Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cocktail Shooters


Hey Slow Roasters, it’s LADIES NIGHT!  We have been noticing the signs of fall creeping up on us, the sun is setting earlier, the temps are dropping below 80 at night and I have cookies on the brain. I could probably do an entire cookie month with all the cookies I am wanting to bake.

Chad the revolutionary and first rate cocktail artist that he’s, designed

this fabulous Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cocktail just to satisfy my cookie cravings.  He served these up in adorable little shooter glasses with a cookie on top.  Talk about party perfect presentation.  These may find their way to my Christmas party this year.

This is an amazing creamy chocolate cocktail with smooth and rich caramel highlights throughout.  You are going to love this!  Remember… you can skip the shooter glasses and pour these into martini glasses (serves 2 martini glasses).

Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook – we have a virtual Ladies Night party every Thursday.  Come and link up your favorite cocktail or dish!  Fabulous cocktails, fantastic food and amazing company.  It is THE place to be on Thursdays!

Check out these scrumptious chocolate cocktails! Click the image or the link, they will open in a new window.  Enjoy!

The Roasted Almond Cocktail is an almond, coffee and caramel cocktail to warm your senses on a cool fall night!  It reminds me of my favorite ice cream bar from the Good Humor ice cream man.  The Toasted Almond Bar.  Incredible!  You have to try this.

The Peanut Butter Cup Delight Cocktail is like a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup in a glass. Ladies night or any night it is perfectly divine.

Chocolate Caramel Cookie Cocktail Shooters

serves 4 shooters

2 1/2 of oz Creme de Cacao

1 half of ozButterscotch Schnapps

1 ounce Frangelico Hazelnut liqueur

1 ounce Meyers darkish rum

2 ounces International Delight French Vanilla Creamer


chocolate cookies for garnish

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine all ingredients (except cookies), shake well.  Pour into shooter glasses, garnish with a cookie and serve.


Click here for a printable model of this recipe – The Slow Roasted Italian.Com

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