If you’re looking for a grown-up dessert martini that’s anything but boring, this Blueberry Cheesecake Martini is your new best friend.

Looking for a creamy, delicious cocktail?

Look no further than a Blueberry Cheesecake Martini – it’s like boozy cheesecake in a glass!

Boozy dessert in a glass? It’s a grown-up dream come true! We’re all about making homemade desserts and cocktails, especially when we mash them together to make indulgent concoctions. This blueberry cheesecake martini is the epitome of our dessert cocktail obsession. It’s got the fruitiness of a pear martini with the dessert factor of a pumpkin pie martini, and we’re here for it. Whether you’re making this stunning cocktail for a group of friends or curling up on your couch for a movie marathon, this blueberry cheesecake hits the spot.

What Is a Blueberry Cheesecake Martini?

This isn’t your classic dry martini made with gin and dry vermouth. Oh, no. This alcoholic drink is a heavier dessert cocktail made with vanilla vodka, blueberry liqueur, and a touch of heavy cream. It’s like a boozy slice of cheesecake in a glass, perfect for a cozy night in or a sophisticated happy hour.

What you’ll love about this recipe:

  • Fruity-Creamy Flavor: This sweet cocktail hits all the right notes for cheesecake lovers. The blueberry liqueur and fresh blueberries provide a burst of fruity sweetness, while the cream cheese and vanilla vodka create a smooth, creamy texture that mimics the decadent taste of cheesecake.
  • Simple: This martini recipe requires a few simple ingredients and can be whipped up in just 5 minutes! It’s the perfect pick-me-up for when you’re craving a fruity dessert but don’t want to give up the booze. 

What You Need to Make a Blueberry Cheesecake Martini

  • Vanilla Vodka: This is the base of our boozy cheesecake! Vodka adds a smooth, clean alcohol kick.
  • Blueberry Liqueur: This infuses the drink with a sweet, fruity blueberry flavor.
  • Heavy Cream: Think creamy cheesecake filling! The cream adds richness and body, mimicking the texture of cheesecake.
  • Strawberry Liqueur: A splash of strawberry adds a touch of tang and complexity to the flavor profile, rounding out the sweetness of the blueberries.
  • Blueberry Preserves or Jelly: This adds a thicker consistency and an extra burst of blueberry flavor. You can adjust the amount to your taste preference.
  • Fresh Blueberries (optional): These are for garnish, adding a pop of color and a fruity pop of fresh blueberry taste in every sip!

How to Make a Blueberry Cheesecake Martini

  • Combine ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice.
  • Shake for 30-40 seconds and serve into a martini class. Garnish with fresh blueberries.

Expert Recipe Tips

  • If you want to get super fancy, you can line the rim of the glass with graham cracker crumbs. 
  • Blueberry liqueurs can vary in sweetness. If you prefer a tart martini, go easy on the liqueur and adjust with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Conversely, for a sweeter drink, add a little more liqueur or a drizzle of simple syrup.
  • A chilled martini glass is ideal for presentation, but don’t sweat it if you don’t have one! A coupe glass or even achilled wine glass works just fine in a pinch.
  • Feeling adventurous? Swap the strawberry liqueur for raspberry liqueur for a different twist, or add a splash of blue curacao for a vibrant blue hue.
Blueberry cheesecake comes alive in a classic martini. This sweet cocktail is just what the crazy day ordered. \\ PassTheSushi.com

How to serve this cocktail

This Blueberry Cheesecake Martini is perfect for a cozy night in or a sophisticated happy hour. It’s like dessert in a glass, so it shines after dinner or whenever you crave a sweet and refreshing boozy treat!

This Blueberry Cheesecake Martini is the answer to all your sophisticated sweet-tooth cravings. Who needs sweatpants and a Hallmark movie when you have this? If you try this recipe, please rate the recipe card and leave a comment down below to help out the next reader! 

Blueberry Cheesecake Martini

Blend boozy bliss with creamy cheesecake vibes! This Blueberry Cheesecake Martini combines vanilla vodka, blueberry liqueur, and heavy cream for a refreshingly sweet and sophisticated cocktail.
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Author: Kita
5 minutes
Serves: 1


  • cocktail shaker
  • fine mesh strainer
  • Stirring spoon
  • alcohol measuring cup
  • Cocktail glass


  • 5 oz vanilla vodka
  • 2 oz heavy cream
  • 1 oz coffee liqueur
  • ½ oz strawberry liqueur
  • 2 tbsp blueberry preserves or jelly
  • fresh blueberries for garnish - optional


  • Combine ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled half-way with ice.
  • Shake for 30-40 seconds and serve into a martini class. Garnish with fresh blueberries.


