Sunday, June 24, 2012

Cake Vodka Banana Chocolate Nut Martini


2 oz cake vodka
2 oz banana rum
2 oz heavy cream or half and half
1/4 crushed ice
1 banana cut into chunks
chocolate fudge syrup
crushed nuts
Prepare glass and banana before mixing drink.
Dip a martini glass rim in chocolate syrup and coat the rim with crushed nuts. Cut banana into chunks. Dip banana into chocolate syrup then into crushed nuts secure with two toothpicks for garnish at the end.
In a shaker, place liqueurs, ice and cream. Shake, strain. Pour into prepared martini glass. Garnish using the chocolate nut coated banana over the top secured with toothpicks. Some freshly chilled whipped cream is an optional addition. Enjoy!

If you like this recipe try other recipes using cake vodka below:


Cake Vodka Coconut Cream Martini
Cake Vodka Smores Nutella Martini

13 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

Such a fun and delicious looking cocktail!

Life's a shoe said...

yum this looks and sounds awesome

Baker Street said...

What a refreshing cocktail! :)

Lizzy said...

I really need to add cake vodka to my liquor cabinet! Fabulous drink, Claudia!!!

Reeni said...

A luscious thirst quencher!

Kalyan said...

Looks so inviting and delicious...mouthwatering!

Anita at Hungry Couple said...

This looks so yummy. I've been seeing so many posts about this vodka that Brian and I picked up a bottle today. Recipe experiments coming up! :)

Emma @ Food, Fork and Good said...

Droool! That looks brilliant!

Janet@FCTC said...

Oh my. Just....oh my. *drools*

Virgie's Place said...

You got me at Cake Vodka Banana Chocolate Nut Bread Martini. It's probably just as much of a mouthful of flavor. Reminder to self: Buyer a bottle of Cake Vodka.

Amelia said...

Hi, awesome and refreshing. Look refreshing and I would love to have one right now.
Great combination!

Have a nice day, regards.

Elisabeth said...

Wow, and Wow, Claudia!
I will have to take that drive to your place for you to make me one of these superb and elegant martinis...relax a few hrs. and then head back to my South end of Fl...or, better yet, next time you come this way, you will have to show me how to make it (I'm the worst bar tender...ever) I only know how to pick great wines!

chicago foodie girl said...

Oooh, that looks fantastic!!