We love to get restaurants to make their specialty drinks into a virgin form since we don't drink. This is what we had a Joe's crab shack one time, minus the alcohol! You really can't call it a recipe...more like directions, hope it's o.k. to do this! My kids adore this and love it when I make a "special" Mexican dinner, cause this has to be on the menu. It's really like having dessert w/ dinner. Very easily converted to it's "true" alcohol form.
WOW! We served these for breakfast on Thanksgiving -- they were good! They are strong so beware. The recipe came from Southern Living and is served at the Bottega Italian Restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama.
We were at a party last weekend and our hosts were making these as fast as everyone was drinking them! I must admit, I felt left out of all the happy hour fun, but only a few more months to go!!!! *This recipe makes 4; and it's easy to increase or decrease, depending on your tolerance (!) or guests.*
I found this in with my grandmothers recipes. (Memories)A good drink to serve on St Patty's Day!Stick a straw and enjoy a minty milkshake! Try also using mint chocolate, chocolate ice cream! Blend in your favorite cookie!
I had this at a friends house yesterday and it was wonderful - no camera along so no picture but I will be making it over the holidays. Be careful it is quite potent. She said the recipe was originally from Bon Appetit with a tweak or two by her.The nice thing is that you make the raspberry mixture well in advance- it may be made up to a month ahead kept in the fridge. Preparation time does not include maturing time of 3 days
I can't believe this isn't listed yet. This cocktail has been my favourite for years now and I think it's about time I share something so good. This recipe is flexible you can add as much or as little of the liqueurs to your taste, can be made without the liqueurs.