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Fun & delicious alcoholic chocolate pudding shots with peanut butter whiskey
If you're looking for delicious alcoholic shots, you need to try these peanut butter whiskey pudding shots. It's a super easy recipe that uses chocolate pudding, skrewball whiskey, and chocolate liqueur. These are a great addition to any party or tailgate. Enjoy with a garnish of Reese's peanut butter cup!
If you love a good shot recipe but need something a little different, then these peanut butter & chocolate shots are for you!
Pudding shots are easy to whip together, and could even take the place of dessert - they're that good! With only 5 ingredients, you'll have a shot recipe that everyone will love!
What You'll Learn In This Recipe
By making these chocolate peanut butter shots, you'll learn a few tips including:
- How to serve pudding shots at a party or in large quantities.
- A trick to gettting your pudding to thicken up.
- A simple way to garnish pudding shots - they'll look incredible!
You'll only need a few ingredients to make Skrewball whiskey pudding shooters. Plus, a few extra things to make a beautiful garnish on top.
- Chocolate liqueur: It's best to store this in the freezer for at least 1 hour before making the recipe. The chocolate liqueur really brings out the chocolate flavor!
- Whole milk: You can also opt for 2% milk. I perfer whole milk becuase it gives the pudding a rich flavor.
- Peanut butter whiskey: My favorite type of peanut butter whiskey is Skrewball - the flavor is amazing! Store this in the freezer for at least 1 hour before making the recipe.
- Chocolate instant pudding: There are many different brands of chocolate pudding, choose whichever you'd prefer!
- Whipped cream: You'll usually find whipped cream in the freezer section at the grocery store. Place the whipped cream in the refridgerator before making the shots.
- Whipped dairy topping: Make sure to get whipped dairy topping in a spray can that's made with real cream. It tastes delicious as a garnish.
- Peanut butter cups: And finally, you'll need some Reese's peanut butter cups to finish off the peanut butter whiskey pudding shots. I perfer to use Reese's thins.
Tools & Equpiment
You'll need a couple of tools to make alcoholic pudding shots including:
Recipe Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Having the liquids cold helps thicken the pudding.
The pudding shots will be a bit runny at first until they set in the freezer.
If you'd like thicker pudding shots, try adding in a bit more chocolate instant pudding a tablespoon at a time. Make sure to fully whisk in the pudding until the whole mixture has thickened.
If you're making a large number of shots, I'd suggest storing them in plastic portion cups with lids. This will make them easier to store and serve for a party. If you still want to add the garnish, wait until right before the party, remove the lids, and garnish with whipped dairy topping and Reese's cups.
Yes, these are easy to make ahead of time and keep cold in the refrigerator. Simply make the pudding shots, place them in shot glasses, then store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
When you're ready to serve, place the pudding shots in the freezer for about 30 minutes, just until the pudding has thickened and set up. Then, garnish and enjoy!
Peanut Butter Whiskey Pudding Shots
- ½ cup cold chocolate liqueur
- 1 cup cold whole milk
- ½ cup cold peanut butter whiskey
- 1 (3.9 ounce) package chocolate instant pudding
- 1 cup whipped cream chilled but not frozen
- whipped dairy topping for garnish
- 7 chocolate peanut butter cups halved, for garnish
- In a medium bowl whisk together chocolate liqueur, whole milk, and peanut butter whiskey.
- Slowly pour chocolate instant pudding into the bowl of liquids while hand whisking. Continue to mix until well combined and no lumps remain. Allow pudding to set for 5 minutes.
- Gently fold whipped cream into the pudding until no white streaks remain.
- Portion into two ounce shot glasses. Place in the freezer for 40-50 minutes to further thicken and set up. Garnish with whipped dairy topping and a halved chocolate peanut butter cup. Serve immediately.
Other Recipes To Try
If you love Skrewball peanut butter whiskey as much as I do, try some of my favorite other boozy combinations: