Your Favorite Desserts. In Liquid Form. With Booze.
Categories: Cocktails

Your Favorite Desserts. In Liquid Form. With Booze.

If you like sweet treats as much as we do, you search for ways to drink as well as eat them. Some of these recipes might be reminiscent of desserts you’ve baked, but here’s a chance to reinvent your favorites in liquid form with one key ingredient: booze. These cocktails are certain to bring smiles to their tasters’ faces, whether you’re hosting a rockin’ party or just getting a few friends together. Feeling parched? We’ve got your sweet tooth covered.

1. Spiked Rice Krispie Treat Shake Shooters: A go-to snack from childhood, these shooters offer the comfort of Rice Krispies in adult form. Can you say no to marshmallows and milkshakes? We can’t either. (via How Sweet Eats)

2. Raspberry Creme Brulee Cocktail: These little beauties have some hidden ingredients that not only happen to be personal favorites, they promise to pack a punch. You’d never guess behind this tempting shade of pink lies creme de menthe and creme de cocoa. (via Jelly Toast)

3. Grown Up Pumpkin Pie Shake: Here’s another dessert fave turned milkshake. Bourbon and festive sprinkles are included. Need we say more? (via How Sweet Eats)

4. Spicy Beer Cocktail: What? You don’t think beer is dessert. Well, it is. Here’s a way to spice up a good old-fashion brew. (via Apt 2B Baking Co.)

5. Vodka and Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream Float: The inventor of this tantalizing goodie makes this float when she needs to “get girly with it.” Amen to that. (via Take a Megabite)

6. Rhubarb Mojitos: Rhubarb crumble, come at us. Combining two summer flavors, this mixture is bound to bring a little sunshine to any mood. (via Not Without Salt)

7. Mini Guinness Brownie Floats: Anyone can be a beer person when it’s mixed with chocolate brownie ice cream, right?  If you’re looking for an escape from liquor, this pairing will give you more of a buzz from the chocolate than from the alcohol. (via Jelly Toast)

9. S’moretini: A feature on our favorite cocktails of 2012, here’s yet another way to make s’mores even more irresistible. (via Brit + Co.)

10. Candy Apple Hot Buttered Rum: Okay, we haven’t actually ever had a candied apple, but cider is a staple during the cold weather.  This cider is spiked and includes lots and lots of butter, making it a staple of, well, anytime. (via Joy the Baker)

Which sugary concoction has your taste buds melting? Let us know how you’re drinking your dessert in the comments below.