Welcome to Cocktail Day, a multi-blogger event co-hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic, Liz of That Skinny Chick Can Bake, and Donna of Cookistry. We are raising our glasses to toast you all with some unique and delicious cocktails and mocktails in anticipation of the Big Game and Valentine’s Day. Be sure to bookmark or pin these creative beverages for your next gathering. We hope you enjoy this marvelous event and the incredible giveaways from our generous sponsors. Cheers!
I am SO excited to be a part of this wonderful event because this is our VERY FIRST cocktail here at 365 Days of Baking & More!! While I’m not one to regularly imbibe and one glass of wine will usually put me to sleep, I thought it would be great fun to participate and come up with an original (at least to me, anyway!) alcoholic beverage.
When the Mr. and I go out for a date, he goes for the beer and I always go for the fruity drinks.
I don’t like beer and have never had more than a few sips of one, so I joke that I just like to go for the hard liquor. And mudslides have always been one of my favorites. So, onto the recipe!!!!
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Frozen Marshmallow Mudslide
- 1 oz. marshmallow vodka
- ½ oz. coffee liquor
- ½ ounce Irish cream liquor
- 3 tablespoons french vanilla coffee creamer
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup ice cubes
- chocolate syrup and toasted marshmallows for garnish
- Into a blender, pour the vodka. Add the coffee liquor, Irish cream liquor, coffee creamer, and the milk. Pour the ice into the blender.
- Put the lid onto the blender and pulse to crush the ice or use your blender’s ice setting.
- Pour some chocolate sauce onto a plate and dip the top of the glass into it. Slice a toasted marshmallow and place on the glass rim.
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I always rate everything I make on a scale of 1-4 and this Frozen Marshmallow Mudslide earned 3 1/2 rolling pins. It was SO yummy!!!! There was a little bit of the marshmallow taste, but I was wishing it would have been stronger.
With all those incredible flavors of vodka out there, there is no limit as to what kind of mudslide you can make!! I saw chocolate whipped vodka and thought that would have been an awesome one to try, too.
Other Fabulous Bloggers Mixing It Up with Us for Cocktail Day:
- Apple Pie Moonshine by Lola’s Kitchen
- Bacon Jalapeno Bloody Mary by Rants From My Crazy Kitchen
- Blood Orange Old Fashioned by Kelly Bakes
- Party Punch by Cravings of a Lunatic
- Caipirinhas by Food Lust People Love
- Chocolate and Peanut Butter Martini by Hungry Couple
- Chocolate Cupcake Cocktaill by JavaCupcake
- Ciderhouse Whiskey by From the Bookshelf
- Citrus Cranberry Punch by Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
- Coconut-Key Lime Pie Martini by Home Cooking Memories
- Egyptian Martinii by Cooking In Stilettos
- Espresso Martini by Liv Life
- Frozen Marshmallow Mudslide by 365 Days of Baking & More
- Ginger Raspberry Fizzy by Try Anything Once
- Hot Buttered Chocolate Rum by Cookistry
- Iced Cake Martini by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
- Le Jardinier by Confessions of a Culinary Diva
- Mandarin Mulled Wine by Food Babbles
- Meyer Lemon Rosemary Gin Fizz by Crumb
- Muddled Rosemary and Pineapple Cocktaill by My Catholic Kitchen
- Nutella Martini by The Pink Flour
- Peach Sparkler by Noshing With The Nolands
- Pineapple Margarita by Miss in the Kitchen
- Pomegranate Orange Spritzer by Dizzy Busy and Hungry
- Safe Sex on the Beach by Mom’s Test Kitchen
- Side Car with Dried Cherries by Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- White Cosmopolitans by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Winter Fruit White Wine Sangria by The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
Our sponsors for Cocktail Day are Molecule-R, Page St. Publishing, Race Point Publishing, Fair Winds Press, Microplane, and Not So Simple Syrup.
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Molecular gastronomy by Molecule-R is a cookbook with stunning recipes explained and illustrated with the intelligence and aesthetic beauty that defines the MOLECULE-R brand.
Mojito R-Evolution teaches you how to deconstruct your mojito into floating mint caviar and spectacular foams or encapsulate your favorite cocktail into a sphere that will explode in your mouth.
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Cosmo R-Evolution teaches you how to add a molecular twist to your traditional cosmo sure to awe your guests! Serve a cosmopolitan bubble on a spoon that will pop in your mouth, top off your cocktail with a light fluffy cranberry foam or suspend citrus caviar in your drink.
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The versatile Ultimate Citrus Tool features Microplane’s surgical grade stainless steel Fine blade. In addition, the Ultimate Citrus Tool features two decorative garnishing blades in a large (.300-inch diameter) and small (.180-inch diameter) size. The blades are made in the USA and are dishwasher safe.
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Not So Simple Syrup can be found on Facebook, and Twitter. Not So Simple Syrup is a small, local maker of simple syrups. Heidi and Barbie’s passion is to create all natural syrups that inspire and stimulate your pension for amazing mixed drinks as well as iced teas and non-alcoholic beverages too.
They pride themselves on individual service. When you purchase a NSSS product, you can be sure that it received their personal stamp of approval. The Not So Simple Syrup Survival Gift Basket has two flavors of delicious all natural Not So Simple Syrup, a muddler for the perfect Mojito you might want to create, two glasses and a bar towel.
Page St. Publishing, Race Point Publishing, Fair Winds Press are 3 amazing publishing companies. Check them out and spend some time poking about. They publish the most amazing cookbooks on the planet. We’re lucky to have 3 wonderful cookbooks up for grabs thanks to these companies today.
Comments & Reviews
Betsy | JavaCupcake.com says
Oh em gee. YUM!
Oh my, that looks sinfully delicious! I think I just gained 5 pounds drooling over your cocktail!
I have not seen marshmallow vodka before, WOW, cool!! Love this grown up mudslide!!!
Veronica Gantley says
You had me at marshmallow.
Liz Berg says
Decadence in a glass! What an amazing cocktail, Lynne! Drink + Dessert in one…so yummy!
AMI nyc says
Oh, I could get into a lot of trouble with this drink!
Anita at Hungry Couple says
Well, now. It just so happens that I have all the ingredients right here in the house. =D =D
Nancy @ gottagetbaked says
This frozen marshmallow mudslide is out of control – what I really mean is that I would lose all control if I had this around. I’d drink all of it! it looks spectacular and sounds absolutely delicious.
Donna Currie says
Wow, I think I need a spoon! Looks great!
Wow Lynne! This sounds great! Sharing all over now 🙂
Kim Bee says
Dude this is gorgeous. I’m so in love with this. I am so happy we did this. xx
Guyla Mayo says
Love mudslides and yours looks pretty perfect! It brings back wonderful memories of Grand Cayman with a friend. Mudslides were our mid-morning treat:)
Dionne Baldwin says
MMM your mudslide looks delicious! I just want to start picking off the mallows one by one! Thank you for sharing this with us. I would love to be able to make my very own mudslides.
Nancy Long says
would just using heavy cream or 1/2 & 1/2 and a bit of vanilla work? I don’t buy coffee creamers – otherwise I have everything on hand
Nancy, I definitely think you’d be ok with substituting those for the coffee creamer.