Fuzzy Bunny Cocktails
Are you looking for a tasty cocktail perfect for serving at your Easter brunch? Well look no further than the Fuzzy Bunny Cocktails, aka the Carrot Mary, a savory yet sweet for the perfect Easter treat.
What’s up doc? Honestly,I think most people think of Mimosas when hosting a brunch. Which I have to say, I do love a good Mimosa. I have several great recipes and varieties you should try from my New Year’s Eve Champagne Bar post, in case you prefer to stick with the Mimosa game plan. However for me, I always like to mix things up a bit, and keep people guessing what will she do next? So this year I am make an Easter twist on a Bloody Mary, by using carrot juice instead of tomato juice,which is why I call them Carrot Mary’s. V8 brand offers several great carrot juice based mixers that add fruit fusions of passion fruit, mango or pineapple juices. These add a nice touch of sweetness to drink and actually makes these bunch time cocktails have a sweeter taste which I found similar to a mimosa. We tried both of these varieties and while I preferred the pineapple, passion fruit version my husband liked the peach mango version better, go figure lol. So I guess it really just depends on your personal taste preferences.
- 1/2 Bottle V8 Pineapple Passion Fruit Juice
- 1/2 Bottle V8 Peach Mango Juice
- 3 cups Tito's Vodka
- 6 mini carrots peeled to garnish
- 1 Bunch Cilantro (optional)
- 1 Liter Sprite
- Mix the two refrigerated juices together, into a large pitcher.
- Add Vodka. A good tip is that, I like to keep my Vodka in the freezer, to keep it good in cold. This is a little bit of a time saver.
- Fill serving glasses with ice.
- Pour juice mix over ice filing 1/2 of glass.
- Top with Sprite to fill glass.
- Garnish with carrot stick and cilantro (optional)
I decided to toss in these quick homemade bunny tail stir sticks, which are so simple to make. They are essentially just a coffee stir sticks or you can use a popsicle stick and a fluffed up cotton ball. All you do is glue the cotton ball into the end of the stick, and viola bunny tail. So easy and simple, but it really adds a festive detail in a pinch with things you may already have around your home. Be sure to check out our full Easter menu and tablescape at A Traditional Easter Egg Roll.
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I’m so so so happy I can’t across this. This looks delicious and I’m so excited to make this for Easter!!
These are so adorable! I love the homemade stir sticks!
I have everything except for v8. Forget Easter, I’m makkng this tonight lol 😂
So cute!!! Thanks for sharing!
These are so cute! I bet you throw the best party’s!
What a creative idea!! I love it when cocktails look innocent.;)
These looks delicious 😄 Will defiantly be making a couple over Easter! The vibrant colour is gorgeous
These drinks look beautiful and perfect for an Easter brunch. I’ll be saving this idea for sure. Thanks so much!
That stir stick adds the cutest touch to this beverage. The drink sounds pretty darn good, love both the fruit juices so might have to give this a try tonight!
This is so cute! The recipe is super easy too! Perfect for a lazy Easter morning.
Thank you for creating such a fun themed cocktail for Easter 🙂 Pinning for later.
Very nice post and I love the way these sweet little cocktails look. How cute!
What a tasty drink idea I love that you did this for Easter but it would still be good year round. Great way to drink Veggie juice with a kick.
Another yummy recipe Jennifer! Have a fantastic week and wonderful Easter with your family!
Thank you so much Lisa! Hope you have a great Easter too!
Thanks for the recipe, these sound yum! Plus, super cute decoration ideas!
Enjoying your Easter bunny menu ideas! This is so colorful and looks so cute too
These are adorable, truly a sweet idea for a Easter drink for all ages big and small. I got to try this one.
These are so cute, you are unbelievably creative! I love the addition of the carrot- my kids would like these made with orange crush.
I don’t think I have to wait for Easter to make this! I love the presentation! Fun and cool!
Yumm this looks so good! I love passion fruit so much, I totally gotta make this one!
That is a fun idea Orange Crush, or even add Sprite or 7Up into the Carrot/Pineapple juice it taste good that way too and adds some veggies and fruit.
This cocktail is both tasty and a cute way to celebrate the Easter holiday. Cheers!
These are so cute! Such a fun cocktail idea for the easter holiday!
Nice blog here, also your website loads up so fast! These little bunny cocktails are so cute for Easter thanks!
Holy YUM these look sooo tasty for Easter I got to pin them for later!