Cherry Marshmallow Cocktail Recipe

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Easter Bunny Peeps Cocktail

Easter Bunny Peeps Cocktail

Serve your guests a Peeps-inspired cocktail as the signature drink at your Easter party.

Ingredients:

pink bunny-shaped Peeps marshmallow candies (one for each drink)
2 ounces cherry brandy
1 ounce triple sec
splash of cream

Instructions:

Pour ingredients and ice into a cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously. Strain into a champagne glass, and garnish with a pink bunny Peeps.

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