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  • Writer's pictureBailey Fink

Recipe: Sugar Cookie Martini

Sweeten up your holiday party with this boozy cookie martini.


Nothing puts us in the holiday spirit quite like a sugar cookie… martini! If you’ve been eyeing up Disney’s Jollywood Nights menu, then you know the sweet martini is available during the Christmas event at Hollywood Studios. We can’t make it to the Jollywood Nights, but we can still partake in a delicious, festive martini thanks to this recipe.



Sugar Cookie Martini

Yields 1 cocktail


Ingredients: 

  • 1 ounce vanilla vodka

  • 1 ounce Baileys Irish Cream

  • 1 ounce Disaronno

  • ½ ounce milk

  • Whipped cream or frosting (optional)

  • Sprinkles (optional)


Instructions:

  • If you’d like, rim a chilled glass with frosting or whipped cream and sprinkles.

  • To a cocktail shaker with ice, add vanilla vodka, Irish cream, Disaronno, and milk. Shake until combined and chilled. Strain into prepared glass and serve.


Takeaway:

This is the perfect holiday cocktail for anyone who likes a sweet — but strong — drink. The Disaronno, or whatever amaretto you use, gives it a sweet almondy flavor of a cookie and the Baileys gives it the milk vibes of Santa’s milk and cookie. If you’re a little skeptical about adding milk into your cocktail, you can go without it, but it is quite strong without the milk to cut the booze. But, it’s the holidays, your drink can be as boozy as you want it! I would definitely serve this at my next holiday party or Christmas Eve dinner — or even curled up watching your favorite Christmas movie on the couch!

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