Cheers to You

You’ve already picked out the perfect sparkly earrings, a traffic-stopping bandage dress and sexy, slinky stilettos. Now all you need is the right cocktail.

Yes, cocktails are the latest must-have accessory, according to entrepreneur and reality TV star Bethenny Frankel. Here are three that are guaranteed to make a big splash at your next holiday fete:

Let the Ginger Queen awaken your inner spice
Pour 2 parts Skinnygirl™ Cucumber Vodka into a glass filled with ice. Top with 2 parts diet or regular grapefruit soda. Grate 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger over the top. Stir and enjoy.

Get your sexy back with the SKINNYGIRL™ NAKED COSMO
Pour 1 1/2 parts Skinnygirl™ Bare Naked Vodka, 2 parts cranberry juice, 1/2 parts fresh lime juice and 1/2 parts DeKuyper® Triple Sec over ice in a 3-piece shaker. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a lime. Enjoy!

Toast to a sparkling New Year with the ROYAL CHERRY

  • 1 part Skinnygirl™ White Cherry Vodka
  • 2 parts champagne
  • 1 frozen cherry

Pour champagne into flute and top with vodka. Add a frozen cherry and enjoy!

Get more fab recipes from Skinnygirl Cocktails: 100 Fun & Flirty Guilt-Free Recipes

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Holiday Cookies

Nothing says 'tis the season quite like a plate of colorful, festive holiday cookies. The one-third of us who try to avoid gluten don't need to feel left out anymore. These holiday cookie recipes will provide some gluten-free inspiration.

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Is it ever OK to re-gift?

We've all been tempted. Etiquette guru Emily Post says that re-gifting is only OK if you're certain the re-gift is something the new recipient really wants; is brand new and isn't one that the original giver took great care to select or make for you. GG adds: Make sure you don't give the re-gift back to the original giver.