We all know that drinking alcohol is fun, so why not take it a step further and eat it as well? These mouth-watering recipes are sure to keep you pleasantly plastered.
Drunken French Toast
For those hungover mornings try this recipe to bring you back to life. Combine RumChata and egg in a bowl and whisk together. Soak the bread in the batter for a few seconds and fry in a skillet on low/medium until cooked through.
Hard Apple Pie
For a holiday kick just add some rum! Sauté, cut, and peel apples in butter, sugar, and spiced rum. Add them to your favorite apple pie recipe and serve. This is a dish everyone will love.
Heat oil in a pan on over medium heat; add onions and sauté until tender. Add half a cup of Guinness beer and let simmer for about 15 minutes. Add these delicious toppings to any hot sandwich or burger and enjoy!
Beer Battered Fish
Combine flour, black pepper, a pinch of cayenne pepper, and one bottle of beer and whisk until combined. Dip your choice of fish in the batter and fry in a deep fryer or in a skillet for two minutes. Let them cool and enjoy with some fries (or chips as they say).
Spiked Donut Pops
This is an alcohol-infused dessert for sweets and coffee lovers. All you need is cake mix, chocolate pudding, powdered sugar, and Kahlua and Bailey’s Irish Crème Liquor. Simply combine the ingredients to your taste and bake in a “cake pop” pan until cooked through, let cool and eat up.
Red Wine Fudgesicles
A delicious alcoholic dessert for red wine lovers. To make, simmer red wine in a pot, add chocolate chips and stir. Remove from the heat and whisk in milk, put in the freezer to chill and then enjoy!
For those seafood lovers, who want a kick, try this recipe. Sauté scallops in a skillet over medium with one tablespoon of butter, half a cup of white wine, and chives. Once cooked you can add them to a dish or eat alone.
Spicy Beer Mustard
Add a kick to your barbecue by combining black and yellow mustard seeds with vinegar and one and a half cups of beer, cover and refrigerate overnight. In a saucepan combine half a cup of beer, honey, salt, allspice, brown sugar, and bring to a boil. Combine all ingredients and puree in blender, and let chill in refrigerator before serving.
Beer Braised Carrots
For a healthier kick you can braise carrots in beer. Put cut/peeled carrots in a medium skillet with one cup of fresh carrot juice and one cup of beer, cover, and let simmer for 10 minutes. Whisk butter and salt in pan to thicken sauce and add to your favorite savory meal.
Tropical Alcohol Fruit
This is perfect for a summer evening by the pool. Simply cut a hole in a watermelon or pineapple, and place in a bottle of your favorite vodka or Malibu rum (for a more tropical take) and let the alcohol soak into the fruit for about a day. Once the bottle is empty, cut the fruit and serve.
This is as simple as they come. Add bourbon to your favorite barbeque sauce in a medium saucepan over low heat. Toss with your pulled pork or chicken. Serve on a bun or alone.
Jack Daniels Cupcakes
Keep these out of reach from children; they don’t look like they have alcohol in them! Combine a cup (or two) of Jack Daniels with a chocolate cup cake mix (in place of water). Bake in muffin pan until cooked and top with your choice of icing.
Vodka Gummy Bears
This is for the inner child in the all of us combined with the adult desire to get a bit tipsy. Soak gummy bears in the vodka of your choice (in the refrigerator) for 48 hours. The bears will plump up with the vodka and you can eat them like you’re a kid again. Caution: you may not taste the alcohol!
For an after dinner treat try this recipe. Blend your choice of ice cream and Guinness in a blender. Drink with a straw or eat with a spoon, either way just enjoy!
Chocolate Covered Bourbon Cherries
These are a quick snack with a good taste. Soak maraschino cherries in bourbon overnight. In a double boiler melt chocolate and dip the cherries in chocolate. Place the cherries on a pan covered with parchment paper and let cool before serving.
Vodka Tomato Sauce
Don’t think we forgot about the pasta lovers. Get sauced by cooking oil, butter, onions, and tomatoes on a skillet and then adding cream, red pepper flakes, and vodka. Use the sauce to add a kick to any of your favorite pastas, or use it to coat a homemade pizza!
Who doesn’t love gelatin shots! Combine gelatin mix (flavor of your choice) with one cup of water and bring to a boil. Pour into a bowl, add a cup of vodka, and chill in refrigerator until hardened.
This is just like a gelatin shot, but better for those who don’t like gelatin. Use vodka as half the liquid used to mix the pudding (depends on pudding mix directions). Dish into shot glasses to chill in the refrigerator, add a dollop of whipped cream and you have a sweet shot.