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Champagne Chantilly Shooters

Try these Champagne Chantilly Shooters for your New Year's Eve Party! See 10 FUN Cocktail Ideas for your New Year's celebrations on

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Dessert Shooters

Loving these shot glass desserts for girly get togethers ...Strawberry Shortcake in a glass, Tiramisu Dessert shooter, Banana pudding dessert shooter, coconut cream pie dessert shooter, Chocolate Kiss Goodnight! Delightful

This is a dessert called “Night Pearl.” Its egg shape is formed out of white chocolate. When hot dark chocolate is poured on top, the “egg” melts slightly, cracking open to reveal a dark chocolate truffle cake.

Raspberry Chocolate Ganache Pie Shooter. Sub raspberry juice instead of raspberry vodka.

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Chocolate Lover's Chocolate Mousse Pie

Chocolate Lover's Chocolate Mousse Pie ~ This amazing pie has a chocolate crust with a milk chocolate coating, fluffy chocolate filling, whipped cream and is topped with a chocolate drizzle. Perfect elegant pie for the holidays!

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S'moretini Shooters

S'moretini - made with vanilla vodka, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and Godiva chocolate liqueur

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New Year's Eve “Party In A Glass” Parfait

Boozy New Year’s Eve “Party In A Glass” Parfait with Grand Marnier-Soaked Pound Cake, Raspberries and Chambord Whipped Cream, topped with Maraschino Cherries and Edible Silver Confetti

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Peanut Butter Pie Shooters

peanut butter pie shooters -My mouth waters in memory of these shooters. Funny story, I purchased shot glasses, well spoons don't fit. ha ha They ended up in cheesy plastic cupsI mixed up the recipe by using pretzels in place of chocolate cookies. I am a huge fan of sweet and salty.

Dangerously Delicious! One package of chocolate pudding mix, half cup of vodka, half a cup of baileys, one cup of milk, whisk together into little cups and refridge for thirty min. top with whip cream! Christmas eve treats? Yes!