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Italian wedding cake martini

  • Sweet
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 1
  • Easy



This is a delicious recipe which requires vanilla vodka, white cream and a little bit of pineapple juice. There are surprisingly few ingredients required for the preparation of the Italian wedding cake martini, which makes for a simple shake. It is incredibly delectable and definitely worth a try.Enjoy a refreshing glass of cold martini cocktail post your workout with smart water bottles from Vaya!

Health benefits

Rich in vitamins, beneficial enzymes and powerful antioxidants, the Italian wedding cake martini can provide a boost to the immune system, help to build strong boons and prevent indigestion. There is also a high amount of manganese and fiber in the dish which can help to mitigate constipation in many individuals. If you use pineapple juice to moisten the martini glasses, then it can also help to reduce the risk of macular degeneration which affects the eyesight of people.

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How to Make Italian wedding cake martini

  • Combine the ingredients and ice in a cocktail shaker
  • Shake it briefly, but vigorously, just enough for the mixture to blend right.
  • Pour into a martini glass.
  • Moisten the rims of the martini glasses with the pineapple juice. Shake off and dip into the cake mixture.


  • The Martini is one of the most widely consumed cocktail, tracing its roots back to as early as 1862.
  • The popularity of gin has waned over the years and the original recipe has been lost in time, changing considerably during the centuries.
  • When it comes to cakes, Queen Victoria was one of the first people to have pure white icing on her wedding cake.
  • It used to be called bridal pie, but the name was changed to wedding cake.
  • The largest wedding cake ever had about 10,000 pounds of cake batter and over 4800 pounds of frosting. It stood at 17 feet tall and weighed over 15,000 pounds.
  • The first wedding cake ever was composed of loaves of bread.
  • The tallest ever cake is over 26 feet tall.
  • It wasn’t until the 1950s that cake toppers became popular, when couples started to use them on their wedding cakes.
  • Italians eat a bread cake known as il panettone, at Christmas.
  • At Easter, Italians have a tradition of eating a special bread cake which is in the shape of a dove. It is called La Colomba.

Amanda Russo

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