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Cotton Candy Cocktail

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  • Prep 5min
  • Total5min
  • Servings2

A simple cocktail that actually tastes like cotton candy! The presentation is just as impressive and fun as the drink.MORE+LESS-

BySugar and Charm

Updated March 7, 2017



large bag cotton candy (any flavor)


bottle marshmallow vodka


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    Fill a glass with fluffy cotton candy and place them on a serving tray.

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    Pour one ounce (2 tablespoons) vodka over the cotton candy. Top with sparkling water and add ice. The cotton candy will melt immediately and sweeten the cocktail to taste like, well, cotton candy!

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    Garnish with a cotton candy drink stick.

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  • I just adore this drink! It actually tastes like cotton candy, but it's refreshing at the same time. It's also one of the easiest cocktail recipes I've ever made and the presentation is just as fun as the actual cocktail itself.Fill a glass with your favorite flavor of cotton candy (I chose candy cane). Pour one ounce marshmallow vodka over the top and watch the cotton candy melt instantly. Then fill the glass halfway with sparkling water. Fill the rest with ice and garnish with a cotton candy drink stick. A cute way to make the stirrers is by taking a wooden stick, then placing a ball of cotton candy on the top.I like the idea of placing several glasses filled with fluffy cotton candy (use a variety of colors) on a tray. Next to it place the bottle of sparkling water, marshmallow vodka and a bucket of ice. That way your guests can have a great time making their own cocktails.



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