Easter is this weekend and so is your Sunday brunch. Enjoy these light, refreshing cocktails to accompany your meal or as a sweet way to end your holiday.
Tropical, creamy and festive, this cocktail is sure to bring some flair to your brunch table. The recipe calls for a fluffy shredded coconut rim and a marshmallow that imitates a springtime bunny. The classic but cute lime and coconut margarita will be a hit at your celebration.
Enjoy this brightly colored drink while the kids in the family run around hunting Easter eggs. Best served as an adult dessert for its sweetness, this drink is concocted of marshmallow vodka, fresh lemon, Blue Curacao, Sprite and simple syrup with a blue Peep and sugared rim for garnish. This recipe can be easily manipulated to change Peep colors.
This classic brunch drink takes an Easter spin by replacing the tomato juice with bright orange carrot juice and homemade, parsley-infused vodka. The vodka needs to be prepped a couple days in advance to ensure all of the taste seeps into the vodka. The Bunny Mary drink is the perfect spring drink and it feels healthy to sip all day long.
For the chocolate lovers at the party, Cadbury chocolates are the epitome of Easter candy. With only four ingredients, these shots can be whipped up quickly for the whole party to enjoy. Simply cut the top off Cadbury eggs and scoop the crème filling into a pitcher. Add vodka,Kahlua and milk. Pour the mixture back into the egg shell and serve.
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