Frozen Mudslide

This cocktail is pure indulgence in a glass. In fact it is so scrummy and filling that it could easily be a desert. If you like your cocktails thick, creamy and chocolaty then a frozen mudslide is definitely a winner!

Yield: 1 cocktail

Prep time: 5-8 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 20 ml or 0.7 oz vodka
  • 20 ml or 0.7 oz Kahlua
  • 40 ml or 1.4 oz Bailey's (or equivalent Irish Cream)
  • 1 scoop of vanilla ice-cream.
  • Chocolate sauce
  • Ice
  • Squirty cream (optional)

Instructions:

  1. Add a handful of ice to a blender or food processor along with all the spirits and ice-cream.
  2. Blend until the ice has been crushed into very small pieces and then check the consistency to see if it slushy enough for you. If not, then add some more ice.
  3. Take the chocolate sauce (preferably in a squeezable bottle) and slowly drizzle some around the inside of your glass. It is easier to do this if you use a glass that widens towards the top.
  4. Pour in the creamy, liquid heaven and finish off with a quick spiral of chocolate sauce or alternatively take it one step further and top with squirty cream and then more chocolate sauce.

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