15 Boozy Recipes With Kahlúa
Kahlúa Cookie Dough Bites
If you're only going to have "a bite" of dessert, this is the bite to have.
Irish Coffee Jell-O Shots
If you’re looking for an easy way to get the St. Patrick’s Day party started, look no further than these Irish coffee inspired Jell-O shots, featuring layers of Kahlúa-spiked coffee, Baileys Irish cream, and Irish whiskey. We also included a bit of pecan liqueur (because it’s delicious), but feel free to replace it with an additional 1/4-cup Baileys.
Everything you love about classic Italian tiramisu, layered into an impressive cake.
Pumpkin Spice Latte Pie with Coffee Liqueur Whipped Cream
Whether or not you’re a fan of the seasonal Starbuck’s beverage, we’re willing to bet you won’t have any regrets about swapping your typical pumpkin pie for this caffeinated uptake this fall. We were surprised by just how amazing a hint of coffee sets off creamy, spiced pumpkin pie filling.
Coffee Liqueur Affogato with Chocolate Whipped Cream
This decadent dessert is ridiculously easy to make and is based around 4 of our absolute favorite things: caffeine, booze, ice cream, and chocolate.
Turn the cocktail that's basically a dessert into an actual dessert.
If you’re in the mood to drink your dessert this holiday season (or you’re just tired of plain eggnog), this tall, creamy glass of sweet decadence—also known as an Eggnog Mudslide—is everything you’re looking for.
Mudslide Ice Cream
This delicious Mudslide Ice Cream is the perfect boozy way to undwind on a hot summer's day. With just four ingredients, it's wonderfully simple.
Espresso Shortbread Cookies
Cacao nibs are bits of roasted cacao beans, the primary raw ingredient used to make chocolate. Look for them in specialty or gourmet grocery stores.
Spiked Vietnamese Coffee Frappé
Thanks to a hefty dose of sweetened condensed milk and adorable cookie "straws," this frozen coffee cocktail is incredibly indulgent.
Pumpkin Spice Cookies with Coffee Glaze
Shake up your Thanksgiving buffet with this incredible offering. Taking inspiration from the best part of classic pecan pie (the sweet goo!), this nutty treat serves several tasty upgrades while still cutting sugar by more than a third.
Yummy ingredients from the popular drink--chocolate, espresso, and whipping cream--make a splash in these decadent bars filled with chopped pecans and garnished wtih chocolate-covered espresso beans.
These coffee-flavored cookies have relatively small amounts of granulated and light brown sugar becasuse the coffee liqueur and the dark chocolate kisses add a good bit of sweetness. Also, you might want to note that this is an egg-free recipe.