Top 5 Easter Themed Drinks

With Easter fast approaching, we thought it would be appropriate to list the Top 5 Easter Themed Drinks from around the web. So while your hiding eggs for the little ones and baking that ham for the whole family to enjoy – maybe try and find some time to put together one of the cocktails from this list. They can be a really cool addition to the holiday and help the adults have as much fun as the egg-hunters in your fam.

Happy Easter everyone!

1. Marshmallow Peep Martini
Although peeps become stale and overrated, this martini recipe is quite the opposite. To make this sweet drink, all you need are four simple ingredients: vodka, cream, vanilla syrup and sugar. To make, simply mix 1½ ounces of vodka, 1 ounce of cream and ½ ounce of vanilla syrup. Before serving, take the martini glass and dip the edges in some of the vanilla syrup, and then dip in sugar to rim the glass. Pour in the mixture, and you have got one sweet treat to sip on.

2. Caramel Cream Cocktail
Who doesn’t love a delicious Cadbury egg or ten? This creamy cocktail will give your sweet tooth everything it has been craving. To make this drink, you will need Bailey’s Irish cream, crème de cacao, cream, caramel sauce and hollow chocolate bunnies or eggs for serving. To make a drink, combine ¼ cup Bailey’s, 1 tablespoon crème de cacao and a ½ cup of cream. Then, pour into a hollow egg or bunny with the top cut off and top with caramel sauce for a mouthwatering, alcoholic dessert.

3. Pink Jelly Bean Drink
We all know that pink jelly beans are the best! This drink proves it with its fun color and a super sweet taste that will make you want to gulp it down fast. To make this drink, all you need is 1 ounce of vanilla vodka, 3 ounces of ginger ale and 1 teaspoon of grenadine. Serve over ice and add a few pink Jelly Beans on a cocktail pick to garnish the drink. Adults can still enjoy their favorite Easter candy with an alcoholic twist that is sure to get your taste buds chirping for more.

4. Bloody Mary Bar
For those who gag at just the sight of sugary drinks, making a bloody Mary bar for your Easter brunch may be the better choice. Simply set out a variety of vodkas, veggies such as celery, cherry tomatoes, olives and pickles and clamato and tomato juice. Also, have some sauces and spices like tabasco sauce or Worcestershire sauce, as well as pepper and celery salt to rim the glasses. Guests will enjoy making their own drinks, and everyone can have their favorite Bloody Mary.

5. Virgin Mimosas
Not every delicious cocktail includes alcohol. This Easter, create a non-alcoholic mimosa with three simple ingredients: orange juice, limeade or lemonade and sprite. To make this bubbly drink, fill a cup ¾ of the way with orange juice. Then, fill the final ¼ of the glass with the lemonade or limeade. Save a little room for a splash of sprite to add some bubbles. This drink can also be made in a large punch bowl for plenty of refills. It is sure to be a favorite of all ages.

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