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I was not sure I'd like this because of the orange liqueur. But there was just a hint of orange which was very nice. I used Fat-Free half-and-half to make this. The only problem I had with this was, that as made, it was only enough for 1 serving, not 2. LOL I will be making this again. Made for *Comfort Cafe Game Snowqueen Round 2010* Theme *Shaken not Stirred*
Wow, this was a strong drink! I guess I'm not that used to drinking this much alcohol in a cocktail. It was quite good though, everyone quite liked it. We made some soft ganache and drizzled it on the inside of the glass before pouring the martini.
As I don't have Godiva original chocolate liqueur, I used cappucino liqueur from Godiva also. The taste is so yummy. Even DH liked it (and I didn't tell him there was baileys in it LOL). Thanks Cheryl. Made for Beverage tag.
YUM! I used both Godivas, vanilla vodka and subbed extra Godiva for the Creme de Cacao. Everything else exact and it was delicious. I poured it into *one* martini glass and enjoyed it myself after baking dozens of cookies. ;)
Dessert in a glass! I finally found some godiva white chocolate liqueur these are all my favorite ingredients so whats not to like. In this house it only made one serving! This is going to make a very nice holiday martoonie. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
Ohhhh.... this was heavenly! I don't usually drink things with this much booze in it (my drinks are usually heavily diluted with mixers), so I did it on the rocks. I didn't notice until afterwards that this was supposed to be poured into TWO glasses. Oops! I have to warn you, it goes down REAL easy! YUM!!!