Saturday, December 17, 2011

Toasted Marshmallow Amore

Happy Holidays to this concoction!




Toasted Marshmallow Amore. What a beautifully made cocktail! Unfortunately, I don’t know the exact measurements for all the liqueurs..so….it’s experimentation time! This will be fun figuring it all out.

You’ll need DiSarono Amaretto Liqueur shaken with Kahlua Coffee Liqueur, Bailey’s Irish Cream Liqueur, toasted marshmallow syrup and ice cream.

An Olive Garden Special……..must go back and analyze this a bit more. What we do in the name of research!

Cheers, baby!

A Cocktail Puppy Recipe Update from Joe Friday Thanks Joe ☺
Joe Friday said...

    3/4 oz Kahula
    3/4 oz Ameretto
    3/4 oz Bailey's
    1-1/4 oz Toasted Marshmallow Syrup
    2 oz Ice Cream

    I asked the bartender for the recipe! I also suggested it be part of the unlimited Soup, Salad and Breadsticks menu! :)
    Cheers!

19 comments:

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Oh my goodness! This is the best dessert drink ever.

Heather Schmitt-González said...

Oh my gawsh...that's just gorgeous!

Danielle said...

Well shoot...I'm going to have to make a trip to Olive Garden...JUST to have a taste of baby!!

mary said...

I had one the other night, very yummy. Would love to figure out how to make them at home.

~~louise~~ said...

Oh goodness, this has my name written all over it!!! I've never even considered going to Olive Garden but that may just change. Research of course:)

Thank you "guys" for all of your enticing beverages. Here's toasting you all a Very Happy Holiday. (I'm just thinking about how I will look with my patch on and this drink in my hand, very funny, lol...Enjoy!!!

Joe Friday said...

3/4 Kahula
3/4 Ameretto
3/4 Bailey's
1-1/4 Toasted Marshmallow Syrup
2 oz Ice Cream

I asked the bartender for the recipe! I also suggested it be part of the unlimited Soup, Salad and Breadsticks menu! :)
Cheers!

Heather @girlichef.com said...

Awesome! Way to go Joe Friday. I definitely second it being added to the unlimited menu ;)

Truthful in ND said...

Awesome! Can't wait to make some.
is that 3/4 cups? And 1- 1/4 what?

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Hi Tru - I am guessing he means ounces. But some experimenting in the kitchen might be in order!

Bea said...

so how do you get the stripes of brown? I'm thinking you have to drizzle in the kahlua around the glass sides before you pour in the drink? Has anyone seen one being made? definitely going to add this to my holiday cocktail menu!

acamps86 said...

The stripes are actually chocolate! I had this last night and I think I may be hooked, it was the best!

acamps86 said...

The brown stripes are chocolate drizzled on the glass. I had one last night, they are amazing! I am hooked!

Sandy M said...

Thanks so much for posting this recipe. I tried it tonight, and while it's very close to what I had at the Garden, it's not quite there. You're sure it's only 2 oz of ice cream? Just wasn't as white nor as sweet as what I had, thus my question. I did experiment with more ice cream, the color was still more brown than white. So just curious!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Sandy - the recipe was volunteered by a commenter - so I can't vouch for its perfection - but it is a great jumping off point for playing!
Glad you had fun with it. ☺

Lisa said...

Omg I had 2 at the olive garden last night they are deadly they don't taste like liquor just like a chocolate concoction so nice I love it I maybe making these for Xmas

Sara said...

Where did you all find the toasted marshmallow syrup?! I can't find it around here :(

Dawn Turner said...

I was just at Olive Garden tonite, here in Columbus Ohio. They sold me a bottle of the syrup!!!! :)

Megan Hansen said...

I bought the syrup from www.torani.com. Delish!

Megan Hansen said...

I bought the syrup from www.torani.com. Delish! My favorite drink :)