Spring Entertaining: Triple Chocolate Dirty Mootini & Chocolate Olives

Triple Chocolate Dirty Mootini & Chocolate Olives By Rebecca Gordon Buttermilk Lipstick TV Cooking Personality Birmingham Alabama Pastry Chef Editor Writer Spring Entertaining

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When a cocktail could quite possibly double as dessert, you know you’ve experienced something a bit special. Triple Chocolate Dirty Mootini’s are the bee’s knees for a host of get togethers with friends, family or colleagues so when the good folks from SUDIA requested a signature cocktail for the Alabama Chapter of Pediatrics event, I knew it would be the perfect compliment to the evening that was in store. The decadent sipper starts with chocolate milk that’s blended with a little vodka & chocolate liqueur. To muddle the glass one step further, a splash of chocolate syrup is added at the end for good measure. But don’t forget the garnish. Chocolate Olives are simple to make & the crowning jewel to this divine drink that’s perfect for a host of occasions. Follow my instructions & be certain to have them ready to drop into each delicious Mootini.

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makes 20 {3-oz} servings

To serve the cocktail shaken, pour the blended mixture, in batches, into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously & strain into glasses.

4 1/2 cups whole chocolate milk
2 cups vodka, chilled
1 1/2 cups chocolate liqueur
1/2 cup chocolate syrup
Chocolate Olives

Stir together the chocolate milk, the vodka, the liqueur & the chocolate syrup in a small pitcher. Portion the mixture between 4-oz glasses. Serve with the Chocolate Olives.

Chocolate Olives By Rebecca Gordon Buttermilk Lipstick Triple Chocolate Dirty Mootini TV Cooking Personality Birmingham Alabama Spring Entertaining Pastry Chef Writer Editor Recipe Development Southern Hostess FROM THE SOUTHERN HOSTESS OF BUTTERMILK LIPSTICK
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How To Make Chocolate Olives By Rebecca Gordon Buttermilk Lipstick Southern TV Cooking Personality Spring Entertaining Party Ideas Recipes & Original Food Crafts Tailgating & Sports Entertaining Party Expert Tide & Tigers Today Tailgating Host Raycom Sports WBRC Fox 6 Cooking Lessons Birmingham Alabama Pastry Chef Writer Editor Recipe Development How To Make Chocolate Olives

An irresistible cocktail deserves an original garnish filled with big style.
Have these beauties on the ready for each serving.

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makes 20

20 Lindt Milk Chocolate Truffles
20 {4-inch} wooden skewers

Place the truffles on a cutting board with the smooth side facing upwards. The indentation on the opposite side will rest flat on the surface. Gently twist the wooden pick directly into the center of the truffle. Slowly spin the wooden pick into the surface until the chocolate cap releases & brush it aside. Pick up the truffle & gently push the pick through the opposite side. Repeat with the remaining truffles & wooden picks.

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