From pie to cupcakes, there are plenty of unique ways to combine your favorite spirits and desserts in one. Read on for our favorite boozy sweets.
With a filling made from tequila, triple sec, and lime juice, not to mention its pretzel crust, this frozen dessert is made for summer parties.
These whimsical lollipops are embedded with an explosion of color–and flavor. Easy to make with just a few simple ingredients, like sugar and water, this recipe allows you to choose your favorite liquor for flavoring.
On the menu at San Diego's popular restaurant this summer: a Pisco Sour Shaved Ice. The pretty dish is made by mixing up a Pisco Sour cocktail and freezing the mixture in a slushy/ice machine. Then, the shaved “pisco ice” is combined with a light meringue, fresh grapefruit, lemon zest and gorgeous edible flowers, for a sweet and sour frosty dessert.
Wine and cake together? Only the best thing since red wine and grilled cheese. This irresistibly moist cake is lightly spiced with the fruity notes of Malbec (or you can sub in your favorite wine). Just think of how pretty it will look on your serving table!
in Austin, Texas, may be known for their cupcakes, which won Food Network's "Cupcake Wars," but on the menu you'll also find another delicious boozy treat: the Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Bar. Available year-round, the dessert features pecans, chocolate chips, along with a hint of bourbon on top of a pie crust.
A strawberry amaretto puree gives this childhood favorite a grown-up edge. The pillowy, melt in your mouth texture is just a happy bonus for your tastebuds.
For a grown-up sorbet, try topping off your favorite scoop with some bubbly. With a garnish of rosemary or mint, it's the perfect boozy drink to keep you cool this summer.
At in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Bread Pudding Soufflé keeps locals and visitors flocking to the award-winning restaurant year after year. Topped with a rich whiskey sauce, the dessert was first created by beloved Chef Paul Prudhomme in 1980 to celebrate the restaurant’s 100th anniversary.
Champagne in cake form? Yes, please! With a cake mix made from strawberries and champagne, not to mention a tasty white chocolate coating, you can't go wrong.
Take your next ice cream float up a notch with a little rum mixed with club soda, lime, mint, and sugar. Just add some lime sorbet or sherbert and you're ready to imbibe.
This boozy fruit recipe was made for piña colada lovers. Simply place pieces of rum-infused pineapple onto toothpicks, coat the bottoms in honey, and roll in shredded coconut. To infuse the fruit, it's best to soak overnight in a shallow pan or mason jar.
Planas Diplomático White Rum
With rum making an appearance in both the cake and frosting, these "boozy" cupcakes will win you over with their hint of blueberry and lime, as well as that classic minty Mojito flavor.
With coffee stout beer mixed right into the batter, these soft cookies are just perfect to enjoy with your favorite brew. The beer flavor is balanced perfectly by coffee and chocolate.
Made with ginger beer, vodka, and limes, these popsicles are sure to please even the biggest fan of Moscow Mules. Serve in copper mugs for a nod to the cocktail that inspired them.
This boozy dessert has just two ingredients. For the ultimate adult sundae, just grab your favorite vanilla ice cream and drizzle some on top in place of chocolate syrup. Yum.
These sandwiches will have you feeling like you are sitting on a piazza in Italy! On the menu at New York City's new liquor-meets-ice cream shop , this exclusive dessert features whoopee cakes made to look like orange slices on top of a fruit-forward sorbet made with oranges, Aperol and Cinzano Prosecco, for an updated take on the Aperol Spritz. Buon cibo!