Peeps Easter Cocktail Recipe
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Perfect for an Easter brunch cocktail or Spring cocktail recipe, I’ve made a Peeps recipe idea! This Peeps cocktail recipe is our new Easter drink! Keep reading to make your new favorite Easter cocktail and find more Easter brunch ideas.
Peeps Easter Drink Recipe
Whether you love them or hate them, Peeps are an Easter tradition that I can get behind. I don’t love eating them by themselves, but I love making recipes with them! This year, I decided to make a cocktail that would be perfect for Easter parties! This martini includes one of my favorite new Easter cocktail ingredients, Bailey’s Almande.
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If you haven’t had Bailey’s Almande, it’s definitely worth a try, too! It’s slightly sweeter and has a different flavor than traditional Bailey’s Irish Cream. Have you tried Whipped Vodka? It’s really good! It goes well with the Bailey’s Almande and give this Easter drink a marshmallow-like flavor. With the addition of Peeps Marshmallows, it’s perfect for Easter brunch, dinner, or an Easter party. You can find the Peeps Marshmallow Bunnies in Pink on Amazon or in stores.
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There’s a good bit of alcohol in this cocktail! If you’d like a sweeter and less alcoholic cocktail for Easter brunch, try my Carrot and Orange Mimosa Easter Cocktail Recipe. You can adjust the alcohol content to your desire for any of the Easter drink recipes, of course.
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Marshmallow Peeps Martini
- 3 oz Whipped Vodka
- 1.5 oz Bailey’s Almande
- 3 oz Half and Half
- Put all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and pour into martini glass. Garnish with Peeps bunnies.
- Optional: rim your martini glass with sprinkles by dipping the edge of the glass in light corn syrup and then the sprinkles of your choice.
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