Blood Orange Gin Fizz #SundaySupper

For a delicious seasonal and refreshing cocktail, make up some Blood Orange Gin Fizzes at your next cocktail party. 
Blood Orange Gin Fizz - great seasonal cocktail from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

There’s a party in the house tonight! Can you raise your hands in the air and say yeah? 

Yeah. No? That’s okay, put your hands down you don’t want to spill your drink anyway.  We are still going to celebrate in every which way possible because Sunday Supper is turning 2 today! Where did the time go? Has it really been a year in a half since I started with this talented group of bloggers? 

Blood Orange Gin Fizz Ingredients Blood Orange Gin Fizz - a great seasonal fizzy cocktail from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

In honor of #SundaySuppers birthday Isabel the creator of the movement asked if we could list our most memorable moments over the last year.  Considering I sometimes have trouble remembering what I ate for dinner last night, it was a challenge to think back to every single theme over the last year but one immediately stood out to me.  

Do you remember our music inspired #SundaySupper? I most certainly do because I had the pleasure of hosting that week.  Music Inspired #SundaySupper doesn’t stand out so much as my best recipe or even best photography but as a way for me to share my musical past with all of you.  I also loved how it gave all of us an opportunity to get really creative and pair some great dishes to music.  The two go hand in hand.   

My second best memory of the year without a doubt was the Food and Wine Conference in July.  The opportunity to meet everyone in person is one I will cherish and all the wonderful friendship that we’ve developed outside of the blog world. 

Blood Orange Gin Fizz GIF from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Now to celebrate.  No party can really get started without a cocktail, even if the celebrant is only 2 (how old is that in internet years?) 🙂 .  Traditionally a gin fizz is made with egg white and shaken vigorously until frothy.  Finished with club soda and you have your fizz. My version includes no eggs and can be fizzed up in a matter of minutes.  Blood Oranges are currently in season and the time is limited.  This drink is a beautiful celebration of them, in color and taste. 

A sugared rim of blood orange zest adorns the glass with a not to sweet gin cocktail.  Just a tiny bit of confectioners sugar mixed with club soda gives you the signature fizz as you can see from my GIF!

Blood Orange Gin Fizz #SundaySupper
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  • blood orange zest & 1/2 tablespoon granulated sugar for rim
  • 1 1/2oz fresh blood orange juice (from 1 orange)
  • 1 1/2oz gin
  • 1/2 teaspoon confectioners sugar
  • 4oz club soda
  • ice
  • equipment: Collins glass


  1. On a small plate combine the blood orange zest and granulated sugar to make the sugared rim for the glass.
  2. With a wet paper towel wet the rim of the glass and dip in the sugared zest so that it coats the inside and outside of the glass.
  3. In a tall collins glass pour your blood orange juice and gin. Stir.
  4. Add your confectioners sugar and club soda.
  5. Once the fizzing has stopped fill the glass with ice and enjoy.
  6. Make 1 drink.
Recipe Type: Drink, Cocktail

Blood Orange Gin Fizz - a fizzy seasonal cocktail from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen

Let’s take a look at the rest of the recipes this week and how they are celebrating Sunday Suppers birthday.

Brilliant Breads and Breakfast Fare:


Amazing Appetizers and Cocktails:

Spectacular Soups and Salads:

Enticing Entrees:

Decadent Desserts:

Join the #SundaySupper conversation on twitter on Sunday! We tweet throughout the day and share recipes from all over the world. Our weekly chat starts at 7:00 pm ET. Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag and remember to include it in your tweets to join in the chat. Check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board for more fabulous recipes and food photos.

Would you like to join the Sunday Supper Movement? It’s easy! You can sign up by clicking here: Sunday Supper Movement.


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72 thoughts on “Blood Orange Gin Fizz #SundaySupper

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  10. Renee

    Thanks for making me think about cocktails this early in the morning. It does have orange juice so perhaps for brunch??
    It’s been great with you a part of Sunday Supper and I was so glad to meet you in person at the conference. Here’s to a big 2014!!

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  14. Family Foodie

    Can you see me waving my hands in the air? Yeah!
    I need one of these… when are you coming to Florida again… we must enjoy one together.
    It was such a pleasure meeting you this year at the conference. I thank you for all your support and encouragement.
    It has been such a pleasure watching your grow as a writer and photography over the last two years Susan! Here’s to much success in 2014.

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  17. Stacy

    Yeah! *hands raised high* I love this cocktail for the celebration, Susan! As you say, What’s a celebration without a cocktail?! Plus I just like anything with the word fizz in it. 🙂

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  21. Tara

    I love blood oranges and you have given me an idea as hubby just bought some Italian Blood Orange soda from the Italian market, YUM, cocktails!!!

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  25. The Ninja Baker

    LOL Susan. Only an animal lover would think of asking how old is 2 in internet years. Tee hee…My lovely Kiku cat is napping on my foot stool…Now is probably a good time to tiptoe into the kitchen and mix up your gin fizz =) Cheers!

  26. Amy Kim

    It was so great to meet you and your hubby last summer!

    This drink sounds refreshing and looks great! Hope to see you this year!

  27. Soni

    Oh yes,I’ve raised my hands in the air 🙂 Such a festive colorful drink and I love that action shot!Will have to try these for sure!Bookmarked.
    Its been a pleasure cooking Sunday Suppers with you Susan!

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