Mix this up in the morning before you leave for work. When you get home in the evening, take it from the freezer and let it thaw slightly while you change clothes or start dinner. Especially refreshing on hot summer evenings.
This is a is a rich and creamy liqueur. Found this on the web-tender. Normally made from eggs, sugar and brandy.
Variations: Substitute 1/4 to 1/2 cup brandy or 1 cup of rum for same volume of vodka. Do try a flavored vodka or rum. Traditional way to serve it is in a wide glass with whipped cream and cocoa powder sprinkled on top. The Recipe #220603 is a very popular drink made with it!
Recipe courtesy - Giada De Laurentiis - Everday Italian. This caught my eye mainly for the limoncello liqueur recipe. The cheesecake is a bonus round ;-) The limoncello takes at least 4 days to create so plan ahead!
If you're watching your waistline then don't try this recipe, well once a year is okay LOL! This is a drink from heaven!.... Because of the raw eggs, I advise not to serve this to the elderly due to Salmonella. This recipe will make 1 litre, but I really suggest to double the amount.
Found this on Drink Mixers while surfing for some drinks for a friend's 20th anniversary and the name sounded great and then I saw the ingredients and they didn't seem bad at all. Haven't tried this, as I don't drink but it might be fun, once in awhile.
This is a popular drink from Uganda using pineapples, their major crop. It is made using cream or coconut milk and reminds me of the Caribbean. Recipe was adapted from The African Cookbook by Bea Sandler.
Liqueur de Poire is a French pear liqueur that is easy to make and makes a wonderful gift. The hardest part is waiting three months for the maceration process. Be sure to shake the jar periodically when you check on its progress.
Great little shooter recipe. If you do not have creme de banana you can leave it out (1 1/2 oz Malibu coconut rum, 1 oz Midori melon liqueur, 1 1/2 oz pineapple juice, 1 ounce orange juice, 1/2 oz half and half or heavy whipping cream) Enjoy!
This martini is named after the RSC #8 winner - Tigerduck! It is totally scrumptious! After one, you will find yourself heading back to make another. I adore this martini! This martini is a celebration of the liquor, not a daiquiri. It is not too sweet, not too coco-nutty, and not too creamy. The mingling flavors party in your mouth. If you do not have two types of rum then use the one you have, just be sure they are premium rums or the result will not be the same. I created this recipe for RSC #9.