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The Tiny Food Series is Here, YAY!

December is here, AHHHHHH! and so are the holidays, everything red, green, the entertaining, gift wrapping and in my case, new cute recipes to celebrate Santa, at home with my family and friends.I’ve been thinking for the longest time how to blog more food and recipes but in a different and HeyMaca style, Soooo (drumroll), I’m starting a new series everything tiny, tiny cute food!I’m a big fan of entertaining at home and when I have friends over, I tend to prepare everything bite-size so they can taste a ton of different options, and honestly, who doesn’t love a good tapas session?Back to cocktail-land, how ADORABLE are these raspberry rosemary merry-tinis?Scroll down for the step-by-step and some good ol’ mama jokes,Merry everything sweet friends!
I cry with this prettiness!

Raspberry Rosemary Merry-tinis

– Fresh raspberry juice- Juice of 1/2 lemon- Fresh rosemary leaves- A bit of your favourite sparkling water
– Candy cane and peppermint crumbles for the rim

How to?

– Mix the fresh juice, lemon, sparkling water with ice and pour them on your ornament
– Turn your glasses upside down and rim it (we used maple) with the candy cane and peppermint crumbles
– Fill them with ice and remove them when you are ready to serve your merry-tini.


I added a bit of vodka (guiltyyy! but totally deserved), these cute merry-tinis are served on a Christmas ornament (just too adorable). The idea? to surprise your guests when you pour the drink on regular cocktail glasses. 
You can try these merry-tinis using different fruits, can’t wait to try mango, lemon, pear and apple versions.

Seriously though, how cute!

Happy Holidays and happy tiny food overload!

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