The Blushing Bunny Easter Cocktail is a delightful and fun Holiday dessert drink. Are you looking for the perfect Easter cocktail to impress your friends? Look no further than this easy chocolate raspberry recipe. With only three ingredients, it is fast, easy and super cute!
Easy Easter Cocktail Recipe
When I saw the chocolate bunnies hit the store shelves, I knew I had to make my own version of an Easter cocktail. This recipe is super easy having only three ingredients and a simple garnish. With only a few basic skills, you can master this recipe and impress your friends and family this Easter.
Chocolate Bunny Cocktail
This cocktail was modeled after the Easter Bunny and his chocolate counterparts. The chocolate rabbits I found on our shelves were both white chocolate and milk chocolate with little pink bows. I knew I had to come up with a boozy beverage with a pretty pink twist.
I used milk as my base and then built in white chocolate liqueur, or milk chocolate liqueur, depending on which version of the chocolate bunny I was going for.
Then added raspberry liqueur for the blush color and flavor. The delicious taste of the raspberry with chocolate is a classic and this combination in a cocktail is just as scrumptious as you might imagine it would be.
Note that colors will vary depending on the brands of liqueur you choose.
Unique Cocktail Recipe
There are many Easter cocktail recipes, but none quite like this one. I wanted to create something unique for you to really “wow” your guests. This cocktail is unique in both it’s combination of ingredients and in the added garnish of a full chocolate rabbit!
Carve the Chocolate Bunny
The garnish on the rim of this cocktail is none other than a chocolate rabbit itself. I picked the smallest chocolate bunnies I could find from the store.
In order to get them to sit on the rim, choose a space in the middle of the bunny, near wherever the arms are molded in, and carve a notch into the bunny. Continue to shave off small pieces until the bunny sits comfortable on the rim without tipping.
How to make an Easter Cocktail
In clean glasses, layer your milk of choice with your chocolate liqueur. Don’t worry about mixing it perfectly. Next, use either a straw (like I did) or a spoon, or a steady hand, to pour in the raspberry liquor. It is important to get the raspberry liqueur to the bottom of the glass without pouring it all the way through the middle of your other ingredients. That will distort the color. You want just a little blush on the bottom of the glass.
Once you have the raspberry liqueur at the bottom, simply give a little flick of a stir with a straw or stir stick to have it “blush” the bottom of the glass. Your guests can stir it more once they receive it if they want to.
Affix the bunny garnish to the rim of your glasses and serve cold. Encourage your guests to take a bit of bunny and a sip of the blushing beverage for a cold, creamy treat!
Blushing Bunny Easter Cocktail
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- 1.5 Ounces White Chocolate or Milk Chocolate Liqueur 1 shot glass
- 1.5 Ounces Raspberry Liqueur 1 shot glass
- 6 Ounces Milk We used whole milk today, you can use the type of milk you prefer
- 1 Chocolate Rabbit
- Carve your chocolate rabbit so it will sit on the rim of your glass.
- In a highball glass, add milk, then chocolate liqueur of choice.
- Next, add raspberry liqueur to the bottom either using a straw, spoon, or pouring at a 45% angle.
- Finally, garnish with your chocolate rabbit.