Thanks for sharing another way to enjoy my favorite whiskey. Beat together on medium until fluffy, about 3 minutes. Chocolate Cake with Jack Daniel’s Fudge Icing. Design by Blue Yonder Design. I’ve got to impress my new boyfriends sister. Bake for 30-35 minutes until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean (you may have some chocolate on toothpick from chips). Lynne Tolley shows us a new twist on a plain chocolate cake. ¼ cup warm water. NOW! And you know all that chatter about how the ‘alcohol cooks out’…well, toss that out the window! For the fun part~  Insert the shot glasses, bottom up..evenly into the cake… this is the most FUN shot EVER! You can add some extra frosting to the top…And GO FOR IT! ~The Everything Plant-Based Meal Prep Cookbook. For more information about Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House in Lynchburg, or to make reservations, call (931)759-7394. I haven’t even gotten to the fun part yet..nope! Lynne Tolley from Miss Mary's Boarding House in Lynchburg made Chocolate Cake with Jack Daniel’s Fudge Icing. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Thanks, Your email address will not be published. With hints of whiskey in the chocolate cake, and a generous splash in the salted caramel filling, your dad, hubby, boyfriend, brother or son will definitely go for a second slice. CHEERS! Bake up the cake according to the box instructions, and let it cool completely. 4 eggs, beaten. When chips melt, pour over cooled cake……will set up quickly. That’s right, everyone digs out their very own shot…which tends to get even more fun as the night goes on..LOL! Dash salt. Remove from heat and add in chocolate chips and whiskey. by ohbiteit | Aug 21, 2015 | booze & bacon, dessert, easy recipes | 4 comments. You’ll plunge your shot glass down deep into the whiskey soaked chocolate cake from heaven, and like magic, out comes a shot glass filled with your very own serving of the most tantalizing, tipsy, and tasty treats you’ve EVER had! Combine cake mix, pudding and salt in an electric mixer and stir on low to combine. Copyright 2020 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This alcohol is here, and it’s not going anywhere! ¼ cup Jack Daniel’s Whiskey. , 1 cup Whiskey (enough to replace the water in the cake recipe). These cake shots aren’t for the weak, they pack a HUGE punch!! Remove from oven and let cake cool. ½ cup vegetable oil. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. So making for new years eve. 1 cup sour cream. Slowly stir in water, whiskey, eggs, sour cream and oil. THIS should do it!! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Big chunks of chocolate bars and little Whiskey bottles will have everyone fighting for their favourite piece. Required fields are marked *. Ingredients 1 fluid ounce hazelnut liqueur ½ fluid ounce vodka 1 lemon, cut into wedges white sugar Pour batter into pan. Whisk together until a rolling boil and time for 1 minute, whisking constantly. Not this Chocolate Whiskey Cake though! The buttery nipple is such a popular shooter that there are at least … I know what I’m making this weekend. 1 box dark chocolate cake mix. Gently press them down deep into that boozy cake…, And do a little twist and release to grab up that chocolate cake shot…, Grab some spoons (if you want to be civilized)…. Each booze-drenched shot will leave you warmed from the inside out, and between the chocolate goodness and the sweet’re gonna be happy-happy! Remove bowl from mixer and stir in chocolate chips. OMG!!! Grease & flour a 9 X 13” pan (or spray with baking spray that contains flour). 1 (3.4 oz) box instant chocolate pudding. I’m always on the lookout for new and fun ways to get drunk enjoy some cocktails, and I think I may have struck gold right here with this tipsy chocolaty-cake libation creation! These shots aren’t only the best tasting, most unique way to get your buzz on, but they’re also interactive. Your email address will not be published. Buttery Nipple. All rights reserved. © Oh Bite It 2020. In a medium saucepan, combine butter, sugar, salt and evaporated milk over medium heat. Go in for more..and maybe more..  you’ll LOVE it!