Snickers Cocktail is a liquid candy bar in a glass with chocolate syrup, vanilla vodka, Irish cream liqueur, white chocolate liqueur, amaretto, and heavy cream. Try my Drunken Snowman Cocktail for another fun and tasty adult beverage.
One of Snickers Bar’s many popular slogans throughout the years has been ‘Snickers really satisfies’. Well, when you are craving the chocolate and caramel candy bar, try this adult dessert drink to satisfy your sweet tooth. Snickers Cocktail has all the flavors of the popular candy bar in a drinkable form.
Snickers Cocktail Ingredients
There are four types of alcohol in this cocktail, each that helps bring all the flavors of a Snickers bar to life, as well as the chocolate syrup and heavy cream.
Vanilla Vodka: You could also use caramel vodka if you have that on hand.
Irish Cream Liqueur: This is an alcoholic beverage made with cream, cocoa, and Irish whiskey (Baileys is a popular brand). It is delicious on its own, over ice, in coffee, and of course, in this drink.
White Chocolate Liqueur: This is a creamy white chocolate and cream, with a touch of vanilla, alcoholic beverage.
Amaretto: Amaretto is an almond-flavored sweet Italian liqueur.
Can I Make this Cocktail Without a Shaker?
Yes! Don’t miss out on this Snickers Cocktail just because you don’t have a cocktail shaker…yet😉. A great alternative would be to use a to-go coffee mug with a solid lid. Fill the mug up with ice, just like in a shaker, add all the ingredients, cover the opening mouth part, and get shakin’!
- Drizzle chocolate syrup inside a lowball glass. Transfer the glass to the freezer while you prepare the drink.
- To a cocktail shaker filled with crushed ice, add vanilla vodka, Irish cream, white chocolate liqueur, amaretto, and heavy cream. Shake well.
- Remove the glass from the freezer and fill it with crushed ice. Pour the contents of the shaker into the chilled glass and serve.
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This recipe was inspired by liquor.com.