The 12 Days of Cookies and Cocktails: Campfire Crunch Cocktail
This is the perfect cocktail for those cozy nights. A Campfire Crunch. With a little Jack Daniels, Kahlua and cream, this is a sweet sip that will go to your head, so sit back and take it slow.
There's a time and place for getting cozy. I'm talking downright comfy with over-sized sweaters, a crackling fire place and someone to rub noses with. A big throw blanket and some fuzzy socks. Dang, I think I'm starting to talk myself into this.
And here is the perfect cocktail for those cozy nights. A Campfire Crunch. With a little Jack Daniels, Kahlua and cream, this is a sweet sip that will go to your head if you don't sit back and take it slow. So, grab that book you have been eyeing up and pour a round of these. Start the fire. It's time to call a mandatory snuggle hour.
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Dark Moon Cocktail
Pear-Ginger Rum Runner Cocktail
Chocolate Brownie Cookies
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- 1 oz Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey
- 1 oz Vanilla Kahlua
- 2 oz half and half
- chocolate - melted
- graham cracker crumbs
- Combine the Tennessee Honey, Kahlua, half and half in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake until cold.
- Melt the chocolate and spread onto a shallow plate. Swivel the rim of the glass in the melted chocolate to get a nice thick coat. Allow to set for 5 to 10 seconds, then sprinkle with graham cracker crumbs.
- Strain the cocktail in the prepared glasses over ice.
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Nutmeg Nanny says
Hello holiday cocktails! I love the look (and sound!) of this beauty.
Liz @ Floating Kitchen says
This looks amazing! So cozy. I love it and the presentation is perfect! Happy Friday!
Cookin Canuck says
What a great idea to use cookie crumbs for the rim! I'd happily curl up with one of these cocktails.