Friday, March 29, 2013

Chocolate Bunny Martini

Chocolate Bunny Martini
5 shots out of 5



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The countdown continues, we have 2 days left until Easter.  


Today is Friday (thankfully), and the kids are now "officially" on spring break!  


It will definitely be nice having them home all week.  It will also be nice being able to NOT set our alarms......well, all of us except for my husband that is.


I gave tonight's cocktail 5 shots out of 5.  


Um, YUM!!  


I found this cocktail at the same place I found last night's cocktail, at As Socialiving (removed link as website is no longer there 3/21/2017) .  


This cocktail, to me, tastes like an "adult" chocolate milk.  I know that they actually sell something called Adult Chocolate Milk (or something like that) at the stores (haven't tried it yet) and I would imagine......or I guess I would desperately hope, that it would taste like this!  


This cocktail is not too chocolately (which I like), but it is chocolately enough for you to know what you're drinking.  I think I may make myself another one of these real soon!



Here is a photo of the end result:

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Here is a photo of the ingredients:

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Here is the recipe for a Chocolate Bunny Martini:

  • 1 1/2 oz chocolate liqueur
  • 1 1/2 oz dark creme de cacao
  • 1/2 oz vodka
  • chocolate shavings

Rim your martini glass with your chocolate shavings.  In a shaker, add ice and your chocolate liqueur, dark creme de cacao and vodka.  Shake and strain into your rimmed martini glass and enjoy!


I am feeling a bit more prepared for Easter dinner now.......especially after I had tonight's cocktail!

Cheers!!

The Cocktail Lady

6 comments:

  1. I may have to make this cocktail this weekend. It sounds delicious! I'm thinking of tweaking it a bit and changing the plain vodka to marshmallow vodka...maybe a Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow Bunny? Hmm...now I need some chocolate liqueur!

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    1. OH, that sounds delicious!!! Please let me know how it is if you do try it that way. YUM!! Maybe I should try it too? =)

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  2. Holy Cow! That's a great cocktail! I had to make mine a "white chocolate bunny" because I only had godiva white chocolate liqueur. And I used vanilla vodka. It was awesome! Thank you so much for continuing your blog, I get great inspiration from you!

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    1. Oh my! That sounds super yummy!! I may have to try that one too! Thanks for the idea =)

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    1. Thank You Marla and Thank You for stopping by!

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