You have many choices when it comes to fun party shots to mix up for your party. Yet, not all of them have a really great taste. Sometimes they're so bad, you just want to get over with. Not so with these delicious little shooters.
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You know the cookie. Those delicious Thin Mints the Girl Scouts peddle every year. Have you tried the liquid version that's definitely for adults only?
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This famous mix is generally made of butterscotch schnapps and Irish cream. You can layer it or shake it or play with the proportions. Another recipe opts for peach over butterscotch, but we recommend the golden nipple that brings cinnamon schnapps into the original mix.
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Party people sure do love cookies and we have another tasty libation for you to try. The oatmeal cookie shooter may be sweet but it does pack quite the punch.
For this recipe, you'll build on that delicious butterscotch-cream pairing and add a little Jägermeister and cinnamon schnapps. The result is a creamy, very boozy shooter with a hint of spice and a whole lot of sweetness.
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You will have to trust us that the original chocolate cake shooter recipe does taste like the real thing. The ingredients are unusual considering the flavor we're going for, but it really does work.
The shooter is made up of citrus or vanilla vodka and hazelnut liqueur. When you're ready, drink the shot then suck on a sugar-coated lemon. It's a science experiment in a glass and one of those magical mixes we love to play with in the bar.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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What does it take to liquefy those bite-sized M&M candies? Two very common ingredients you should already have in your bar. Once again, neither of them is chocolate.
The classic (as in 1980s classic) way to make an M&M shooter is with amaretto and coffee liqueurs. It's delicious, but if you must have chocolate, there's a recipe with creme de cacao and Frangelico or one with chocolate vodka. Take your pick.
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The last of our really popular shooters that are now considered "vintage" is the Tootsie Roll. Yes, it does taste a lot like the candy and, yes, it is delicious.
There are a few recipes you can choose from, but the key to that signature Tootsie Roll taste is a hint of orange. The most common recipe pairs that with vodka and coffee liqueur while another simply opts for chocolate liqueur and orange juice.
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Stepping away from the sweetest of sweet party shots, the tomahawk has an entirely different profile. It is no less delicious, though, and it can easily become your new favorite.
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We really cannot share the most delicious shots without at least one recipe that calls for whipped cream vodka. When these flavors were released, they took our idea of dessert liquors to a new level.
For the berry whipped recipe, you'll pair that tempting, creamy-flavored vodka with a strawberry vodka. Add a splash of grenadine (because it can never be too sweet) and you have a pretty pink and oh-so-good shot to enjoy.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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The other shooters here are a little tame compared to this recipe. We finally get to bring a little whiskey into the mix and if you didn't guess by the shot's name, we're talking whiskey of the Irish variety.
The shamrocked shot is both easy and unique. Midori, that famous melon liqueur with the brilliant green color, dominates it and is accented with Irish whiskey and Irish cream. It's quite tasty and perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
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Jell-O shots are nice, but they cannot even begin to compare to the deliciousness of pudding shots. Whoever came up with the idea of spiking this fun treat deserves our thanks.