Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 min
A must have for chocoholics. Chocolate and liqueur in a martini glass. Sip it slow or down you go.
- 177.44 ml half-and-half or 177.44 ml light cream
- 226.79 g dark chocolate liqueur (1 cup)
- 56.69 g vodka (1/4 cup)
- ice cube
- In a pitcher, stir together the half-and-half or light cream, chocolate liqueur, and vodka.
- Place ice cubes in a martini shaker. Add liqueur mixture; shake. Strain mixture into four to six chilled martini glasses.
These are totally SINFUL!! My first chocolate martini was at the Mariott Resort--Starr Pass in Tucson and I thought I had died and gone to heaven! (Why did I wait so long???) I bought the ingredients including Godiva dark chocolate liquer and half and half and made my own. As they did at the resort, I drizzled some chocolate syrup on the inside of the martini glass, then placed it in the freezer for a while as I actually concocked the martini. It was fantastic!! At my next girl party, I will definitely serve these for those who want a real TREAT!! Thanks for posting!
I have to admit ... I am not a chocolate martini fan. But I made them for one of my valentine catering events and they absolutely loved them. I did taste them and agreed, they were pretty darn good. Not my favorite drink for me. Not the recipe, just not my type of drink, I'm more of a bourbon and 7 gal. But they were very good and my friends totally loved them and highly recommended them. It was their type of drink so it was perfect for them. I did add a few chocolate shavings and rather than a onion ... I froze a small ball of white chocolate and stuck it on the toothpick so it looked like an onion
OH MY WORD!!! This is such an amazing drink. I had 5 without realizing it. I used Godiva liquor and added 2 tbs of chocolate syrup for the mix then also used it for a garnish. Next time I will use vanilla Vodka. This is my new favorite drink.