Have Dessert First: The Cake Batter Martini

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You read that title right — this is a cake batter martini. Yes, the sweet rainbow mix you loved to lick off the spoon as a kid is all grown up in this indulgent, dessert-worthy cocktail. Perfect for a birthday celebration, or just any ol’ evening you’re in need of a sippable special treat!

Cake Batter Martini


What You’ll Need:
2 oz cake-flavored vodka
2 oz clear creme de cacao
2 oz amaretto
2 oz Godiva white chocolate liqueur
2 oz heavy whipping cream
Multicolored nonpareil sprinkles

How To:
1. Pour a splash of heavy cream on a flat dish and a handful or two of nonpareil sprinkles in a bowl.
2. Spin the rim of your glass through the heavy cream, then through the nonpareil sprinkles.
3. Add a few pinches of sprinkles to the bottom of the glass (this creates the little splash of color at the base of the drink!).
4. Combine all liquid ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice, and shake to combine.
5. Pour into a martini glass, garnish with another pinch or two of sprinkles on top, and enjoy!

+What’s your favorite sweet treat cocktail?

Adapted from The Novice Chef

About Natalie

As the owner of three small, fluffy dogs, Natalie has accepted the fact that dog hair being everywhere and on everything is just part of her lifestyle now. She cannot stop decorating (and redecorating) her home, and lives by Robert Venturi's words, "Less is a bore." Fresh flowers, floral print dresses, and a good gin and tonic are just a few of her favorite things.

2 Responses to Have Dessert First: The Cake Batter Martini

  1. Carissa 09/04/2015 at 7:18 pm #

    This looks amazing. Unfortunately I don’t think cake flavoured vodka exists anywhere outside of the USA…not in Australia at least ?

    • ModNatalie 09/11/2015 at 6:12 pm #

      I’d suggest trying it with vanilla vodka if you can’t find cake — and maybe even mixing in a bit of cake mix, which I’ve seen in other recipes! 🙂

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