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    • Dani Lynn Lombardi

      Birthday Cake Shot 1 ounce cake flavoured vodka 1 teaspoon dry white cake mix 1/2 oz whipped cream flavoured vodka or chocolate liqueur 1/2 ounce half & half whipped cream (for topping) sprinkles Shake all ingredients in a martini shaker with ice and strain into a shot glass and top with whipped cream and more sprinkles. The dry cake mix dissolves right into the drink when you shake it up. Please don’t cake & drive.

    • Mel Holmes

      THIS IS FOR THE ADULTS!! Birthday Cake Vodka Shots!! Ingredients 1 oz. Cake Flavored Vodka (Pinnacle Cake/other brand) 1 tsp dry white cake mix 1/2 oz Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka (Pinnacle) 1/2 oz Half & Half Whipped Cream Sprinkles DIRECTIONS: -Shake up the cake vodka, dry white cake batter, whipped cream vodka/ chocolate liqueur, and Half & Half into a martini shaker with ice. -Strain into shooters or shot glasses. -Top with whipped cream. Add fun & color with sprinkles!

    • Seena Karapetian

      21st birthday shot! Yield: 1 shot (but you can make up to 6 at a time in a standard martini shaker) Ingredients: -1 ounce cake flavoured vodka (e.g. Pinnacle or Three Olives) -1 teaspoon dry white cake mix -1/4 ounce whipped cream flavoured vodka (e.g. Pinnacle) -1/4 ounce chocolate liqueur -1/2 ounce half & half (10.5-18% fat cream) -whipped cream (for topping) -sprinkles (for topping) Method: Shake all ingredients in a martini shaker with ice and strain into sprinkle-rimmed (optional) shooter or shot glass and top with whipped cream and more sprinkles.

    • Paula Ashton

      birthday cake shots (adult beverages)

    • Shone Savoy

      boozy birthday cake shots.. YOU ARE HERE: HOME / DRINKS & SPOON DESSERTS / BOOZY BIRTHDAY CAKE SHOTS Boozy Birthday Cake Shots 201275 COMMENTSHappy St. Patty’s Day to you! So this won’t be the longest post I’ve ever written, or the most Irish (aside from the fact that I really am 25% Irish) for that matter, but I wanted you to know that I’m here (bearing sprinkly booze), and I’m back in action. Over the past few months I’ve been working on some projects that are sort of behind-the-scenes (and I hope to soon share), and it’s meant less frequent blog posts, so thanks for being patient with me. I’m happy to say that I’m almost caught up and ready for a new phase!I wanted to share this boozy delight with you to get the weekend off to the right start, because it’s just too much fun not to. Remember I mentioned in my last post, that some girlfriends and I had some fun with Birthday Cake Shots a recent birthday get-together? I discovered cake shots after perusing the Pinnacle vodka site while I was planning cakey drinks to make at the party, and there was no way I was letting that go. I probably don’t have to tell you that bringing out cake vodka, whipped cream, sprinkles and more during a birthday party (or anytime) will definitely elicit some serious party-goer enthusiasm.Even though I’m not a frequent alcohol drinker, discovering cake flavoured vodka has been a pretty life-changing experience. I suddenly find myself randomly texting friends & family when I discover a new cake martini variation and googling things like “cake shooter recipes.” And I may or may not have started to carry sprinkles in my evening bag. Oh wait, I was already doing that.Too. Much. Cakey. Sprinkly. Boozy. Fun.Here’s the recipe for the cake shots I made, as well as a handful of boozy treat links from some blogging friends (below):PrintBoozy Birthday Cake ShotsYield: 1 shot (easily multiplied)Ingredients1 ounce (30 ml) cake-flavoured vodka (e.g. Pinnacle or Three Olives)1 teaspoon (5 g) dry white cake mix1/2 ounce (15 ml) chocolate liqueur1/2 ounce (15 ml) half & half (10.5-18% fat cream)whipped cream (for topping)sprinkles (for topping)InstructionsShake all ingredients in a martini shaker with ice and strain into sprinkle-rimmed (optional) shooter or shot glass and top with whipped cream and more sprinkles.

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