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Whiskey Caramel Pie Crust Cookies

Simple and flaky pie crust is transformed into easy pie crust cookies topped with a pecan and drizzled with a whiskey caramel sauce! Cut them into your favorite shape to fit your holiday or occasion. Whiskey Caramel Pie Crust Cookie Recipe | Take Two Tapa

from Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen

Fireball Apple Crumble

Fireball Apple Crumble made with sweet apples tossed with Fireball whiskey, cinnamon & sugar; then topped with a buttery crumb topping.

from Top Inspired

Top 10 Most Delicious Irish Recipes

from Beginning with Bergamot

Sep 5 Earl Grey Blackberry Bourbon Cocktail

This cocktail is rich, warm and fruity. It’s the perfect tea cocktail to drink as summer turns into fall. Just combine Earl Grey tea, bourbon whiskey, blackberry, simple syrup and garnish with rosemary. Click to get the full recipe. // Earl Grey Blackberry Bourbon Cocktail // Beginning with Bergamot

from The Crumby Cupcake

Irish Cream Coffee Mud Pie #SundaySupper

Coffee turned into pie? Chocolate cookie crust, a flourless chocolate whiskey cake, a layer of chocolate espresso pudding, an Irish cream chocolate mousse, topped off with a sweet whipped cream - it's a chocoholic's dream! #SundaySupper

from Cook the Story

Easy Holiday Dessert Recipe: Irish Whiskey Cake

A really easy holiday dessert recipe: Chocolate cake spiked with coffee and whiskey, topped with boozy whipped cream. A perfect end to your holiday meal.

from Stress Baking

Jack + Coke Cupcakes

Stress Baking | Jack and Coke Cupcakes: Need an alcoholic dessert? Of course you do. An improved version of my most pinned recipe of all time! Rich chocolate cola cupcakes filled with a whiskey chocolate ganache and topped with a creamy whiskey buttercream frosting.


NEW YORK SOUR 2 ounces rye or bourbon whiskey, 1 ounce fresh lemon juice, and 1 ounce simple syrup in a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice, cover, and shake until outside of shaker is frosty, about 30 seconds. Strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Gently pour 1/2 ounce fruity red wine (such as Shiraz or Malbec) over the back of a spoon held just above the drinks surface so wine floats on top.