10 Boozy Dessert Recipes Worth Celebrating

10 Boozy Dessert Recipes Worth Celebrating

Start the new year off right with these boozy desserts!


10 Boozy Dessert Recipes Worth Celebrating

You know what's even more fun than toasting a special occasion with a crisp glass of your favorite champagne? Eating a deliciously decadent, boozy dessert! Cheers to a sweet celebration with these 10 boozy dessert recipes.

From cake, cupcakes, and cake balls, to creme brulee and toffee pudding, these booze-filled dessert recipes are sure to liven up any party or celebratory event. Make any one of these recipes for a birthday celebration or maybe even a New Year's Eve soiree -- they'll win over guests every time!

Cheers to more sweets in the New Year! Am I right?

Champagne Cupcakes with Champagne Buttercream

We can't think of a more delicious way to celebrate! This boozy cupcakes will class-up any party from NYE to a wedding reception - yum!

Blackberry Red Wine Chocolate Cake

This elegant, layered chocolate cake uses just the right amount of red wine in the in the batter. The dramatic chocolate ganache accent on top makes this cake one that's as pretty to make as it is fun to eat!

Limoncello Mini Bundt Cakes with Limoncello Glaze

These mini bundt cakes are the perfect addition to an afternoon tea party or Easter spread. With delicious, tangy, Limoncello in both the cake batter and the glaze, these little treats will get your party started in no time.

Sangria Cupcakes

To us, a good pitcher of sangria really screams "party time." Now think about all that fruity goodness wrapped up in a delightful little cupcake? If your mouth isn't watering yet, just wait till you pull these warm and fresh out of the oven!

Boozy Margarita Lime Cake

Who doesn't love a good margarita? This boozy cake recipe has everything you love about this refreshing cocktail, plus it's a cake, so clearly this is a win-win. Made with tequila and orange liqueur, this cake is ready for the party when you are. 

Irish Coffee Creme Brulee

The creaminess of creme brulee and the warmth of Irish coffee come together to create this delicious boozy dessert. Made with espresso, Irish whiskey and plenty notes of vanilla, this is one dessert you'll be celebrating long after it's gone.

Deep-Fried Pina Colada Rings

You read that right, and these are every bit as good as they sound. Pineapples fried in coconut flakes with a healthy drizzling of white rum glaze make them the ultimate boozy party food. Making dessert out of your favorite drinks? What could be better!

Strawberries and Champagne Cake Balls

These super pretty and fancy champagne cake balls will be a spectacle at your New Year's party this year! They're also a fun idea for a birthday party or even a wedding shower. Nothing says "cheers!" like champagne and cake!

Dark and Stormy Sticky Toffee Pudding

This recipe combines two of our favorites -- sticky toffee pudding (yum) with the classic rum cocktail. Made with vanilla, brown sugar, dates, and ginger, and a decadent butter rum sauce drizzled on top, these would be a welcomed addition to any party. Cheers!

Dark Chocolate Whiskey Cake Bites

For a more manly version of cake balls, we give you dark chocolate and whiskey as the stars of this boozy dessert recipe. For a fun his-and-hers dessert idea, we'd recommend pairing these with the champagne cake balls above!

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Yummy! I would totally enjoy the Irish creme creme brulee any time!

Thank you Jamie for this awesome recipe book. I would love to make the Champagne Cup Cakes and the Irish coffee Creme Brulee just for starters. I think you make anything taste better by adding in a bit of booze. I have done it with my chocolate mousse and want to make an Amarula milk tart. Amarula is a South African cream liquor. I will post it on here when I've made it!

Looking forward to it! :)

Who doesn't love a boozy dessert? All of these recipes look fantastic. I can't wait to try one this weekend!


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