Recipe File: Sweet Treats

Dessert cocktails are the perfect way to get creative at your bar and an even better way to upsell to your guests, who want to try something new. Forget serving dessert after dinner, and entice your guest's sweet tooth with these treats.

 


Coconut DreamCoconut Dream
Created by Dana M. Bruner, The Perfect Purée of Napa Valley.

1 ounce Culinary Traditions Coconut, thawed
½ ounce amaretto
1 ½ ounces chocolate liqueur
a tsp. Culinary Traditions Key Lime Concentrate, thawed

Add all ingredients into a glass filled with ice. Shake vigorously in a Boston shaker for 10 seconds. Strain into a Martini glass, and garnish with a sprinkle of cocoa powder.


Peanutty Chocolate ShakePeanutty Chocolate Shake
Courtesy of the National Peanut Board.

2 cups Haagan-Dazs Vanilla Ice Cream
1/8 cup chocolate sauce
½ cup whole milk
1/8 cup peanut protein powder
1 tsp. creamy peanut butter
2 Tbsp. whipped cream, optional

Combine all ingredients, except whipped cream, in blender; puree until very smooth. Transfer to a large glass, top with whipped cream and serve.


Russian Standard Apple Pie
Courtesy of Russian Standard Vodka.

1 ½ ounces Russian Standard Vodka a

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