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This wedding-inspired drink tastes just as sweet as the cake, but packs a lot less calories! We love the idea of serving this reddish martini at a bridal or bachelorette party with the girls. Be sure to garnish with a lemon twist to give it that extra flair factor!
- 2 ounces vanilla vodka
- 1 ounce lemonade
- 1 ounce cranberry juice
- 1 cup ice cubes
- 1 tablespoon pure sugar, for rimming
- Fresh lemon twist, for garnish
Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well, and then pour into a sugar-rimmed martini glass. Garnish with a twist of lemon.
The Ultimate Guide to Cake Vodka Recipes
I&rsquove been experimenting with a lot of alcohol these days. And while I managed to use up an entire (small) bottle of Tequila Rose testing my Strawberry shortcake shooters, I wasn&rsquot able to pull that off with the cake vodka. Probably because I could only find a giant bottle.
That&rsquos how the Pineapple Upside Down Cake cocktail came to be. A giant bottle of cake vodka with no one to love it. But love it I do.
On the off chance that you too are staring at a pretty vodka bottle wondering what to do with it I&rsquove put together this list of Cake Vodka Recipes! It doesn&rsquot matter if you&rsquore rocking the Three Olive&rsquos Cake Vodka, a bottle of Pinnacle Cake Vodka, some UV Cake or Smirnoff Iced Cake Vodka, get ready to get tipsy!
It&rsquos pretty intense and there is a lot to get though so I&rsquom testing out a new index method. Feel free to scroll for days or jump right to the different sections for: Cake Vodka Shots, Cake Vodka Cocktails, Cake Vodka Blender Drinks & Cake Vodka Martinis
Birthday Cake Martini
You can celebrate anyone&rsquos birthday is style by making them this Birthday Cake Martini! It tastes just like cake in liquid form &ndash boozy liquid form!
This martini is literally like drinking your birthday cake. I used UV Cake Vodka combined with RumChata and Liquor 43 to make the flavors just right. Add some frosting and sprinkles for the rim and you&rsquove got liquid birthday cake.
The birthday dinner is definitely important, I&rsquom ordering up a few of these Whiskey Burgers and some apps. Lots of apps. For starters, we&rsquore making some Nacho Wings, then moving on to Buffalo Chicken Dip and then maybe rounding the apps off with Turkey Meatballs.
Everyone&rsquos always asking me how I rim my martini glasses for my drinks to come out looking so good. Practice for one, lots of practice&hellip
But I do have a few tricks up my sleeve. One is using corn syrup to rim some glasses. Usually a glass dipped in water works out fine but for pictures it can run and then not look so good.
But this Birthday Cake Martini needs to have a rim that you can eat&hellipand no one wants to eat corn syrup so I used frosting instead. No need to make your own frosting here &ndash the stuff from the can works just fine. In fact it probably works better since it has that crazy thick consistency.
Cool right? So get your rim looking party-ready and then shake up the martini. It&rsquos pretty much like having your dessert in a glass &ndash which I&rsquom totally OK with.
Serve this martini up to the birthday guy or girl, or make a whole batch for the table. Everyone else should get to try it too, I mean everyone gets a slice of birthday cake, right? Who says you can&rsquot have your cake and drink it too!
This drink recipe was submitted by one of our damn fine readers, JuicyDJ!
I have fallen in love with this drink. It's my favorite drink now. GOT TO HAVE IT!
I'm serving this for my 50th birthday, sprinkled with multi colored sugar sprinkles & renaming it birthday cake martini.
Another really good way to make it is to put Chambord in it. It tastes just like Angel Food Cake with raspberry!!
I have another way to make it.. And people at the restaurant LOVE IT.. I use Stoli Vanilla Vodka, Cranberry Juice and Pineapple Juice.. Shake all ingredients, then strain into a Martini glass.. There should be a foam on top, that is to symbolize the icing on the cake.. They are GREAT..
Tonya Lanham, Beaumont Texas
* : Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your diet needs.
Birthday Cake Martini:
I love this cocktail because the combination of ingredients makes it a cake in drink form. While the flavors of this martini alone are sweet and delicious, the sprinkles on the rim add color, fun, and memorable detail.
If you like this martini recipe, you&rsquoll love my Birthday Cake Shot as well. It&rsquos so delicious and has a frosting and sprinkles rim. You can grab that recipe here.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding cake recipe revealed
Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they had chosen a lemon and elderflower cake for their wedding, baking fans have eagerly been waiting to see how the finished product will look, and how it's made, of course.
With just a day to go before the couple tie the knot, cake designer Claire Ptak from Violet Cakes Bakery has given us a first look at her tiered wedding cake, along with the ingredients needed to make it.
🍋 200 Amalfi lemons
🥚 500 organic eggs from Suffolk
🐄 20kgs of butter
🍰 20kgs of flour
🍬 20kgs of sugar
🥃 10 bottles of Sandringham Elderflower Cordial
The baking of the #RoyalWedding cake is under way! pic.twitter.com/b3jhwtOwOP&mdash The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 18, 2018
Ptak, who has been working with her team in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace, also discussed how the lemon sponge cake has been taking shape in footage shared by Kensington Palace.