From Daydreamer Desserts


Calories: 772kcal | Carbohydrates: 47g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 21g | Saturated Fat: 13g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 64mg | Sodium: 33mg | Potassium: 90mg | Fiber: 0.4g | Sugar: 39g | Vitamin A: 833IU | Vitamin C: 4mg | Calcium: 46mg | Iron: 0.3mg

Nutritional informations provided as a courtesy and is only an approximatation. Values will changes based on ingredients used.

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Recipe FAQs

For this recipe, vanilla vodka is your best bet. It adds a smooth, clean base that won’t overpower the other delicious flavors. However, if you don’t have vanilla vodka on hand, any good quality vodka will work in a pinch. If you want even more blueberry flavor, you could even use blueberry vodka.

No problem! A drizzle of simple syrup will add sweetness and a bit of body to your martini. For a more intense blueberry flavor, you could muddle a few extra fresh blueberries in the shaker before adding the other ingredients.

Sure thing! Just combine all ingredients except the fresh blueberries in a shaker and store it in the fridge for up to 24 hours. When you’re ready to serve, shake it vigorously with ice and strain it into chilled glasses. Garnish with fresh blueberries.

Yes! Simply multiply the recipe by the number of servings you need. Shake all ingredients (except fresh blueberries) together with ice in a large pitcher. Strain into chilled martini glasses and garnish with fresh blueberries. Easy as pie (or should we say cheesecake?)!



  1. always good to know that I’m no alone with a horribly messy kitchen at times. it seems like the simplest things get out of control so easily.

  2. It’s those kitchen gremlins! They sneak up on you just when you think it’s all clean and tidy. I have a whole family living in my kitchen, yes, that’s it, kitchen gremlins. And definitely a good excuse for that martini ! 😀

  3. My kitchen looks like that every time I walk in there. It’s a losing battle.

    I’m usually not a fan of creamy drinks but this one looks amazing! I have some whipped cream vodka in the freezer – might try that instead of the vanilla. It’s too cold to go get any!

  4. Sounds like the perfect solution to me! That is one awesome sounding drink. Not to mention it LOOKS mighty tasty!

  5. You have 3 things i love in one glass! Blueberry, cheesecake and booze! Oh i’ll be right over! This is totally my kinna drink!

  6. Haha! That looks amazing Kita! What a perfect way to just say *ahem* excuse my french EF it and just kick back.

  7. Can I enjoy this with a spoon? Because it kind of looks like it needs to be. Or maybe a spoon-straw. Remember those?

  8. I do not want to even count how many times in a day I do dishes (no dishwasher)-however I tell myself that all this dish washing does improve my completion time, so there is some sort of benefit. However, finding one of these on my clean counter after all the dish washing is a better benefit! Thanks for sharing!

  9. My kitchen looks like that all too often! I had made a mess by 9am on Sunday morning. The martini sounds awesome, can’t wait to try it. I love fruity martinis!

  10. Amen, amen and freakin’ amen. My kitchen looks like that way too often. I’m loving this martini but I’ve never heard of strawberry liqueur. I need to find me some. I need to make this asap. I don’t have blueberries, but I know I can make do with SOMETHING. Way big yum. We all need fortification for the tasks at hand, right?

  11. So true, what’s one more little cocktail shaker and martini glass when you are surrounded by chaos. -Been there way more than I’d like to admit… CHEERS!

  12. Love your pictures and recipe! *Smiles* This has happened to me one too many times! Nothing like a strong drink to cheer you up. Have you ever tried a blueberry pancakes martini? Blueberry vodka with butterscotch schnapps and it is AMAZING.

  13. oooooooo… blueberries are my favorite fruit and while I’m not a big drinker, for THIS I would make an exception.

    Also, MY kitchen never looks that way *cough cough* 😛 Btw, I have some swamp land in Arizona if you’re interested in buying it.

  14. Amazing! I actually saw this on Stumble Upon before I got to food buzz. It’s incredible and I’m buzzing it as well as stumbling!

  15. I could o with some of that.. I thought that photo was Black and White when I first looked at it.

  16. Uh-oh! It sounds like it was a rough night. 🙁 If we were closer I’d help you clean up and keep making you those martinis. I’d be calling the party bus to take me home…

    I’ve never had a martini quite like this before! I think I need to do some market research and give this a try. 😉

  17. oh my gosh… seriously?! i want this cocktail now!! and p.s. my kitchen always looks like that. always.

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