Drunken Desserts for New Years



Some drunken desserts for the holidays....




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







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9 comments

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

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

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

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

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  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

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

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

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  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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