When you're planning your next party, don't forget to add a Dirty Shirley Cocktail to the menu! This fun and festive drink is perfect for all kinds of celebrations, from birthday parties to Fourth of July barbecues. Keep reading for recipes and tips on how to make this delicious cocktail.
This cocktail is a perfect blend of sweet and refreshing. It's also sassy, making it the ideal drink to serve at your next party or get-together! The best part? You can make this recipe without the vodka so there will be some for the kids (and no one feels left out).
There are two key ingredients in a Dirty Shirley Cocktail: vodka and grenadine. To make this tasty drink, simply combine these two ingredients in a glass and enjoy. If you're looking for something extra special, try adding a splash of cranberry juice or lime juice to your cocktail. For an even more festive touch, garnish your drink with a cherry or slice of lemon or as we have in the pictures a lime.
So next time you're planning a party, don't forget the Dirty Shirley Cocktails! These delicious drinks are sure to be a hit with all your guests. Cheers!
- If you prefer a stronger drink, then simply double your vodka amount to a total of 2 ounces.
- Differentiating amounts of grenadine will play a huge part in the color, so do not be afraid to get your shade of red just right.
- This recipe serves very well in a summer party punch bowl, especially if you fill the bowl with some cherries, lemons, and limes.
To make this one a little easier on the waistline use skinnygirl vodka for only 1 point 1 1/2 ounces perfect for a satisfying drink with lower points. most vodkas are 3 points for 1 1/2 ounces so be aware of the amount you are drinking so you can track your points accurately.Print
Dirty Shirley Cocktail Recipe
- Total Time: 2 minutes
- Yield: 1 glass 1x
5 Ounces Lemon Lime Soda
1 Ounce Vodka
½ Ounce Grenadine
Fill your glass with ice.
Add 5 ounces of lemon lime soda, 1 ounce of vodka, and a dash (.5 ounce) of grenadine over the ice.
Stir and enjoy!
- Prep Time: 2 minutes