Top Rated Kahlua Recipes

coras' bushwacker
In honor of National Cocktail Day today, here's a recipe from the British Virgin Islands that'll taste like you're on a beach in the Caribbean. Fun Fact: Since 1986, an annual Bushwacker Festival has taken place at Quiwater Beach on Pensacola Beach, Florida to celebrate the drink and its origin which some say may have in fact been in the Virgin Islands!Photo and recipe courtesy of  Myett’s 
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bacon today
This recipe combines a little booze, caffeine, and salty bacon for a trifecta of flavors that somehow complement each other rather than compete. Impress friends and family with this delicious fudge creation.
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For a perfect late night pick-me-up, instead of the heavy beer and sweet cocktails, why not treat yourself to a delicious and satisfying specialty drink that RealBeanz has crafted. Their line of iced coffee flavors include: cappuccino, caramel, mocha, vanilla nut, diet cappuccino, coconut water cappuccino and coconut water with dark roast, which can all be used to add a kick to any traditional coffee cocktail. For more information visit www.RealBeanz.com. Cheers!  
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Before the clock strikes 12, you better take a sip—it's that good. 
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The sweet aromas of mom’s home cooking, family gathered around the breakfast table, and spirited conversations by a warm fire are all quintessential moments of any holiday gathering. So, what better way to toast the season and create new memories than with Mama Walker’s line of breakfast-inspired liquor? The perfect ingredient for any holiday cocktail, Mama Walker’s offers a new way to experience all your favorite holiday traditions in one delicious glass.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are an unstoppable comedy duo, and we want to be them when we grow up. This brunette and blonde cocktail will get you right in the mood to watch our reigning queens of comedy own the Golden Globes stage for the second year running.
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The essential cold summer soup from Spain, gazpacho is made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, and country bread soaked in olive oil.
We highly recommend an eclair pairing with this sweet cocktail, made at McGillin's Olde Ale House. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert.
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When you're living large, add some booze to your hot chocolate (courtesy of the Four Seasons). 
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Beverage director Rushton Smitherman, of Greenville, S.C.'s Coal Fired Bistro, came up with the drink based entirely on his mother's pumpkin pie. His goal was to turn her holiday dessert into a liquid form that would serve both as a similar taste profile and as a touch of nostalgia.
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Kahlúa and Espresso Bean Caramel Corn
Do I need to say more? I am obsessed with popcorn, though. That much is very, very, very true. I'm quite fond of coffee as well. This caramel corn is pretty much a win-win. Trust me. I poured the hot caramel right over the chocolate-covered espresso beans and popcorn so that the chocolate melted and turned into pure deliciousness. If you would like perhaps a "prettier" caramel corn, stir them in after it has cooled. Then drizzle with more melted chocolate. I mean… it's probably the best thing to do in that situation, right?  See all espresso recipes.  Click here to see 12 Ways to Spice Up Popcorn.
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We know: you want to be like The Dude. Minus the marmots, but with the super slick bowling ability and the laissez-faire attitude that miraculously attracts the likes of Julianne Moore. We know you have a rug that ties the room together. We know what you want a cocktail — and not just any cocktail — you want the White Russian, to be precise.
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turkey
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Kahlua Turkey is really all about the gravy that you get from it. You take equal parts of apricot jam and kahlua, and mix them together in the food processor, then baste your turkey with it.  I usually do 1/2 cup of apricot jam and 1/2 cup of kahlua. Roast your turkey as usual. I will say, you do not get a crispy skin on your turkey with this recipe, and i know that's what some people are after. You want the drippings from the pan. Drain them into a separtor to get the fat off(use that to make the gravy, and add more if necessary). I use equal parts of fat and flour to make my gravy, along with chicken stock I've either made ahead of time, or just low sodium canned. Whichever works best for you. I usually make 6-8 cups of gravy.
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