Happy World Nutella Day! (As if anyone really needs a reason to eat Nutella 😜) Last year around this time I wanted to make a Nutella Martini and I was actually pretty surprised that they haven't made a Nutella flavored vodka yet (Mark my words, it will be the next big thing! 😉) I decided I should try to make it on my own! I put regular vodka & Nutella into the blender and I was thrilled that it came out they way I had hoped! After a minute of blending I ended up with a rich, creamy Nutella flavored vodka. 👏🏻
Now you might think that's the only ingredient but don't let the chocolaty color of the Nutella vodka fool you because it is still very strong! I added 1 oz of Frangelico Hazelnut Liquor & 1 oz of cream. Shake it very well & serve!
This is by far one of my personal favorite martinis because I am slightly obsessed with eating Nutella! So for all my fellow Nutella Junkies...this one's for you! Happy World Nutella Day! Cheers!
What you'll need:
1 cup of Tequila
2 tablespoons Triple Sec Liqueur
2 tablespoons Strawberry Purée
1 cup of Limeade
2 tablespoons of Fresh Lime Juice
2 packets of Unflavored Gelatin
This past weekend we hosted a party for my 30th Birthday & as most of you will agree it is always quite a bit of work to juggle prepping food, drinks all while attempting to enjoying yourself. I always want to make sure that everyone else is having a good time! To make things a little easier on myself I prepped these Strawberry Margarita Jell-O shots a few days in advance. They ended up being a delicious addition to the party & I wanted to share the recipe with you guys!
You start by cutting all the limes in half & then you hollow them out. (That is by far the most tedious I part of making these!) Once they are hollowed out take the limeade and lime juice and pour that into sauce pan.
On low heat stir in the two packets of unflavored gelatin and strawberry purée.
Stir until the gelatin has dissolved!
Turn off heat, add the tequila and triple sec.
Pour the mixture into the lime halves and put them into the fridge for 4 hours (or until firm)
Cut the halves
Sprinkle with kosher salt & serve!
I hope you enjoy making & serving these!