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Snickers are my favorite candy bar and lucky for me Chad likes to make things I enjoy. SCORE! So he has been in his mixology lab working on the perfect candy cocktail to satisfy my cravings. Packed with peanut flavor this Snickers Martini cocktail surely hits the spot!
Making use of several ingredients you will find in your pantry really makes this a winner for the kitchen cocktail artist. The flavors of the Snickers really come through and if you like you could even rim the glass in chocolate syrup and chopped peanuts.
Rich chocolate, caramel, vanilla cream and peanut butter all work together to create this delightful Snickers inspired cocktail. You are going to love it!
Kick off your heels and pour yourself one tonight!
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serves 2 (large martinis)
3 ounces Divinci caramel syrup (or your favorite)
4 ounces creme de cacao (white)
2 ounces amaretto liqueur
2 ounces hazelnut liqueur
2 ounces International Delight French Vanilla Creamer
3 tablespoons peanut butter
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add peanut butter, creme de cacao, amaretto and hazelnut liqueurs to the shaker. Shake for about a minute until the peanut butter is mostly dissolved (alternately you can stir in the peanut butter.
Add caramel syrup and creamer. Shake to combine. Strain into cocktail glasses.
Serve and enjoy!
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