"We've been so lucky to work at Buckingham Palace, to bake the cake and ice the cakes," Ptak said. "The cake is made up of lemon sponge. It has an elderflower lemon syrup drizzle on the sponge. It has an Amalfi lemon curd and then it has a Swiss meringue buttercream with elderflower."
When it comes to the finishing touches, Ptak said she and the team will "assemble it in-situ" at Windsor Castle on Saturday morning, where the edible rose petal decorations will be added at the last moment.
As for the taste? "Where the buttercream is sweet, the lemon curd is very tart," Ptak said. "So you get a really lovely thing happening when you take a bite, which is to get all of those flavours and sensations. Hopefully it's perfectly balanced."
There is still one surprise in store for the big day. Speaking to a reporter, Ptak said: "You'll have to wait and see on the day. It's an installation of the way that we're putting it out. It's the last thing that we'll reveal. It's a non-traditional layout," The Telegraph reports. "It's a slight shift from tradition."
There's no doubt it will be one of the most talked-about centrepieces in St George's Hall.
We can't wait to see it, we've even made our own Royal wedding-inspired cake and added in a little Prosecco.
Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco
Photo and Recipe by Damn Delicious
Don't worry about the summer heat getting your guests down. With this fizzy sipper they'll cool off, and be ready to party, in no time. All your bartender needs for this cocktail is Prosecco, limoncello, frozen raspberries, and some refreshing sprigs of mint.
One easy way to elevate your wedding reception and quench your guests' thirst? A good mixed drink&mdashespecially one personalized to you and your groom's tastes. Everyone loves a signature cocktail, and they're a great way to tell your guests a little something about who you two are as a couple. But we know that choosing the perfect signature drink can be hard. To help you select the right sip, we rounded up some crowd-pleasing cocktails wedding guests love&mdashplus the recipes you'll need to share with your bartenders.
These super-fun (and super-delicious) signature drink recipes are guaranteed to be a hit on your big day. Go for beverages with your favorite spirit, or search for sippers that complement your wedding colors. Choose one or two as custom cocktails for your reception, or offer guests a variety of creative cocktails all weekend long. Remember to also offer an nonalcoholic, or "mocktail" option. No matter which cocktail (or cocktails!) you pick, make sure to give them a fun, inventive name. That's half the fun, isn't it?
Another great way to personalize your signature cocktail? Serve them with custom cocktail napkins or swizzle stick bearing clever turns of phrase, nods to the time of day best enjoyed, or your new monogram. Cheers!
Pinnacle Cake Vodka Recipes
…… This Holiday season you wont need a fork , a knife, or even a plate to enjoy some of your favorite desserts. Instead try some of these classic cake recipes transformed into liquid form. Our god friend at Pinnacle have hit another home run with their Cake flavored Vodka so here are some wonderful recipes to experiment with this year. One things for sure, no birthday, or Thanksgiving/Christmas will ever be the same.
Red Velvet Martini
2 oz Pinnacle Cake Vodka
1 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
Splash of Grenadine
Shake and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Coconut Lemon Cake
1 oz Cake Vodka
1 oz Coconut Rum
3 oz Lemonade (Fresh preferably)
Add ingredients into a shaker and strain into a glass filled with ice.
Black Forest Cake Cocktail
2 oz Pinnacle Cake Vodka
1 oz Black Raspberry Liqueur
1 oz Chocolate Milk
Shake over ice and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Coconut Cream Cake
2 oz Pinnacle Cake Vodka
2 oz Milk
Splash of Coconut Rum
Shake with ice and strain into a chilled Martini Glass. Top with whipped cream.
Cake Batter Martinis.
I know I just shared a big, fuzzy drink with you yesterday but before you go voting me off the island, hear me out.
I teased you about it last week and couldn’t wait another day to share!
So here’s the deal. I strive my hardest to develop recipes to share with you guys that are simple, easy, and most importantly – filled with accessible ingredients that you most likely have on hand.
This obviously doesn’t fit that bill… but can you blame me?
I have no issue running to the grocery store and spending major bucks to create a recipe to tell you about… however, I just can’t justify dropping a benny at the liquor store for one outlandish drink that I may sip once a year. I had all of these ingredients on hand – except for creme do cacao, which I did purchase (it was cheap: $11.)
[And really, while we’re in the circle of trust here I will tell you that I searched high and low (read: 5 different liquor stores) for this cake-flavored vodka. If you can find it… smuggle me a bottle. I’ll zip my lips.]
I highly suggest buying the whipped cream vodka because, um… well hello? It’s whipped cream vodka. For reals. And the Godiva liqueur is just… white chocolate liqueur… does it need an explanation?
K. I’m gonna shut up now because I have you convinced to go buy 7 bottles of booze while you’re still in your pajamas.
I’ll be honest: I didn’t have high expectations for this drink. I love my heavy cream in everything from brownies to mac and cheese, but in my alcoholic drinks? Not a fan. Don’t even try to give me a white russian. But this totally changed my mind. I’m not sure I could drink more than one (okay… who are we kidding…), but they were super fun actually tasted like cake batter. Once in a lifetime drink if ya ask me!