Adding liquor to a dessert can add a depth of flavor that is sure to make it a crowd pleaser. Cakes will be moister and certainly tastier. If you prefer not to use alcohol in your desserts, you can substitute it with fruit juices or sodas.
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Incorporate lemon and limoncello liquor into the Limoncello cake batter, and then indulge in the mascarpone cheese icing that incorporates lemon curd and mascarpone cheese with whipped cream.
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Even though a box mix is used in this recipe for Boozy Brownies, they taste completely homemade. Bourbon and rum give them their boozy name and chocolate chips put them over the top.
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Here's a decadent dessert made with layers of chocolate and vanilla cake along with a buttery filling and topped with Kirsch-flavored whipped cream.
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Sparkling wine is incorporated into the batter and frosting of these fancy Champagne cupcakes. They're airy, brightly flavored little treats and an excellent way to wow guests at any party.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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The blueberry lovers in your life will like this one. Plus you get to be creative and choose your own favorite liqueur. In fact, almost all Trifles are made with a liqueur or liquor.
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You don't have to be a Bacardi Rum drinker to enjoy this tasty cake. This tried-and-true recipe makes the moistest cake you'll ever eat. In fact, it's the one cake that gets better with age.
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Just like the cocktail, this Black Russian Cake is made with vodka and Kahlua. Bake this delicious cake in a bundt cake pan and top with a chocolate fudge glaze.
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This recipe for Hazelnut Bundt Cake is made with Frangelico Liqueur. Besides having the hazelnuts on top and sprinkled about the cake, the liqueur gives the entire cake a nutty taste.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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This unique Tiramisu recipe features coffee and Kahlua as two of its ingredients. Cool and creamy, it is the perfect dessert after a heavy meal.