But let us not forget drinking. Nothing goes with Easter brunch quite like an Easter cocktail. After all, this is often a family event, and where there’s family, there’s drama. And where there’s drama, there should be cocktails.
So even if your Easter Brunch plans are casual, you need a good, fast cocktail recipe on hand.
So what makes a good Easter cocktail? Think, light, spritzy, colorful, berry-ful. Champagne’s a common base, but you can get fancy with Prosecco, or simple with white wine. Or go creamy with half-and-half, vodka, and marshmallows. Yep. Here are some must-try recipes:
Limoncello Citrus Sangria
Courtesy of The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie. Pour some white wine in a pitcher. Add citrus. Top with limoncello. Could not be easier.
Speckled Egg Mimosas
Put some speckled egg candies in some champagne flutes. Add champagne. Drizzle simple syrup. Add blackberries and an edible flower for garnish. Beautiful. Thanks to The Effortless Chic!
Cranberry Pear Prosecco Cocktail
Via A Dish of Daily Life. Cranberry juice, pear nectar and Prosecco.
Blood Orange Ice Cocktail
Orange bitters, rose water, and Vermouth Blanc, topped off with ice made of blood orange juice. Courtesy of Style Me Pretty.
Blueberry Mojito Royale
From Domesticate Me, this one’s got Prosecco and Rum (yum!), with lime juice and blueberries and mint leaves.
Easter Strawberry Champagne
Rose champagne with strawberry puree sounds just like heaven, doesn’t it? Via The Speckled Palate.
Buzzed Peeps Easter Cocktail
From the Farm Girl Gabs, this cocktail is creamy and boozy. Toasted marshmallow syrup with half & half, cherry vodka, coconut rum, and marshmallow vodka. What?! Want. Now.
So whether your spring favorites are buzzy and berry-full, creamy and sweet, or pastel and bubbly, you are now set for the perfect, breezy brunch!