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    This is one of my original. Ingredients measures listed are approximate. You will need 1 bar shot glass per person. Will wakeup your taste buds! The hot sauce used can be found here: http://www.buffalowildwings.com/ I have sent this recipe to BWW to add to their menu. SOURCE SHADOWS The nutritional info will be incorrect for this since it keeps listing "buffalo" as an ingredient instead of the sauce. Note: the granulated garlic spread evenly over the hot sauce keeps the blue cheese dressing from sinking into the hot sauce. updated 4/6/2007 - Shadows

    Recipe #205352

    This versatile cocktail sauce has some "zip" to it from the horseradish and hot sauce, but these can be adjusted to suit your taste.

    Recipe #334528

    These are creamy and smooth - a kissing cousin to Jello shooters! You could use Irish cream or another liquor if you prefer, but I like chocolate! Recipe courtesy of party-girl Tracey S!

    Recipe #204811

    The French LOVE serving "Amuse Gueule" (appetisers) in shot glasses! So, I thought I would concoct a special recipe to accompany our pre-dinner aperitifs this New Year! A retro 1960's starter that I believe still has a place when served for special meals and parties, and this is so simple; it's also a great idea for a large gathering, as the glasses are small enough to nibble from whilst you sip your drinks! I used Mache (Lamb's Lettuce) in these prawn cocktail shots in the photos - but a selection of any seasonal salad leaves would be fine. The Firecracker comes from the addition of tabasco, pink peppercorns and cayenne pepper in the seafood sauce - adjust the quantities to suit your own taste - we like it piquant! Salut!

    Recipe #276495

    Perfect for shrimp cocktail, lobster salad and oyster 'shooters'

    Recipe #180742

    Recipe #9824

    31 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Serve with chips, chili,or add some to a salad.

    Recipe #51532

    I found this recipe in a Women's Weekly magazine, and what a treat!! It's made with Key limes, and you don't have to bake a pie to enjoy their tangy-sweet flavor. Instead just add Key lime juice and sour cream to a package of vanilla pudding, and Voila!! An instant treat that everyone will enjoy!!

    Recipe #383754

    From Kraftfoods(dot)com website. I made these for a party and I've had so many people request the recipe. Kraft calls for using finely chopped onions but I skipped that just to make it an even faster appetizer to get on the table.

    Recipe #278872

    A Quick and Easy appetizer to prepare. Pretty presentation. Great for holidays as well as anytime. Cut out from a magazine some time back.

    Recipe #329216

    At a handful of cupcake storefronts around the country, the frosting shot has emerged as a short-but-sweet pick-me-up for urbanites and college students. The gist is generally the same bakery to bakery: For a small fee, customers get a dollop of their favorite frosting in a paper or plastic cup, about the size of a frozen yogurt sample. While some bakeries keep the frosting shot a strictly must-ask-for item, several cupcake shops have made it an official menu offering. Using marshmallow creme as the base of this faux buttercream frosting is a great cheat. This frosting whips up thick and chocolately and is great served as shots garnished with shaved dark chocolate. These are great for parties. Recipe is from a newspaper article.

    Recipe #316410

    1 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    I was reading a feature in our paper on frosting shots- yes, frosting shots! Apparently in some cities this is catching on quite fast. I clipped this recipe and have been moving it from here to there for a month. I thought I better post it for safe keeping. I personally would use this on a chocolate cake, but for the brave, pipe into small paper souffle cups and toss it back like a shot! I was able to frost a 9x13 cake and I believe this would be enough to frost 24 cupcakes or as the article stated, 30 frosting shots.

    Recipe #320258

    A very tasty and sweet parfait, for the family, the kids are going to love it!!

    Recipe #412874

    This creamy, sweet frosting begs to be slathered on carrot cake or banana bread. But, if frosting shots are more your style, it's also delicious on its own. Consider dusting the shots with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

    Recipe #316548

    My mom learned how to make this from a local of Guadalajara Mexico. It is very simple to make and quite delicious! It's always a big hit when I have guests over. Great for a margherita party! Serve with tortilla chips (try recipe #263512). Out of necessity, I have omitted the tomatoes and it still tastes great. I have also added a few tbsps of fresh chopped cilantro when I have it on hand.

    Recipe #287183

    Traditional Mexican dip that can be used as a topping or with chips.

    Recipe #34233

    Adapted from Barefoot Contessa Cookbook

    Recipe #173063

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    A verrine is a confection, originally from Paris, made by artfully layering ingredients in a small glass, and may be either savory or sweet. Very chic and trendy--this one is served in a shot-glass! Use the larger 2.5 to 3 ounce shotglasses, or use ramekins. Makes about 8 Verrines.

    Recipe #363926

    I've been making this since the 1970's and it's great for satisfying that cheesecake craving. For pot luck or family gatherings, double the recipe and serve in a trifle bowl. Choose any type of pie filling, but I've found when doubling the recipe, one can of filling and one can of coconut is adequate. My personal favorite is blueberry.

    Recipe #369275

    Recipe #494387

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