This Chocolate Martini is a sweet, creamy cocktail that combines chocolate syrup and heavy cream with three different types of alcohol! A great drink choice for chocolate lovers!
This Chocolate Martini is a cocktail that sits above the rest for its dessert-like flavor and creamy texture! Perfect to serve at brunch, holidays, or to just sip on with friends while catching up!
This Creamy Chocolate Martini recipe takes just 5 minutes and 5 ingredients to serve up two cocktails! Making it an easy-to-make drink to enjoy any day of the week or for any occasion!
Ingredients In A Chocolate Martini
I love that this ultimate chocolate martini recipe has minimal ingredients! Most of which I normally have on hand or can make right at home.
Allowing me to easily and quickly whip up a few of these when the mood hits! This recipe combines three types of alcohol: vodka, Irish cream liqueur, and chocolate liqueur.
I usually just use whatever vodka I have on hand, but I do prefer to use Godiva chocolate liqueur as it has the best flavor with a silky finish. As for the Irish cream liqueur I like to make my own by following my 10-minute Easy Homemade Irish Cream Recipe.
Finishing off this martini recipe is heavy cream, chocolate syrup, and ice.
How To Make A Chocolate Martini
- Chill The Ingredients – These chocolate martinis are best served chilled and over ice! Therefore, try to plan ahead by placing the ingredients in the fridge to chill. That way, when you’re ready to enjoy a martini, you can ensure that it will be perfectly cold!
- Cocktail Shaker – A cocktail shaker works best to mix the liquid ingredients together. Doing so over ice ensures that the martini is completely mixed while also continuing to chill the drink.
- Heavy Cream – This simple ingredient delivers a deliciously creamy chocolate cocktail! However, if you prefer to, you can omit it; just keep in mind that doing so will alter the final texture of the martini.
- Dress It Up – Drizzling the glass with chocolate syrup before pouring the martini mixture in makes for a nicely presented drink! Or, for a chocolate caramel martini variation, you could swap the chocolate syrup out for caramel syrup. You could also dress the rims up by dipping them in your choice of syrup with sprinkles to match the occasion. For example, red and green sprinkles for Christmas, pink and red for valentine’s day, and so on!
How Many Chocolate Martinis Does This Recipe Make
This recipe makes two martinis. Perfect to enjoy one while sharing the other with a friend!
Can I Make A Large Batch of This Marini Recipe?
Yes, this recipe can easily be made into a large batch. Great for hosting brunch or a holiday party! For a large batch, mix all of the ingredients together in a jug or container with a cover.
The mixed martini can then be stored for 2 to 3 days. When you’re ready to serve, carefully pour the mixture into a serving pitcher or punch bowl.
What Can I Use To Make This Martini If I Don’t Have A Cocktail Shaker?
Not having a cocktail shaker is no problem at all! You can use a mason jar with a lid, a protein shaker bottle, or a coffee mug with a tightly sealed lid.
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- Cocktail Shaker
- martini glasses
- Add the vodka, Irish cream, chocolate liqueur, heavy cream, and chocolate syrup to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake for 10 seconds.3 ounces vodka, 2 ounces Irish cream liqueur, 2 ounces chocolate liqueur, 1 ounce heavy cream, ice, ½ ounce chocolate syrup
- Drizzle chocolate syrup around the inner sides of two martini glasses and then strain the cocktail into them.½ ounce chocolate syrup
- Heavy cream can be omitted if desired, but it does make this cocktail creamy and delicious.
- You can make this in a large batch for brunch and store it ahead of time in the fridge for up to 3 days. If you make it in a large batch and chill it, it does not need to be shaken.