The Butterscotch Mudslide Shake sounds like one of those sweet drinks for lightweights, but no. It’s got 6 ounces of alcohol, and even though they’re liqueurs and therefore not particularly high proof, this one still sneaks up on you. This drink is very sweet and rich, so obviously it’s a nice dessert substitute. Think of
Get out your blender! These drinks are made with ice cream, ice, nuts and other thick or solid ingredients that have to be blended until they're like a slushy or a shake.
It’s just like you’ve said it in your prayers: a raspberry cheesecake in the form of an alcoholic beverage. This is one seriously delicious, ice creamy treat! The Raspberry White Chocolate Cheesecake cocktail combines the flavors of raspberry, chocolate, vanilla and cream cheese (yes, it uses actual cream cheese) to create a drink that really
The Four Wheeler cocktail blends the flavors of coconut, orange, pineapple and dark rum. It’s thoroughly tropical in flavor, but this is definitely one drink you don’t have to serve in a pretty glass with umbrellas and fruit slices. It’s all about the taste. I think of this one as a wintertime alternative to a
Can’t decide whether you want ice cream or cookies? Or maybe even coffee? Fear not: the Kahlua Cookie cocktail solves your problems of indecision by throwing it all in a blender and pureeing it into a creamy, frothy treat. This is one of those wonderful Kahlua drinks that feels like a boozy milkshake for grown-ups.
The Caramel “J” is one of those drink recipes you might refer to as an alcoholic milkshake. The addition of a ripe banana makes it especially smooth and rich. It’s definitely dessert in a glass. Serve up the Caramel “J” at parties where you want to keep guests happy but prevent any serious inebriation. The