Candy Cane Martini Cocktail Recipe

Entertaining during the holidays can be stressful, so don't try dozens of new dinner recipes. However, drinks are unique and the perfect way to spice up your event. We love classic cocktails, but holiday punch and mulled wine are perfect for a fun twist.

– 2 + 2 mini candy canes, divided – 2 tablespoons simple syrup – 2 ounces vanilla vodka – 2 ounces white chocolate liqueur – 1.5 ounces peppermint schnapp – 2 ounces half-and-half – Ice



Place two of the miniature candy canes inside of a plastic bag, and then use a rolling pin or mallet to crush them into a fine powder. 

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When you have a small bowl or saucer that is large enough to accommodate your glass, pour approximately two tablespoons of simple syrup into it. 

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Two martini glasses should be dipped first into the simple syrup, and then into the crushed candy canes until they are completely covered.

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Ice should be poured halfway into a glass. The vanilla vodka should be added to the glass. Make sure the glass is filled with the white chocolate liqueur.

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Put the peppermint schnapps in the glass and stir it up. The glass should be filled with the half-and-half. 

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A further alternative is coconut cream, which, in comparison to the other options, will impart a more robust flavor to the beverage.

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Add all of the ingredients to a cocktail shaker, and give it a good shake for about fifteen seconds. 

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The cocktail should be divided among the martini glasses, and then it should be served with miniature candy canes as a garnish.

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