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Christmas Sugar Cookie Cocktail

This month is really flying by. Friday is the day I share a beach cocktail, and I didn’t want to wait any longer to share this Christmas Sugar Cookie Cocktail recipe with you. It is a good one!

This cocktail is another one that’s great all year long but even more special at Christmas. And what better to use than Christmas as inspiration?

When I was little, my mother used to spend what seemed like weeks making Christmas cookies. I have several favorites, but sugar cookies in shapes like stars or Christmas tree sprinkled with red or green sugar also meant the holidays would soon arrive.

We have gotten away from a lot of the holiday baking we did a few (cough, cough) decades ago. But to this day, Christmas sugar cookies mean Christmas to me.

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This Christmas Sugar Cookie Cocktail was shared with me last week, so I had to try it. IT’S SO GOOD!

Reminds me a bit of a Black Russian cocktail meeting a White Russian cocktail. Creamy. Decadent. Sweet. And perfect for warming you up while enjoying a fire in the fireplace or a bonfire outdoors.

Ready? Good! It is an easy recipe. Let’s get started.

Christmas sugar Cookie Cocktail Ingredients

I always start with the ingredients. The reason is that when I cook, bake or make anything really, I like to have everything in front of me. Luckily, that doesn’t happen too often. I prefer to stay OUT of the kitchen and on the beach.

1 shot Kahlua

1 shot Vanilla Vodka

1 shot Half & Half

1-2 shots Frosted Sugar Cookie Creamer, to taste. The one I used is Delight.

Vanilla frosting and sprinkles

Christmas sugar Cookie Cocktail Instructions

Now that you have all the ingredients you’ll need, let’s put this scrumptious cocktail together.

First, rim the top of the glass with vanilla frosting, then dip into the sprinkles. Set the glass to the side.

Add ice to your glass, then add the rest of the ingredients. Stir.

You will notice that I did not provide exact measurements for the creamer. The reason is that I personally find it very sweet.

What I do is cut it back and if I need additional creamer, I use the half-and-half. That is what I would recommend you do as well if you prefer things a little less sweet like I do.

And there you go. Easy right? Hope you enjoy it. Salute!

The following are fun Ideas and Things to do during the holidays:

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About Denise

Denise Sanger lives a life split between her love for fitness and her passion for travel particularly to the BEACH.  Denise also has a love of marketing and lives in beautiful Suwannee County, Florida. You can find out more about Denise here: About Denise

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