This sugar cookie cocktail tastes just like a boozy sugar cookie! This dessert cocktail is sweet with a pronounced vanilla flavor that when paired with the frosting and sprinkle rimmed glass allows you to sugar cookie like an adult. It's the perfect Christmas drink for any holiday party.
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Sugar Cookie Cocktail
I don't know about you but I LOVE a sweet adult beverage. The hardest part about drinking this sugar cookie cocktail is trying to remember that there's alcohol in it. It's so good!
I whipped up some fresh sour cream sugar cookies this morning just to photograph with my sugar cookie cocktail recipe. I don't have a sour cream sugar cookie recipe on the blog yet, so after another test run of this recipe I'll post that as well. Yayyyy! We all love sugar cookie recipes.
How to Make a Sugar Cookie Cocktail
- Grab your Joyjolt Stella Glass and rim it with frosting and festive sprinkles.
- Add ice and all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker.
- Shake it for 15 seconds!
- Fill the glass the ice.
- Strain the sugar cookie cocktail into the glass.
- Pipe a swirl of whipped cream and add sprinkles.
What's in this Sugar Cookie Cocktail Recipe
To get the sugar cookie flavor, I used a frosted sugar cookie coffee creamer.
The alcohol that I used to pair with the coffee creamer was a vanilla vodka and a vanilla Irish cream liqueur.
To keep the sugar cookie cocktail creamy, I added a little half and half.
Lastly, I added a drizzle of Torani vanilla to ensure that my vanilla flavor is the pronounced flavor in this dessert cocktail.
Other great dessert cocktails:
- Caramel Apple Cocktail
- Irish Cream Pie Cocktail
- Coquito Puerto Rican Nog
- Rum and Peppermint White Chocolate Hot Cocolate
Sugar Cookie Cocktail
- 2 oz. frosted sugar cookie coffee creamer
- 1 oz. vanilla flavored Irish Cream liqueur
- 1 oz. vanilla vodka
- 1 oz. half and half
- ¼ tsp. Torani vanilla syrup
- frosting for garnish
- sprinkles for garnish
- whipped cream for garnish
- Rim a glass with frosting. Twist the glass in a small bowl of sprinkles to coat the frosting.
- Fill the glass with ice.
- In a cocktail shaker, add in ice, coffee creamer, vanilla Irish cream, vanilla vodka, half and half, and vanilla syrup.
- Shake for about 15 seconds.
- Strain the cocktail into the prepared glass.
- Add a swirl of whipped cream on top. I used a 1M piping tip for my swirl.
- Add a few more sprinkles to the whipped cream.
- Drink up.
(Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.)
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This recipe is intended for individuals ages 21 & up. Please drink responsibly.
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