Do you make festive, delicious dessert cocktails all year long?
You’d like to, wouldn’t you?
Well if you are like me, you know the holidays are a time to indulge, and not just a little! So bring them on!
Your Christmas parties will be more festive with these delicious holiday cocktails.
Set up your bar in a separate area where all your guests can sample more than one! CHEERS!
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Gingerbread Eggnog Recipe - How to Make a Gingerbread Eggnog Holiday Cocktail
The Gingerbread Eggnog Cocktail screams dessert for the Holidays!. Be careful this is not only delicious but pretty strong. Ignore the calories in the eggnog and whipped cream, they are canceled by the vodka and ice. -
Have you ever tasted homemade Eggnog? Super easy and a game-changer for this creamy cocktail. We love Rumchata in our morning weekend coffee all year and we love eggnog. so this was a cocktail we had to try. - So glad we did!
Best Apple Cider Old Fashioned Recipe - How to Make Apple Cider Old Fashioneds
Even if you have never had an Old Fashion, you won't be sorry you included this on your beverage list. The apple cider makes this Old Fashion perfect for the holidays. It's easy to make and is a "sipper" for sure.
The Mistletoe Cocktail is festive and refreshing. Don't leave out the sprig of rosemary and cranberries. This cocktail does take a few minutes of prep time, so I plan on serving it with a smaller group of guests.
What makes this eggnog cocktail so special and different from the others? Well, it includes homemade egg nog, homemade amaretto, and toppings that include caramel, chocolate, whipped cream, and cherries.
I love the suggestion to make this cocktail in a pitcher, have the chocolate, and caramel available for guests to rim their own glasses and then add toppings while you pour.
How pretty is this cocktail? If you like rum, you are going to love this drink that includes white and coconut rum, and coconut milk!
Add some lime, sparkling water and that's it. Well not quite. Top the cocktail with pomegranate arils a little mint, and you have yourself a Christmas Mojito.
Everyone will love this Hot Chocolate drink that includes peppermint and vodka.
Guests top their cocktails with whipped cream and crushed peppermint.
I want to offer this yummy drink to children, so I plan on serving the vodka on the side as well.
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Are you hosting a brunch? Well, a Mimosa is perfect of course. Add some pomegranate juice, and a sprig of rosemary and there you have a holiday cocktail perfect for brunch or with breakfast? Maybe.
These are so easy to make, I plan on setting out the ingredients and letting my friends help themselves to seconds. - Nice friend huh?
So by now, you may have guessed I enjoy a good specialty martini. Well, how could you not make a Sugar Cookie Martini at Christmas?
Only 3 ingredients and tastes just like a sugar cookie.
I learned a new trick here. When you rim your glass with sugar, dip it in light corn syrup instead of water!! How is that for brilliant?
I love Sangria and I plan on making this for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's Day and my birthday.
You can make this ahead of time but make a double batch. Feel free to use white wine, but I plan on red ( Cabernet Sauvignon)
Oh ya, don't forget all the fruit!!!
Do you need a new cocktail to decorate the tree? I'm going with this one. There are some surprise key ingredients that make this a perfect martini to sip on while you watch the lights twinkle on the tree.
I will tell you that the crumbles you see on the top are GINGERBREAD COOKIES!
You will have to check out the recipe to find all the other ingredients that make this cocktail perfect for dessert too.
Best White Christmas Margarita Recipe - How to Make White Christmas Margaritas
Margaritas for Christmas? For sure. But it needs to look and taste festive.
What could you blend with tequila to make a festive holiday margarita?
Find out, get out the ice, and don't forget the garnishes!
Chocolate Martinis are a specialty of mine. Read the recipe for lots of tips and ingredients to make a delicious martini.
However, I think you really have to try mine. Go ahead and rim your glasses with crushed peppermint.
In a martini shaker add 1 shot of Godiva Dark Chocolate Liqueur, 1 shot of Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur, and finally 1 shot of Vanilla Vodka.
Shake with some ice and then strain the martini into your glass.
This is kind of expensive, so you might want to make these just for yourself and hide the bottles so you can make more later.