Chocolate liqueur, milk and cream make this shooter a fun and delicious way to get the party started!
Recipe for Ice Chocolate Shooters by Anisa Sabet for The Macadames.
Today’s recipe has a pretty funny story. It’s no surprise that I am well & truly addicted to buying props, props & more props! I scour Etsy, eBay, antique stores and big chain stores almost daily for vintage or new items that would look pretty in photos. I entertain a lot too, and often use my props for actually serving people food, which is how I mostly justify it to myself.
I saw these copper mugs on Etsy and was dreaming up all the cozy things like decadent (boozy!) hot chocolates, spiced apple cider and mulled plum wine to name a few. When the mugs arrived I laughed so hard, they were so teeny tiny that they could be used for nothing other than condiments (not even sure what?) and shooters (or a shot!).
I found an ancient unopened bottle of chocolate liqueur (what is it even used for?) and thought this, along with some milk and cream would make a nice girly, creamy and delicious shot that even I could do. I topped mine with a dash of Frangelico, some whipped cream and a dusting of chocolate powder (I had to make it pretty) and it was actually really delicious. So delicious in fact, I did all four of them (ha!) and now I am tipsy. Someone has to do it right?
If you’re getting ready to go on a night out, these little shooters would be a great way to get the party started! Bottoms up!
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What you need:
- 4 x shooter glasses
Ingredients (makes 4):
- 60ml chocolate liqueur
- 60ml milk
- Dash Frangelico liqueur
- To serve: whipped cream, chocolate powder
1. Pour half a shot of milk into each glass, followed by half a shot of chocolate liqueur, then top with a dash of Frangelico & some whipped cream and a dusting of chocolate powder.
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For another similar recipe, try my maple and orange old fashioned.
Or my rhubarb mint julep.
Anisa – The Macadames. xx