Recipe by nikki p17
"This sweet and creamy martini is rich enough to be considered a dessert."
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1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
creme de cacao
2 1/2 fluid ounces
non-dairy vanilla-flavored creamer
This isn't exactly how I wrote the recipe, but I guess the powers that be have the right to change it. I used CHOCOLATE-FLAVORED vodka, vanilla-CARAMEL non-dairy creamer and COATED the inside of the maritini glass with chocolate syrup, not just the rim. These small changed may make the difference in whether you like it or not.
Thanks Nikki!! I've been looking for a recipe like this...I tried it and it turned out great! I also made sure I included the left-out instructions...you're right though it did make the difference. All I did to it was add some mint chocolate shavings to the top and voila! Perrrrfect! Thanks again Nikki!!
Glad I read the reviews first. Not sure why the site would change the recipe. I put a shot of vodka, a shot of creme de cacoa, and a shot of Bailey's Irish Cream (did not have creamer). It turned out pretty good.
Oh ya, keep 'em comin'. The only change I made was to use light cream instead of the non-dairy creamer because I like to use natural products.
yummo. Loved this. I used Godiva Chocolate Liquor which is fabulous and cut the creamer with milk b/c i thought it was too sweet. So good though. Thank you to Nikki!
Delicious !! Did use the carmel vanilla creamer as recommended and just drizzled the syrup in the glass before adding the martini !
Nikki, this chocolate martini is excellent! I really liked how the chocolate flavor came through without a strong liquor taste. I tried a couple others on the site and thought that they had way too much vodka. I like that this only had 1 Tblsp. After reading the reviews I mixed up the kind of creamer to buy. I bought the vanilla caramel creamer and it worked fine. I could also only find vanilla vodka and went with that. I also really liked that this one called for just dipping the rim of the glass into chocolate. I put a circle onto a disposable plate and dipped the top into it. Other ones, called for drizzling it around the glass and I found that to be messy. Just on the rim was elegant and just the right amount. I didn't have a shaker, so I just used a tall container with a twist on cap, shook it with ice, and then strained it with the lid. Try this one and you won't need to try the others! Ty
I used a full jigger of whipped cream flavored vodka instead of a tablespoon. Instead of dipping the rim of the glass in chocolate syrup, I drizzled the inside of the glass with the chocolate syrup.
This is one of the best martinis I've ever had.
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