This Chocolate Martini recipe is one of our favorite ways to celebrate special occasions. Just measure, shake and pour!
There is nothing that says a special occasion like chocolate. And why not step out of the box this year and celebrate with a Chocolate Martini?
Our chocolate martini recipe is so smooth, it almost tastes like chocolate milk with a little kick. This recipe has been in our house for a while, and these chocolate martinis are always a hit whenever they are served.
I’m pretty particular about my martinis, and I’ve seen so many chocolate martini recipes that have Baileys in them. Not this one. I’m a purist, so no Irish Cream in a chocolate martini for me.
It’s a seemingly pretty simple recipe, but getting the proportions right took a little perfecting.
What ingredients do you need for this chocolate martini recipe?
- Chocolate Liqueur
- Creme de Cocoa Liqueur
- Vanilla Vodka
What’s the secret to a great chocolate martini?
The secret ingredient in this drink is definitely the vanilla vodka. There isn’t a large quantity of vanilla vodka but just enough to make a difference – the smoothness that the vanilla flavor adds to the chocolate martini is amazing.
Definitely grab yourself a bottle the next time you’re at the liquor store! You won’t regret it.
How to Make a Chocolate Martini
Want to know exactly how to make one? Check out our video for a quick how-to!
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- 1 1/2 ounces Godiva chocolate liqueur
- 1 1/2 ounces Creme de Cocoa
- 1/2 ounce vanilla vodka
- 2 1/2 ounces milk
- Hershey's Syrup for glass
Fill a martini shaker half full with ice and add the Godiva Liqueur, Creme de Cocoa, vanilla vodka and milk. Shake vigorously.
Swirl the inside of the martini glass with the Hershey's syrup and then strain the chocolate martini into the glass.