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A #SpringSweetsWeek G & T #Sponsored

This recipe is intended for individuals ages 21 & up. Please drink responsibly.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of SprinklePop, PEEPS, and Melissa's Produce, 
sponsors of #SpringSweetsWeekI received complimentary product for the purpose of review and recipe development,
but all opinions are honest and they are my own. This page may contain affiliate links.

Here we are at Day Five of #SpringSweetsWeek. You can read more about the prizes and enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post. Today I will be sharing a recipe made with items from several of our event sponsors, including: SprinklePop and PEEPS®.* But first, all of today's posts...


A #SpringSweetsWeek G & T
It's Friday! So, I opted to post a #SpringSweetsWeek version of one of my favorite cocktails: the gin and tonic. And I made it festive by rimming my glass with the Cottontail Confetti sprinkle mix from SprinklePop and a PEEPS® garnish. Going back to event sponsor PEEPS®' question of Team Chicks and Team Bunnies, I am solidly #PEEPSBunnies. Sorry, Chicks, you didn't sit on my glass as well.

Ingredients

Cocktail
  • 2 ounces gin
  • 3 to 4 ounces tonic
  • 2 to 3 lime wedges (I used Key limes from Melissa's Produce)
  • ice

Garnish
  • sprinkles (I used the Cottontail Confetti from SprinklePop)
  • PEEPS® (I used a bunny)

Procedure
Pour sprinkles out onto a small plate. Moisten the rim of your glass and press it gently into the sprinkles. Fill the glass with ice.

Pour in the gin. Squeeze in lime wedges and discard the peels. Pour in tonic water. Stir to combine. Garnish with a PEEP.


The Giveaway*
Click to read all about the prizes at my kick-off post: A PEEP Into Upcoming #SpringSweetsWeek.

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This recipe is intended for individuals ages 21 & up. Please drink responsibly.
Thank you #SpringSweetsWeek Sponsors: Dixie Crystals, Swiss Diamond, Nancy’s Yogurt, Barlean’s, Sprinkle Pop, PEEPS, Melissa’s Produce, and Adams Extracts for providing the prizes free of charge. These companies also provided the bloggers with samples and product to use for #SpringSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are my own. The #SpringSweetsWeek giveaway is open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older.   All entries for the winner will be checked and verified. By entering you give the right to use your name and likeness. The number of entries received determines the odds of winning. Six (6) winners will be selected. The prize packages will be sent directly from the giveaway sponsors. The #SpringSweetsWeek Bloggers are not responsible for the fulfillment or delivery of the prize packages. Bloggers hosting this giveaway and their immediate family members in their household cannot enter or win the giveaway. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter or any other social channel mentioned in the #SpringSweetsWeek posts or entry.

Comments

  1. Very cute! So festive for spring. And the bunnies were definitely the right choice!

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