The only thing better than eating your way though an Easter basket is drinking your way through one, right? From chocolates to jelly beans to marshmallow Peeps, the contents of your Easter basket are just begging to be blended up with some mixers and maybe a shot of alcohol (or two) and consumed by an adult.
So, if you’re the type who likes to pick through a child’s Easter basket (no judgement), we asked our Culinary Content Network
of food bloggers what their favorite way to drink candy is. These five recipes are sweet, delicious, and oh-so joyful for spring.Boozy Peeps Milkshake
Want Easter candy literally in
your cocktail? Giggles, Gobbles, and Gulps
has your back with this outrageous Peeps milkshake. It’s dessert and a drink all in one!For the Boozy Peeps Milkshake recipe, click here.Cherry Cordial Candy Shots Glasses With Cherry Amaretto Whipped Cream
The saddest thing about a candy cocktail? You can’t consume the whole
thing. The House of Dee
solved that sad crisis with these sugary, pretty, edible shot glasses, which in this recipe are filled with cherry-flavored shots.For the Cherry Cordial Candy Shots Glasses With Cherry Amaretto Whipped Cream recipe, click here.Root Beer Martini
Remember those classic root beer barrel candies? Diary of a Mad Hausfrau
brought back those old school sweets for this all-root beer cocktail, which is filled with that sweet soda flavor.For the Root Beer Martini recipe, click here.Snickertini
Is there any candy more satisfying than a Snickers? We’re not so sure there is. No Spoon Necessary
took this scrumptious chocolate confection and translated it perfectly into a creamy, delicious cocktail.For the Snickertini recipe, click here.Sparkling Cherry Fizz
Fruit is nature’s candy, and Skinny Sweets Daily
embraces that with this bubbly mocktail. If you want to make this twist on a Shirley Temple alcoholic, we recommend adding in a shot of fruit-flavored vodka.For the Sparkling Cherry Fizz recipe, click here.