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When hosting or just having a party for one, it’s integral to have the best cocktails for sipping and the best desserts for sweet snacking. So why not combine them? These sweet treats include ingredients from your favorite cocktails for a little booze-infused fun.
Aperol spritzes are one of the trendiest cocktails right now, and these Aperol spritz bars infuse the best flavors from this drink. What makes this recipe even better is that it includes some sparkling wine.
Wouldn’t you love to be able to eat your favorite dessert and drink your favorite cocktail at the same time? This pound cake mimics a classic Old-Fashioned cocktail by mixing bourbon in the cake mix. Orange bitters complete the dessert.
Instead of making retro snack foods like a cheese and olive platter, candy your olives and use them as a garnish for this chocolate cake with goat cheese frosting.
Sure, you can make your usual pies for your family during the holidays, but why not try something new? This cake recipe is full of bold flavors using whole pitted dates mixed with rye whiskey.
Let the Instant Pot do most of the work for you when making this fall-flavored cheesecake. Once it’s done, all that’s left for you to do is enjoy the sweet taste of canned pumpkin spiked with whiskey or bourbon.
This cherry dessert has a special ingredient that makes it different from the others: amaretto liqueur.
Using a boxed cake mix doesn’t have to be boring. Take it to the next level with this recipe by adding dried plums, nuts and a dark rum glaze to drizzle on top for a Christmas-y treat you can enjoy year-round.
The sweetness from the pears poached in red wine in this tart will take you to the dream state of relaxation.
If you have some lemons laying around, instead of making lemonade, bake this refreshing cupcake recipe with some shandy to make it boozy.
This pumpkin dessert goes beyond the traditional pumpkin pie. Blend up some baked pumpkin pie chunks, ice cream and brandy to serve for your guests during the fall.
Get spooky during Halloween when you make this tasty milkshake recipe that uses canned pumpkin and a splash of bourbon.
There are plenty of easy cocktail recipes that you can pair with dinner, as well as ones that pair well with dessert. These cookie bars are both cocktail and dessert, and mimic the flavors found in a cosmopolitan.
This cookie dessert recipe has all the flavors that you can find in a margarita, from the sugar on the rim down to the tequila.
If you love eating savory baos from your favorite Chinese restaurant, then you’re going to adore making these baos filled with pecans in a chocolate bourbon sauce.
Get your buzz on while trying to keep yourself cool during the summer with this boozy strawberry margarita popsicle recipe. Make a mocktail version by leaving out the tequila.
You’ll have more fun staying at home for New Year’s Eve when you pop some Champagne in these pink bubbly cupcakes.
This decadent chocolate dessert is packed with bourbon in the cake, coffee liqueur filling in the middle and vanilla-flavored vodka wrapped in the frosting.
The bold flavors from Guinness (or another Irish stout) will create a perfect blend with the chocolate cake and sweet Irish cream frosting. Enjoy this after eating your simple weeknight dinner.
This cupcake is a fun twist on a mai tai cocktail, using tropical flavor ingredients and a spiced rum glaze.
After chowing down on a perfect home-cooked meal, end the meal with a dessert that is reminiscent of a rum and Coke.
Fire up the grill and put on some fresh mangoes for this dessert. Add a spicy rum glaze with cool ice cream on the side to combat all of the flavors. If these boozy desserts aren’t enough for you, here are some of the most searched desserts in every state.
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