Try these peanut butter whiskey recipes for a fun and festive holiday treat!
These cocktails are sweet, creamy, and to die for.
From classic martinis to decadent milkshakes, peanut butter cocktails are a tasty way to enjoy the holidays.
And since they’re made with whiskey, they’ll have a sweet and licorice-like flavor that’s sure to please even the most finicky palates.
So if you’re looking for new ways to enjoy your favorite peanut butter flavors, check out these tasty peanut butter whiskey recipes!
If you have a peanut butter lover in the house, this recipe is for them.
The whiskey, peanut butter, maple syrup, and chocolate make this cocktail sweet and salty.
It’s also interesting because it’s got a little bit of spice from the chili pepper flakes.
This drink would be perfect with a scoop of ice cream or a slice of nutty candy bar.
So go ahead, indulge!
I highly recommend pouring over ice cubes here so that you can enjoy your martini as icy as possible.
This peanut butter and whiskey milkshake is the stuff of legends.
It’s super creamy, but with a firm texture that gives it a little bit of bite.
The peanut butter adds a wonderful sweetness to the vanilla yogurt and cocoa powder.
Add some honey or maple syrup for a sweet finish.
Whether you’re celebrating Halloween, Thanksgiving, or your next big birthday party, this milkshake will be a hit!
This fruity apple cider cocktail will make your mouth water.
Made with apple cider, peanut brittle, and vanilla vodka, it’s sweet, sweet, and totally drinkable.
You can even add a splash of whiskey to the mix if you want!
As an added bonus, this drink comes with a slice of an apple pie on the side.
If you love peanut butter cocktails, then this will be your new favorite.
This recipe uses chocolate liquor and peanut butter for an incredible chocolatey taste that makes this a great party drink.
Combine the two with bourbon and make it extra special.
This is a really fun way to enjoy your favorite cocktail without feeling like you’re going overboard.
Skrew Putin is a great way to get your hands on some Russian wine.
It combines the alcohol and flavors of red wine with healthy amounts of garlic, salt, pepper, and lemon juice.
This drink takes about 10 minutes to make and makes a fantastic appetizer or party dish.
The juices from the garlic cloves are so brilliant that they will make you wish you had brought more home!
You can serve it in glasses or go for the bottle if you prefer.
These peanut butter whiskey drinks are a delicious and fun way to show off your skills at the bar.
All you need is peanut butter, Skrewball syrup, and vodka for these fantastic cocktails.
You can have them ready in 15 minutes or less, so there’s no excuse not to make them.
They also look great – as long as you use the right color.
If you want them to look like they came straight from central casting, go with whiskey blue.
With this recipe for peanut butter whiskey caramel popcorn, you can try your hand at popping popcorn in a billion different ways.
The only thing you’ll need to make this is some Hershey’s syrup, peanut butter, and chocolate chips.
(And if the craving is too strong for you, use real chocolate instead.)
Chunks of warm caramel go on top of each piece of popcorn.
Top it off with some powdered sugar and enjoy!
These peanut butter and whiskey-infused rice crispy treats are addictive!
Don’t be fooled by the appearance of these treats.
They take a little bit of effort, but they’re worth every second you spend on them.
The secret to making these treats is in the dough.
It’s just as easy as using store-bought cookie dough.
But if you want to make something special for your next holiday party, why not try this peanut butter whiskey recipe?
Whiskey truffles are the perfect way to up your drink game.
When it comes to whiskey, there’s only one rule: never mix the stuff with alcohol.
That said, if you can get away with it, then fine!
The key is to use a good quality whiskey.
You just can’t go wrong with Maker’s Mark or Jack Daniel’s.
For this recipe, you’ll also want maple syrup for sweet and salty flavor.
To make these truffles extra special and addictive, add some chocolate chips to the mixture.
Whiskey and peanut butter are a match made in heaven.
And this appetizing cocktail is the perfect way to show your friends how much you like them.
The nuts create such an awesome depth of flavor, while the whiskey enhances it wonderfully.
It’s also topped with chocolate shavings for a little bit of extra crunch!
This is some serious dessert drink inspiration!
I’m drooling just looking at these, and I’m not even eating them.
This recipe is a fantastic way to turn your favorite chocolate into a delightful dessert.
It’s rich, creamy, and has a wonderfully bitter kick from the whiskey.
Add in some peanut butter chips for an extra crunchy bite.
These truffles are so good you’ll want to eat them off of the spoon!
I know this sounds weird, but you’ll love it.
This is the ultimate drink to sip while you gaze at the Hollywood sign on a hot day.
It takes just 30 minutes and uses only eight ingredients: espresso, peanut butter, cream, cream cheese, chocolate syrup, ice cream topping, and your choice of dark or milk chocolate for garnish.
If you don’t have all those ingredients or prefer something different (or even if you do), go with a dark chocolate drizzle instead.
With just four ingredients and about 20 minutes, you’ll have these peanut butter whiskey balls ready for holiday guests.
They’re sweet, salty, and everything you need to make a killer appetizer.
Plus, they can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer.
Speaking of cakes, this is where I want to take a step back and talk about the king.
I think it’s important to start with the most simple layer cake.
After all, it’s precisely that: a layer of cake.
It needs plenty of flour in the mix so you can use your hands to work it in and make sure there are no lumps.
The best way to get that texture is with butter, sugar, eggs, and vanilla.
Don’t worry – you won’t need any frosting!
Top tip: when you bake for this long (the recipe suggests 1 hour), transfer onto a cooling rack right away.
That way, you won’t have to mess around with trying to defrost an over-baked cake.
If you’re looking for something a little more indulgent, give this recipe a try.
It’s bright and sweet with a hint of vanilla.
The whiskey is strong and warm, but the peanut butter is light and refreshing.
It tastes just like any other dessert you know from your childhood.
What makes it so special?
It’s not just for adults, either!
I think this would be great in punch bowls at weddings or barbecues or even as an adult-only party treat.
Peanut butter and whiskey are one of my favorite flavor combinations ever.
This recipe is super easy to make, and it’s sure to impress your guests.
The best part about this fudge is that the peanut butter melts into the whiskey.
It creates such an amazing texture and flavor combination that’ll leave you wanting another helping.
Peanut Butter Whiskey Truffles
- The bowl
- 8 ounces semi-sweet chocolate
- 4 ounces heavy cream
- 1 ounce corn syrup
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 ounce peanut butter whiskey
- Chop the chocolate finely, then add it to a big bowl.
- The heavy cream and corn syrup should be warmed in a medium saucepan on a medium heat. Do not allow the mixture to boil; instead, heat only until the edges begin to simmer.
- Over the chopped chocolate, pour the cream mixture. Allow to stand motionless for around 60 seconds.
- The cream and chocolate should be thoroughly mixed in a whisk.
- When there are no lumps, incorporate the butter and stir.
- Whisk in the whiskey with peanut butter until mixed.
- The ganache should be covered with a piece of plastic wrap. Let the ganache cool until it reaches room temperature.
- By teaspoonfuls, scoop the chilled ganache and form little balls.
- The truffles should be covered with melted chocolate, sprinkles,chopped nuts as desired.