Have your cake and drink it too with this decadently delicious Chocolate Cupcake Cocktail!
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Since I am baking blogger, I decided to make a cocktail inspired by my favorite dessert… the cupcake! And since I can’t really put a cupcake in a cocktail… that’d be a mushy, crumbly mess… I took some of my favorite cupcake flavors and incorporated them into this cocktail.
Rainbow jimmies… check.
Chocolate syrup… check.
I am in love with whipped cream flavored vodka so I used that as well as a creamy chocolate liquor I found at the German store. I also put added amaretto for flavor and heavy cream for body and richness. (PS – You can sub any chocolate or cocoa flavored creamy liquor for what I used!)
This is a strong drink, so beware! And it is definitely a sipping drink, NOT a gulping drink. But, it’ is a super delicious, cupcake-inspired cocktail that will WOW your friends at your next party!
- 1/4 cup Vanilla frosting
- 1 cup Rainbow jimmies
- Chocolate syrup
- 1oz Whipped cream vodka
- 1oz Amaertto
- 1oz Chocolate cream liquor
- 1oz Heavy whipping cream
- Ice cubes
- Serving glass (I used a martini glass, but any glass you have could be used)
- Rim your serving glass with a generous amount of vanilla frosting. Make sure to get the inside, outside and top of the rim.
- Place rainbow jimmies into a flat bottomed, shallow bowl (or a small plate). Press frosted glass into the jimmies. You may need to move the jimmies around to ensure that all the frosting has be covered.
- On the inside of the glass, swirl chocolate syrup starting at the top and ending at the bottom of the glass.
- In a large glass, place the ice, whipped cream vodka, amaertto, chocolate cream liquor and heavy whipping cream. Stir with a spoon until well combined and chilled.
- Carefully strain into the prepared glass.
- Serve immediately.
Recipe originally from Grin & Bake It
Amount Per Serving Calories 0Total Fat 0g
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