1. Rock On:
Add a sweet chic surprise to your champagne by simply adding a rock candy stick
to your flute. Get the recipe from Sensationally Sweet Events.
2.Andes Mint Martini: Using Andes Creme De Menthe Baking Chips, good quality vodka, chocolate syrup and whipped cream for garnish, those not drinking this sweet
delight is sure to be green with envy. Get the recipe from The Cookie Rookie.
3.S'more, Please: Toasted marshmallows
hollowed out and used as shot glasses!!! OMG! Why wait for the party? Lets do
this right now! Get the recipe at Erica's Sweet Tooth.
Cane Shooters: Use marshmallow fluff to get the crushed candy canes to
stick to the rim. Then shake together peppermint truffle creamer, half and half, and white chocolate liqueur. Christmas never tasted so good. Get the recipe at
A Night Owl.
5.Chocolate Martini Heaven: All you need
are three ingredients to make this dessert cocktail possible – vodka, crème de
cocoa and peppermint extract. The angels will be singing tonight ... or wait
maybe that's you. Get the recipe at My Man's Belly.
6.Cotton Candy Shots: Who says cotton
candy is just for kiddos at the fair? The cotton candy melts as soon as you
pour your vodka (or marshmallow vodka) in the shot glasses, so make sure your
guests see you pour. It's all about the presentation, you know. Get the recipe
at Sugar and Charm.
7.Eggnog Shooters: Yes, you read that
correctly. This bourbon concoction is heaven in a shot glass. The best part is
the edible golden glitter on the rim. Get the recipe from Alton Brown.
8.Christmas Moscow Mules: There is something special about the copper mug. For this
holiday interpretation, you need ginger beer, gin or vodka cranberry juice and
simple syrup. Don't forget the rosemary sprig and orange slice. Get the recipe from Home Sweet Jones.
Martini: We're not going to lie. There are a lot of ingredients in this
drink, but it's well worth it (especially if you're planning on sipping a few),
we promise. Get the recipe at Eat Drink Love.
10. Cranberry Mojito: Mojitos aren't just
for vacations on the beach. Add some cranberries to your simple syrup and
transform this mid-summer drink into a festive one. Get the recipe from Girl Raised in the South.