11 Boozy Desserts You Have To Make, To Believe

When entertaining guests, you don’t just have to booze the cocktails up. You can also booze up the desserts! You can think of it as the finishing touch to a good party! To get you started, here are some recipes to the best tasting boozy desserts. Cheers folks!

1. Baileys Cheesecake-Marbled Brownies (Baileys Irish Cream)


Spiked with Baileys Irish Cream, these brownies with a swirl of tangy cheesecake are cakey on the bottom, alternately fudgy and creamy in the center and crisp on top. They may look elaborate but they’re easy to make. GET THE RECIPE

2. Tres Leches Cake with Dulce de Leche Glaze (Dark Rum)


Popular in Latin America, Tres Leches Cake is a light and fluffy cake soaked with a mixture of three milks. In this version, rum is added to the soaking liquid and a simple rum-spiked dulce de leche glaze covers the cake. My husband calls it “heaven on earth.” GET THE RECIPE

3. Coconut Dream Pie (Malibu Rum)


With a coconut-scented cookie crust and creamy coconut custard, all covered in a pillow of whipped cream and heaps of toasted coconut, this pie is truly dream-worthy. GET THE RECIPE

4. Strawberry Frozen Yogurt (Vodka)


This strawberry fro-yo tastes intensely of fresh strawberries — almost like a cross between strawberry frozen yogurt and strawberry sorbet. The vodka ensures that the yogurt stays creamy and smooth in the freezer. GET THE RECIPE

5. Irish Cream Tiramisu (Baileys Irish Cream)


This fun twist on tiramisu — from one of my all-time favorite cookbooks, Nigella Express by Nigella Lawson — is a dinner party regular at my house. GET THE RECIPE

6. Banana Pudding Parfaits (Dark Rum)


Banana Pudding is an old-fashioned Southern dessert traditionally made with layers of Nilla wafers, vanilla pudding and sliced bananas. This version bucks tradition a bit, but still tastes nostalgic and delicious. GET THE RECIPE

7. Rum Cake (Dark Rum)


My grandmother was known near and far for this butter- and rum-soaked pound cake — it was the hit of every family gathering, and no one ever passed through her kitchen without sneaking a thin slice. GET THE RECIPE

8. French Apple Cake (Dark Rum)


Everyone loves this buttery rum cake with chunks of sweet apples nestled within. The best part? It’s a cinch to make. GET THE RECIPE

9. Honey & Spice Cake (Orange Liqueur or Whisky )


This gem of a cake comes from Marcy Goldman’s much-loved cookbook, A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking. It’s tender and moist with tremendous depth of flavor — there’s coffee, orange juice and booze in it — and the taste of honey shines through. GET THE RECIPE

10. Apple Rum Raisin Bread Pudding (Spiced Rum)


In this easy recipe, challah, rum-soaked raisins and apples are drenched in a vanilla and cinnamon-scented custard, and then baked into a warm and creamy pudding. GET THE RECIPE

11. Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding (Bourbon)


Served warm with vanilla ice cream, this bourbon-spiked pudding tastes like a grown-up brownie sundae. GET THE RECIPE

Bottoms up…with sugar :) Share with friends!

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