Easy mudslide recipe – How to make a mudslide

Easy mudslide recipe - How to make a mudslide

The classic mudslide inspires this sumptuous drink—a loving nod to the bubbly shakes on some of our favorite American chain restaurant menus. Adapting this drink from the shaker to the blender is as easy as it is delicious: simply mix vanilla ice cream with Bailey’s, coffee liqueur and vodka. Be sure to drizzle the chocolate syrup around the inside of the glass before adding the shake; it looks amazing from the outside and mimics the original cocktail. Serve this shake as a decadent dessert cocktail on a warm summer night or anytime you’re craving a fizzy frozen treat.

What’s in a mudslide?

A mudslide cocktail usually calls for coffee liqueur (such as Kahlua), Bailey’s Irish cream, vodka and heavy cream. This milkshake version replaces the cream with vanilla ice cream.

Which glass is best for serving a milkshake?

A tall, clear glass is perfect for any milkshake, but especially for this mudslide, as it lets you see the chocolate dripping inside. Try chilling the glasses in the freezer for 30 minutes to an hour before serving so the drink stays cold a little longer.

How much alcohol is in a mudslide?

The ice cream and chocolate can make this delicious drink seem more innocent than it is. However, since a serving includes vodka, coffee liqueur and Bailey’s (made with Irish whiskey), it can pack a boozy punch. For less alcohol, omit the vodka or use chilled brewed coffee instead of the coffee liqueur.

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