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Godiva™ Chocolate Martini

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    • Prep 5min
    • Total5min
    • Servings1

    Here's an easy chocolate martini recipe. or for dessert on its own.MORE+LESS-

    ByTBSP Geoff

    Updated June 22, 2015


    1 1/2

    ounces Godiva™ chocolate liqueur

    1 1/2

    ounces creme de cacao


    ounce vodka

    2 1/2

    ounces half and half


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      Mix all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and pour into a chilled martini glass.

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    Chocolate Martini Recipe

    This is three-ingredient Chocolate Martini is simple and delicious and the perfect cocktail for girl&rsquos night, Valentine&rsquos Day dinner, Galentine&rsquos Day or to serve as a dessert cocktail at your next dinner party.

    Shake up a chocolate martini to turn any night in, into a festive fun night for all the chocolate lovers! This is the same Chocolate Martini recipe that is served at The Hotel Hershey, Hershey Lodge as well as the soon to be opened Hershey&rsquos Chocolatetown. While you are sipping on a chocolate martini, make the kids the hot chocolate bombs that everyone loves this year.

    More cocktails to shakeup:

    What’s in a chocolate martini?

    The vodka martini is about as far from a classic dry martini as they come. In fact, it’s ironic that vodka martinis even carry the name! The Classic Martini is straight up gin and vermouth: it’s as dry as they come. You can also make a vodka version of the classic, but a family of sweet and fruity vodka martinis started to become popular in the 1990’s. There’s really no resemblance to the original martini: so it’s just a fun excuse to make a vodka mixed drink!

    The chocolate martini is a concept that all bartenders riff on, so there’s no “official” definition like the lemon drop martini or espresso martini. Here’s what we put in our chocolate martini recipe:

    • Vodka
    • Irish cream (like Baileys)
    • Creme de cacao
    • Heavy cream
    • Simple syrup
    • Cocoa powder

    Chocolate Martini

    I've been a chocoholic since . well, birth, I think. I was really excited to hear about a chocolate-themed blog event and signed up! As if I need an excuse to load this blog up with chocolate recipes like today's Chocolate Martini.

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    This chocolate martini is a long-time favorite of mine. I make them for parties, girls' night in, or pretty much any day that ends in "-y." It's so easy, and I almost always have the ingredients on-hand.

    The recipe as-written makes a pretty strong martini, which is just how I like them. You can make them weaker by using just 2 ounces each of chocolate liqueur and creme de cacao.

    The garnished rim is what puts it over the top, though. I make a ring of chocolate syrup on a small plate, then dip the chilled glass in it, then gently dip the glass into grated chocolate. Use the best quality chocolate you can get, such as Scharffen Berger or Valrhona. They type is up to you, whether it's semisweet or bittersweet chocolate.

    You can mix the spirits ahead of time and keep it chilled. When you're ready to serve, pour the alcohol into the shaker, add the half-and-half, shake and enjoy!

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    Chocolate and CBD…need we say more? Oh yeah, how about a dose of vodka for good measure. Mix all of these ingredients together, and what have you got? A deliciously decadent chocolate martini, of course!

    Whether you’re entertaining a crowd or just treating yourself, the chocolate martini is one of the tastiest ways to cap off a long day. Plus, a little spritz of Tribe’s CBD oil makes everything better, right?

    How many calories are in this drink?

    First off let's remind everyone that this is a dessert type drink, so expect the calories to be high. For one 12 fl. oz. glass, the calories are 1165. This drink is also high in calcium, iron and vitamin A. If you would like to cut the calories dramatically, serve this beverage in a 4 fl. oz. glass. For more nutritional information, scroll past the recipe card.

    Can I make a this ahead?

    Yes, just follow the steps below and you'll be all set for your next party.

    • Make the strong coffee and ganache and allow them to cool. After you decorate the rims of the glasses, cover and refrigerate.
    • Decorate the inside of the glasses and the rims with chocolate and place in the freezer so it can harden.
    • Mix up the drink and pour into a 4-cup carafe or glass measuring cup. Cover and place in the fridge.
    • Just before serving, stir then pour into the prepared glasses and garnish as desired.

    Can this drink be frozen?

    Unfortunately, I don't recommend freezing this drink to get it to be slushy. It tastes best if consumed within 24 hours. If you have any leftovers, cover so it's air tight and refrigerate.

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    Godiva Chocolate S’mores Martini

    This Godiva Chocolate S’mores Martini requires only 3 ingredients and a garnishment of graham cracker crumbs and marshmallows for a mystical, drinkable treat. It will have you opting to drink your dessert and skip turning on that hot oven. Did I mention the Godiva Chocolate Liqueur? It is good straight from the bottle, so you can imagine what kind of yum situation is created when Marshmallow Vodka is added to the mix. Feel free to dip that marshmallow garnishment and give it a good stir before eating!

    I’ve turned into a complete food photography drama queen! Without fail, drama will follow me the second I take out my camera. I broke another set of drinking glasses full of S’mores Martinis before I even started taking pictures (RIP you beautiful glasses of bliss). Anyhow, I once again tipped over a board on top of the entire setup (Dora folding table) and ruined everything. I even went as far as to have a major diva meltdown session (never mind what that entailed). My clumsiness also managed to attract a school of ants to join the party! So after another painful round of self-deprecation I decided to make another round of drinks, drink one immediately and get back on the Dora table photography horse. My main motivation at that point was probably to have another one of these drinks!!

    Let’s talk about how good S’mores anything is for a second! The addition of chocolate, graham crackers and roasted marshmallows to anything is otherworldly. Yes, I am seriously thinking of testing this theory on my next chicken dish (okay that may be exaggerating a bit). However, I can say with certainty that you can’t go wrong with S’mores Waffles or Doughnuts. Put away that dirty stick you found in your backyard and add some decadence to your next round of drinks or brunch instead. No bug bites or stinky smoke involved here!

    Be sure to check out my Saturated Saturday page for more great cocktail temptations. My Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini is another personal favorite with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur (so much yummy going on here).

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