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Mudslide pudding shot recipe with chocolate pudding, Baileys Irish Cream, and Kahlúa.

Mudslide Pudding Shots Recipe

You’ve heard of mudslides, right? Those creamy cocktails you’ve probably only ever had as a nightcap to a meal at TGIFidays. And, certainly, you’ve heard of Jello shots? Those slimy frat and/or bachelorette party essentials of slime cubes pumped full of vodka. But, have you heard of pudding shots? They’re just like jellow shots but made with Jello pudding instead of Jello jello. And they are delicious. Especially these chocolatey, creamy, mudslide pudding shots.

Mudslides are a “trio” cocktail, a cocktail that consists of a spirit, a liqueur, and something creamy, be it cream itself or an Irish cream. Technically, maybe a mudslide should be a quadruple cocktail. Or maybe a double trio cocktail? I don’t know. But the recipe, usually, consists of vodka, Kahlúa, Irish cream, and cream. So… double the cream.

Mudslide pudding shots have four ingredients: Kahlúa, Irish cream, milk, and chocolate pudding mix. Though, I suppose, you could add in a little vodka too. Who am I to judge?

Recipe below.


 

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Mudslide pudding shot recipe with chocolate pudding, Baileys Irish Cream, and Kahlúa.
Mudslide Pudding Shots
For this take on a mudslide cocktail, combine Kahlúa and Irish cream liqueur with chocolate pudding.

Servings

10 shots

Prep Time

10 minutes

Servings

10 shots

Prep Time

10 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pour milk, Kahlúa, and Irish cream liqueur into a medium bowl. Add pudding mix. Beat with a wire whisk for 2 minutes, until combined and soft. Immediately spoon into serving dishes. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Recipe Notes

This recipe made very strong shots that were a little looser. Increase the amount of milk and decrease the alcohol for a creamier shot.

Mudslide pudding shot recipe with chocolate pudding, Baileys Irish Cream, and Kahlúa.

Mudslide pudding shot recipe with chocolate pudding, Baileys Irish Cream, and Kahlúa.

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