22 Ways to Drink Your Dessert Slideshow
The Seven-Layer Cookie Cocktail
Seven layers of (boozy) sugary deliciousness: the cookie cocktail is made with Partido tequila. Click here for the Seven-Layer Cookie cocktail recipe.
The Brandy Baklava Cocktail
A boozy version of the Greek dessert? Yes, please! You won't believe you're not eating a piece of flaky, honey-filled baklava with this cocktail. Click here for the Brandy Baklava cocktail recipe.
The Cranberry Pie Cocktail
A holiday classic turned cocktail; the drink is made by Ross Simon of Arizona Cocktail Week. Click here for the Cranberry Pie cocktail recipe.
The Creamsicle Drink
The Creamsicle, sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike, is made by chef Jason McClure of Sazerac restaurant in Seattle. Click here to for the Creamsicle drink recipe.
The Gingerbread Margarita
A spicy twist on your favorite Christmas cookie — grab the tequila and run for it. The recipe is courtesy of Canard, Inc. catering services. Click here for the Gingerbread Margarita recipe.
The Hot Apple Pie Cider
A nonalcoholic cider infused with winter spices makes this drink every bit as delectable as a real slice of apple pie. The recipe is courtesy of Canard, Inc. catering services. Click here for the Hot Apple Pie Cider recipe.
The Peppermint Pattie Cocktail
The easiest way to recreate the candy: drink a minty, boozy hot chocolate. You can find it at the Hudson Lodge at Hudson. Click here for the Peppermint Pattie cocktail recipe.
The Chocolate Bon Bon Cocktail
A chocolate dessert turned liquid, the Chocolate Bon Bon cocktail is sure to win over the chocoholics. You can find it at the Hudson Lodge at Hudson. Click here for the Chocolate Bon Bon cocktail recipe.
The Toasted Macaroon Cocktail
Better have some real toasted macaroons on hand, as this cocktail (made with Partida tequila and Frangelico) will only make you crave them more. Click here for the Toasted Macaroon cocktail recipe.
The Oatmeal Cookie Martini
Add another cookie cocktail to the bunch, this one made at the Bobby Q restaurant in Phoenix. Click here for the Oatmeal Cookie Martini recipe.
The Fall Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
Finally, an easy way to turn a holiday treat into an everyday snack (and it's healthy, too!) The recipe comes from Jessica Drummond. Click here for the Fall Pumpkin Pie Smoothie recipe.
The Salted Karamel Bananas Foster
Stoli's Salted Karamel vodka is a dessert in of itself, but add in some Crème de Banana and you've got a banana split in a glass. Click here for the Salted Karamel Bananas Foster cocktail recipe.
The Lemon Meringue Puff Cocktail
Oh yes, that's meringue on top of a citrus vodka and Tuaca cocktail creation. Made by Kathy Casey, celebrity chef, mixologist, and entertaining expert, this is one treat that guests will sip up at every chance. Click here for the Lemon Meringue Puff cocktail recipe.
The Smashed Pumpkin Cocktail
The alcoholic version of your pumpkin pie, made with Wild Turkey. Click here for the Smashed Pumpkin cocktail recipe.
The Strawberry Shortcake Cocktail
It's topped with strawberry shortcake, but the drink is still sugary sweet on its own. Made at Jsix Restaurant & Lounge in San Diego, Calif., there's really nothing better than a strawberry shortcake (cocktail). Click here for the Strawberry Shortcake cocktail recipe.
The Sugar Cookie Cocktail
A sugar cookie cocktail to go with your holiday dessert? The sugary sweet cocktail is made with Partida tequila. Click here for the Sugar Cookie cocktail recipe.
The Tiramisu Cocktail
Yes, you read that right: you can in fact drink your tiramisu. The Tiramisu Cocktail is made by chef Walter Pisano of Tulio Ristorante in Seattle. Click here for the Tiramisu cocktail recipe.
The Chocolate Raspberry Eclair Cocktail
We highly recommend an eclair pairing with this sweet cocktail, made at McGillin's Olde Ale House. Click here for the Chocolate Raspberry Eclair cocktail recipe.