Candy Flavored Vodka

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Maya Turnor

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@MayaBCookin

yum yum just use a sugar candy Gummy Bears, candy cane, skittles, lemon heads...the options are endless.

Just make sure if there are multiple colors in a candy like skittles, gummy bears and such you separate the colors. If you don't it won't be pretty.

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Ingredients

How to Make Candy Flavored Vodka

Step-by-Step

  1. Start by separating each color of Skittle into it’s own jar.
  2. Pour 1.5 cups of vodka into each mason jar. Put a lid on each jar and give it a few shakes.
  3. Allow to sit for 1-3 days, shake whenever you would like to help dissolve the sugar.
  4. When ready to use or chill, strain each jar through cheesecloth or an old t-shirt to get the funk out. I strain them into a bowl and pour the contents right back in the Mason jars.
  5. Red is really good mixed with Club Soda.

    Yellow/Green/Orange is great with a lemon-lime soda.

    Purple…well, I’m not a fan. So, um, maybe some grape soda? Or throw it at the most handsome man in your house and scream “Ew, drink it or something. Ugh!”

    Any way you shake it, Skittle Vodka is glorious. It got me through part of this past winters’ blizzard and I’ll love it forever.

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Course/Dish: Cocktails




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