be very easy to make more!
By the way – the rose petals have so many other uses! They can be used for handmade potpourris, bath salts, candles, bath bombs, soaps, and more!
- In a small jug, combine the rose water and syrup (or preferred alternative).
- Divide the mixture between two glasses and top up with the chilled Prosecco.
- Scatter a few dried rose petals into each glass, and serve.
3.8g net carbs per serving (half the recipe)
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Nutrition InformationYield 2 Serving Size Half the recipe
Amount Per Serving Calories 121Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 7mgCarbohydrates 3.8gNet Carbohydrates 3.8gFiber 0gSugar 1.4gProtein 0g
Nutritional information for this recipe is provided as a courtesy and is my best approximation. I cannot guarantee completely accurate data due to variations in ingredients and cooking methods. Carbohydrates from sugar alcohols are not included in net carb counts as it has been shown that they do not impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
Inspired by this champagne cocktail.