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2018
This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a martini recipe that can be served for dessert

Mississippi Mud Pie Martini

Shake up this Mississippi Mud Pie Martini at your next party instead of dessert! Boozy, chocolate dessert drinks are always a hit!

Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a creamy, chocolate dessert martini recipe

Desserts like Mississippi Mud Pie are things that everyone has heard of, but have you actually made one?

Or even tasted one?

For me that would be a no. It looks delicious, I’ve seen many different recipes for it but have never actually set out to make it.

This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a cocktail version of the chocolate dessert recipe

But drinks…that’s a whole different thing. Cocktails, especially dessert cocktails seem so much easier to make (for me at least) than a whole dessert recipe.

If you give me a no bake dessert recipe than yes – you might have a chance of me trying that out. Baking a whole layer cake on the other hand – not so much.

In comes the best chocolate martini recipe you’ve ever tasted.

This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a boozy, dessert martini recipe

You’re going to get the same flavors here in these¬†Mississippi Mud Pie Martini, but even better with a boozy kick from RumChata that makes this martini super creamy and delicious.

The best part about this chocolate martini recipe is the crust-like chocolate bottom just like a mud pie would be.

Only better.

You can use your favorite chocolate cookies, but use plain ones without that cream center. Just a crispy, chocolate wafer that will easily crumble up for the bottom of these shooters.

By the time you do get to the bottom of this drink the cookie crust at the bottom will be booze-infused with the delicious cocktail on top.

Mississippi Mud Pie Martini has a chocolate crust in the bottom of the glass, just like the pie

So please don’t leave it behind. Whatever doesn’t come out while you’re drinking, grab a spoon and finish the rest!

This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is totally party friendly too. So make these up ahead of time and keep them right in the fridge. Finish them off with a few chocolate shavings right before serving…

And you know the rest.

This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a martini recipe that can be served for dessert

This chocolate martini recipe is a sweeter martini, yes. But don’t think that means that they don’t pack a punch.

Not only are they boozy, but they are rich and crazy delicious.

This Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a martini version of the chocolate dessert recipe

So if you’re wondering if these martinis can actually be swapped out for dessert? One sip should be all the answer you need!

 

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Mississippi Mud Pie Martini is a creamy, chocolate martini

Mississippi Mud Pie Martini

  • Author: Dan
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2
  • Category: Cocktails
  • Method: Shaker
  • Cuisine: American

Description

A delicious, chocolate martini that can be served for happy hour cocktails or even dessert!


Ingredients

For the Martini:

4 ounces RumChata

3 ounces vodka

2 ounces kahlua

1 ounce chocolate syrup

For the Crust:

6 chocolate cookie wafers (any plain chocolate cookie)

2 tablespoons chocolate syrup

For Garnish:

4 tablespoon chocolate shavings (use a peeler and shave a chocolate bar)


Instructions

Crush the cookies in a plastic bag.

Pour into a bowl and mix together with the chocolate syrup. Divide the cookie mixture in half and spoon into each martini glass.

Add the ingredients for the martini into a cocktail shaker only half filled with ice cubes.

Shake well and divide equally into each martini glass.

Top with chocolate shavings and serve.

Keywords: martini, dessert martini, chocolate martini recipe, martini recipes, rumchata martini, rumchata recipes, new years cocktails, new years eve food

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