Drunken Desserts for New Years

Alcohol infused desserts for the holidays add a perfect ending to a holiday meal.

I hope you find something you like here and it gives you a perfect ending for your perfect meal.

These desserts, even without the booze, are special enough for the holidays, I think you will agree.

There is even a no-bake recipe that is easy peasy.

I made a baked alaska dessert once. When it was lit on fire there were lots of ooo's and ahhs. Lol

Don't you think a creme de menthe pie is perfect for Christmas?

And what's better than Kahlua? It's like drinking candy anyway. This recipe adds it to bread pudding and
you know how wonderful bread pudding is!

There is a recipe for Bailey's Irish Cream brownies. I made Irish Cream once. It was very tasty and 

much cheaper to make than buy. It was fun to make, too.

Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes and Bourbon Tipsy Cake look totally doable and will definitely be 

conversation starters. 

These desserts are awesome looking, aren't they? I haven't decided what I'm going to make for New

 Year's but I think anyone of the following would be completely acceptable. What do you think?

Boozy Banana Bread from Evelyn at My Turn for Us:

Debi, at Adorned from Above, prepared a creme de menthe pie. Yummy.

Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes by The Brown Eyed Baker

I hope you liked these boozy desserts and enjoy a wonderful NewYear in 2022!!



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  1. Thanks for including my Tiramisu in your drunken desserts round up, Linda ! Had to smile at your collection name ;-)

  2. These all look amazing! I think the Kahlua Bread Pudding and the Irish Car Bombs are two I might have to try! Pinned!

  3. the desserts all look so delicious, thanks for sharing

  4. What great ideas! Thank you so much for sharing them! I'm pinning right now. :)
    - Brooke -

  5. YUMMY!!!! Thanks for sharing these in our Crafty Showcase. We just pinned them to our NYE Pinterest Board. http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/12/28/bowdabra-saturday-crafty-showcase-1228/

    Susie @Bowdabra

  6. What a delicious drunken round-up, Linda! Thanks so much for sharing at Saturday Night Fever!

  7. Love this round-up idea!! Thanks for linking up to Take it on Tuesday!!
    ~ Betsy @ Romance on a dime

  8. How about I get to taste all of them because they all look luscious and boozy! But I am a sucker for Kahlua! Thanks again for sharing at Sunday's Best, I really do appreciate it!

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