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Candy Cane Cocktail – #SundaySupper

Oh… my… gosh! Have I got a beautiful Winter cocktail for you! You’re going to love this! Is it cocktail hour yet?! Oh who cares, it’s five o’clock somewhere right? You’ve got to try this Candy Cane Cocktail. It’s absolutely one of the most delicious dessert cocktails I’ve ever tasted.

And just to make sure you don’t think I’m being biased, I’m not the only one who thought it was delicious! Here’s proof of one happy customer, my mom-in-law! This is also proof that I like using my family as guinea pigs for my new creations. Muhahahaha!

But seriously, back to this amazing Candy Cane Cocktail. It’s very difficult to not have two, but be careful because with vanilla vodka, white chocolate liqueur, peppermint schnapps and a little half & half, it packs quite a punch, but without having a strong alcohol flavor believe it or not. It’s the perfect combination and ratio for the perfect Winter cocktail.

So thanks to my #SundaySupper family and our wonderful host Christie Campbell from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures for sparking Winter Cocktail ideas, I bring to you, the Candy Cane Cocktail. I hope you try it and enjoy it as much as my friends and I did. And once you’re finished here, don’t forget to check out my friends from #SundaySupper and their delicious Winter cocktails as well!

Winter Cocktail Recipes

Cocktail Shakers

Winter Wines and Punch

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Print Recipe
Candy Cane Cocktail Yum
Recipe by Christine Titus
Course Beverages
Cuisine American
Course Beverages
Cuisine American
  1. Put a small amount of water into a saucer; set aside. In another saucer, add some red sugar. Dip rim of martini glass in water, and then in sugar; set aside.
  2. Fill cocktail shaker with ice.
  3. Add vanilla vodka, white chocolate liqueur, peppermint schnapps and half & half to shaker.
  4. Shake well and strain into a martini glass.
  5. Garnish with a candy cane and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Adapted from Sandra Lee

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