These Fireball Whiskey Dessert Recipes Will Spice Up Your Life
Fireball whiskey may not always seem like the best idea, but fireball whiskey desserts are quite simply a game changer. Who knew that your favorite 3 AM last call shot could turn into your favorite sugar-filled treat? Check out these creative recipes below and become the boozy chef you were always meant to be.
Individual Apple Pies
An apple pie a day may not keep the doctor away, unless that doctor happens to be a psychiatrist. Sweet apple filing with a Fireball kick? This is happiness in food form. Click here for the recipe.
Step aside, cookies and milk. Fireball whiskey is the liquid that pairs best with our favorite dessert. Click here for the recipe.
Proof that anything can be enhanced by booze. In this case, cinnamon whiskey complements creme anglaise and fresh summer fruit. Click here for the recipe.
Fiery cookie bars loaded with Hot Tamales candies? Maybe these "blondies" should actually be called "redheads." Click here for the recipe.
Cinnamon whiskey in cinnamon rolls? You'd think we would have tried this by now. Click here for the recipe.
Swapping the cinnamon for cinnamon whiskey makes entirely too much sense. This has potential of being a seriously popular cocktail party snack. Click here for the recipe.
Candy Apple Pie
It doesn't need to be Halloween to consume this bright red pie. Ditch the popsicle stick and dig right in. Click here for the recipe.
We know how quickly your stomach can soak up whiskey, so why not let the bread do it for you? Click here for the recipe.
It's time to take your cup of hot cocoa to the next level. These spicy little numbers are perfect for those really cold winter nights. Click here for the recipe.
These will go down a lot easier than straight alcohol. In fact, we encourage the use of a spoon. Click here for the recipe.
The adult dessert to bring to next week's book club meeting. Consider it redemption for the crappy store-bought stuff you brought in elementary school. Click here for the recipe.
Just be sure to warn grandma what she’s eating at this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. Click here for the recipe.