Holiday martini recipes can be simple and dry, or fun and festive, like these recipes for a Godiva chocolate martini and an eggnog martini!

Holiday Martini Recipes - a Godiva Chocolate Martini and an Eggnog Martini Recipe \\ PassTheSushi.comRemember, a great hostess always greats her guests with a great drink at the door, and if your holiday season has been anything like mine this year, you’re going to need a stiff drink to make your way through the next few days. Unless your one of those people that gets violent, a good mixed drink will help you to relax, unwind and not look like you want to kill someone. It will help with conversation and laughter will come with more ease – heck, it may not even be fake at if you help yourself to a few. The people around you will also become much more jovial after a drink or two themselves and this years festivities may not actually end up with a tree being lit on fire, though I still recommend hiding the matches just in case.

To top it off, I know I always have trouble falling asleep on Christmas Eve with the anticipation of Santa Claus, stockings, and such, so a few of these babies are sure to drift me off to sleep with visions of sugar plums dancing through my head.






Here are the holiday martini recipes!

Holiday Martini Recipes - a Godiva Chocolate Martini and an Eggnog Martini Recipe \\



Eggnog Martini



  • 1 Oz Vodka
  • 1 Oz Ameretto
  • 1 Oz Eggnog


Combine all ingredients and shake well. Dust with freshly grated nutmeg or cinnamon, if desired.


With two holiday martini recipes to choose from, how do you decide which one to make first?!


Godiva Chocolate Martini

Holiday Martini Recipes - a Godiva Chocolate Martini and an Eggnog Martini Recipe \\ From Drinks


  • 1 1/2 shots Godiva® chocolate liqueur
  • 1 1/2 shots creme de cacao
  • 1/2 shot vodka
  • 2 1/2 shots half-and-half
Garnish with chocolate syrup and white chocolate chips in the bottom of the glass.
Mix all ingredients in a shaker with ice, shake and pour into a chilled cocktail glass.


Hope your holidays are merry and bright!

Update: This holiday martini recipes post made it to FoodBuzz Top 9!


  1. What a gorgeous, festive cocktail!!! Wow!

  2. Wow, what beautiful cocktails! I’m sure you’d be the hostess of the year if you greet your guests with either of those 😉 Merry Xmas to you!

  3. My holiday will be merry if I get drinks like these! Thank you for sharing! And I love your photos! I’ve never had a chocolate martini but since chocolate have antioxidants I should try one. I’m on a bit of a health kick lately…

  4. Would love to have one of these! Just don’t feel like pumping and dumping for the baby : ) will save this idea for next year! Merry Christmas!

  5. Imwaytoobusy says:

    As always, fantastic photos! Those look like great drinks! I hope you had a fabulous Christmas 🙂

  6. Those Martini’s sound delicious!! I would love to try both of them!
    Congratulations on another top 9 post!! You have become a regular!!

  7. Stephanie says:

    Um, YUM! Can I have a glass of that for breakfast, please? :p

  8. OMG! That Godiva Choco­late Martini looks amazing. What a great way to garnish the glass. 🙂

  9. Cajun Chef Ryan says:

    Wow, I can not wait to come knocking at your door! And to find you with a drink in hand!

    Bottoms up and Bon appetit!

  10. Karen LeBeau says:

    These look yummy!!

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