How To Make A Frozen Mudslide

Frozen Mudslide
Frozen Mudslide

Among my many degrees and accolades… just a minute… I’m looking for it. Nope, that’s my Truck Driving School Certificate. Nope, that’s my Eighth Grade Diploma. Ah… here it is. My Mixologists Certificate.

How to Make a Frozen Mudslide

Is this the wrong time of year to enjoy a frozen drink? I don’t think so! With the holiday season fast approaching, now’s the perfect time to pull out the blender and make a batch of these delicious “adult milkshakes.” Especially if you go to the extra effort of swirling chocolate syrup inside the glass before you serve it. I’ll tell you how.

Step One

You’ll need: Vodka, Kahlua, Irish Cream, Chocolate Syrup, Milk, Ice, Blender, Glasses.

Step Two

Pour milk into the blender; about one cup is a good place to start.

Step Three

Add one shot of vodka and a half shot each of Kahlua and Irish Cream.

Step Four

Add enough ice to make the liquid rise about an inch.

Step Five

Blend until creamy smooth, pour into glasses and enjoy.

Step Six

This is actually Step One if you want to make chocolate swirls in your glass. (I learned this in my bartending days). Lay your glass sideways on a bed of ice and spin it. While the glass is spinning, quickly squirt in chocolate syrup. Voila!

Tips and Warnings

You can substitute ice cream for some of the milk and even add a dash of French Vanilla coffee creamer for extra zing.

This recipe is enough for about one and a half drinks.

Even though it’s smooth, creamy and delicious like a milkshake, remember it packs a punch!


Author: Ron's Blog

At home in the Global Village.

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