Her is my third of four posts I will be sharing about how you can use everyone's favorite marshmallow treat, Peeps, in baked goods recipes, holiday centerpiece decorations and favors -- just to name a few. Today, I will be sharing how Peeps can be added to drinks, including cocktails, to add fun and a festive feel to the glass. Feel free to try out each and every drink, and share with friends, family and pin to your Pinterest board. And, if you have a special drink you like making with Peeps, make sure you include comment below with a post to your recipe, or share your recipe below. I love trying out new recipes you share. :-) Hoppy Easter!!!
Peeps on straws by The Autocrat Haley. What a great idea!
Marshmallow Peep MartiniEven though we all have a love/hate relationship with those brightly colored marshmallow bunnies, you'll have nothing but love for this martini.
- 1-1/2 ounces fluffed marshmallow vodka
- 1/2 ounce vanilla syrup, plus extra for rim
- 1 ounce cream
- Pour a small amount of vanilla syrup onto one plate and sprinkle sugar onto another plate. Dip rim of glass in syrup and then into sugar to coat.
- Put vodka, syrup and cream in a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Strain into glass.
The Easter bunny is coming to you this year…by way of a Peep-stuffed jello shot!
We tried these Over the Top S'Mores Peep Shakes -- They are so good!!!
Mmm -- a Peeps Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake
Look at these oh so cute Bunny tini's. :-)
What a cute way to serve up fresh squeezed raspberry lemonade this spring/summer.
And, this site is dedicated to Peeps-inspired alcoholic drinks, including the following:
So, as the kids enjoy their basket full of Peeps and treats, enjoy knowing that when they go to bed, you and your sweetie can sneak a few and make a couple of the cocktails or beverages above to enjoy together. :-)
Disclosure: I was sent Peeps samples from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. The views above are mine and mine alone.