5 Booze-Filled Desserts To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Drink or dessert after dinner? This debatable issue can be resolved with yummy boozy desserts – your life-of-the-party friend, absolute self-gratifying with whom you want to hang out every day, especially after the dinner.
Some desserts like alcoholic whipped cream or wine-dipped popcorns may agitate your taste bud, but do not be persuaded. When done correctly, booze infused in desserts, can be the delicious gift that you will never want to pass up. If you have never prepared a spiked dessert recipe or discovered an alcohol-infused sweet course, you have been missing out on one of the outstanding food pairing genres of all time. Here are 5 booze-filled desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth:
The name of the recipe is more than enough to allure you to prepare it. There is a subtle difference between a tart and a pie. You absolutely won’t regret including this in your collection of pie-like baking stuffs. It is a great twist on your regular frangipane tart. Steep the pears in the refrigerator overnight in the solution of whiskey, vanilla, sugar and lemon. Then, combine the sweet tart dough with almond cream. It is also a very good travel companion and hence, becomes a must-have item for your next family outing.
2. Butter & Bourbon Blondies
If you wish to bake something unique to present at the end of a wonderful dinner, butter and bourbon blondies are the ideal choice. Bourbon blondies with chocolate chunks are very popular in Calgary. They are sweet and clammy buttery treats, all set to melt in your mouth and can be easily whipped in no time. Cut them into bite sized square so that they can be carried perfectly. For that extra twist, add bourbon, milk chocolate chips, toasted walnuts and browned butter. Your blondies will get a crunchiness from toasted walnuts and boozy hit from bourbon. If you have suddenly planned to give this recipe a try, but do not have the whiskey, a service like dial a bottle in Calgary can help you.
3. Rum Balls
Rum balls are the great adult indulgence. These chewy, sweet and no-bake cookies or candies (whatever you call it) are a mixture of cocoa powder, light corn syrup, crushed cookie crumbs, confectioners sugar and rum. To maximize the flavor of rum balls you can toast the nuts (almonds,walnuts, pecans or hazelnuts) chop them finely and add to the mixture.
4. Grapefruit Champagne Sorbet
This Grapefruit Champagne Sorbet is a great not-too-sweet sorbet that derives its tangy-sweet flavors from the pink grapefruit and ‘kick’ from the champagne. Light and refreshing, the sorbet is a delicious finale to any meal. Open the champagne bottle one to two hours before using it. Add sugar syrup and grapefruit juice into the champagne stir to blend them thoroughly. You can savor it by giving it a shape of ice-cream or crusher.
It is one of the most popular Italian desserts. The layers of this stifling sponge cake prepared with alcohol and espresso, make it the ideal concluding item after a dinner. The dense Italian population in Niagara Falls, Canada, has made this dessert famous in Canada. There are different versions of this recipe. This means you get a lot of room to experiment.