Make this Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot at happy hour, for New Year’s Eve, or a dessert cocktail! Dessert cocktails are what make the party special!
Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot
There are shots and then there are dessert shots.
Two totally different things as I’m sure you know, but the word “shots” doesn’t always mean tequila and a lime in my house. Sometimes it is just that – and sometimes it’s a shot like this Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot that even your grandma will like.
When your having a party with family especially, I bet you’ll have a variety of ages there like we do. From grandma all the way down to the little guys, you have to have food and drinks for everyone.
And if you’re around our family parties at all, you’ll see that the grandma’s and grandpa’s we have in our family would never turn down one of these shots.
They might even be grabbing the shaker from me, our parents know how to party.
New Year’s Eve Cocktails
The rim for this Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot is extra important, we’re talking a fun festive New Year’s Eve drink here. Chopped almonds and chocolate syrup give you that toffee texture while the drink inside goes down extra smooth.
Don’t be afraid to mix up the ingredients here, too. You could use caramel syrup instead of the chocolate or even mix them both together! Almonds aren’t your thing? Use walnuts or peanuts…anything you have in the house.
Make sure you keep turning that shot glass around to get all the tasty rim off these glasses as you drink. No shooting required for these, you can sip them like a fancy after dinner drink…or bottoms up when the ball drops.
Pick your method.
Can You Make These Shots Ahead Of Time?
Make a whole shaker of these shots ahead of time so you can serve this Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot in large quantities.
You can even rim the glasses ahead of time too so they’re all set to go. Because who wants to be in the kitchen rimming shot glasses while the party is going on!
Looking For More Holiday Cocktails?
Make this Chocolate Toffee Crunch Shot at happy hour, for New Year’s celebrations or after dinner for a dessert cocktail!
- 2 ounces Bailey’s Irish Cream
- 1 1/2 ounces Chocolate vodka
- 1 ounce Kahlua
- 1 ounce Amaretto
- Chocolate syrup and chopped walnuts for rimming the glasses
Pour the chocolate syrup onto a shallow plate and the chopped nuts on another plate.
Dip the rim of a shot glass first into the syrup and then into the walnuts, turning to coat the rim completely.
Repeat with the other shot glass.
Add the Irish cream, vodka, Kahlua and Amaretto to a shaker filled with ice and shake until frothy.
Pour into the rimmed shot glasses and serve.
This recipe can be easily doubled and tripled for a party!
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