Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Keeping Spirits Bright ~ French Toast Shooters

Whether you're ringing in the New Year or raising your mug on St. Patty's day, the holidays are a fun time to mix up something special from the bar.  Celebrating the holidays with family, making memories, and enjoying traditions are such a  treat for our family, and I have to admit, I really do love searching for the perfect cocktail recipe to serve to family and friends.

On Thanksgiving day, I set out cool, frosty shot glasses filled to the top with my recipe for french toast shooters. While I'm not a big fan of sweet drinks myself, the splash of cinnamon in this one gives it a nice little kick, and the smooth, creamy flavor of the Bailey's and butterscotch makes it appealing to ladies and gents alike.  If you're looking for something special to serve at your next holiday gathering (or you personally need a hostess de-stresser before the crowd arrives - yes, I do admit to pre-party partaking), I highly recommend you shake up this specialty at the bar, or wherever the mixing magic happens!

The Recipe:

1 Part Bailey's Irish Cream
1 Part Butterscotch Schnapps
1 Part Goldschlager Cinnamon Liqueur

Pour the alcohol into a shaker over ice.  
Shake vigorously for 1-2 minutes, then strain into chilled shot glasses. 

{ P.S.  Look What I found!: }
When this Christmas Printable from Little Web Writing Hood came across my Facebook page,
I knew I had to share it with ya'll.  Isn't is fun??

What's your favorite holiday cocktail recipe?? 
I'd love for you to share I can try it. I promise I will! (In approximately 6 months, that is, or whenever our little munchkin decides to make their grand entrance into the world!)


  1. This. Looks. Fantastic. Yum! Happy to be a new follower!

    1. Thank you so much for the follow, and for stopping by!! :)

  2. I wish I had some Baileys - I feel sure that one of those shots would help my sinus infection!!!
    Definitely plan to try these soon!!!

    1. Oh, Kim, I hope you are feeling much better soon!! Sinus infections are sometimes unbearable! Take care, friend!


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