Pineapple Coconut “MockMosa”

its a boy

AJ and I are expecting a baby boy this October! Untitled copy I am finally lacing up my MasterChef boot straps and reclaiming my Brave Apron after months of “non bloggable” dishes.  Thanks Annie’s Mac and Cheese and Trader Joe’s Corn Bread for getting me through the first few months- I’ll see you again in a couple years.  Alas, I am ready to get back in the kitchen!

Last weekend my Mom and best friend Katie threw me an adorable  Baby Shower.  Love was pouring out of the details- from the hand cut Onesie Picks for the Appetizers to the blue and white trimmed flower vases and seasonal New England menu. My mom even traveled with a bassinet that she wove when she was pregnant with me in California 30 summers ago from Seattle to Boston that held center stage on a beautiful stand that AJ built.   I was so touched by the time and personalization that went into the day.

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The Menu:

  • Caprese Skewers

tomato mozz

  • Watermelon Feta Bites with Mint and Balsamic

watermelon cubes

  • Curried Chicken Salad Pita Pockets

chicken salad

  • Mini New England Lobster Roll on Buttered Brioche

lobster roll

  • Cupcakes from Sweet!

cupcake

And in addition to the orange juice and peach nectar mixers for prosecco,  there was a flute-worthy Pineapple Coconut “Mockmosa”!

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Photo by Lauren Genatossio, founder of Sarra Studios

Pineapple Coconut MockMosa Recipe yields 12+ cupsDSC_1407

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups Pineapple Juice
  • 3 cups Coconut Water
  • 1/2 cup lime juice
  • 6 cups Sparkling Water
  • 1 lime, thinly sliced for garnish

Preparation:DSC_1460

  • Combine Pineapple Juice, Coconut Water and Lime Juice.  Fill an ice tray with juice mixture and slice of lime.  Freeze.
  • Chill remaining juice mixture until ready to serve.  Combine juice mixture with sparkling water and remaining lime in punch bowl or pitcher.  Serve in a fancy glass and enjoy:)
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Mobi Wrap Demo!

lauren and giselle

The girls!

The blessing of the Nursery

The Blessing of the Nursery

Comments

  1. Aren’t they! My friend HAND CUT 100 of them for the party- I told her she should open an Etsy Boutique!

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