Given my obsession with pumpkin flavored booze (aka Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie vodka), I am kind of embarrassed to say I had never tried Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie liqueur. Until a few weeks ago, when my life changed forever…
Ok, so maybe it wasn’t that dramatic but this stuff is DAMN TASTY! Definitely good enough to drink on its own, right out of
the bottle a shot glass. Which I did. But then you know me, I had to mix it with some other stuff too.
The inspiration for this drink was a recipe I saw (where else?) on Pinterest – White Chocolate Pumpkin Snickerdoodles from Sally’s Baking Addiction. All of Sally’s recipes are completely drool-worthy, you should definitely check out her blog! Back to the drink though…
I had the pumpkin pie liqueur, I had the lovely cinnamon infused Rumchata AND I had white chocolate liqueur. Those cookies were just begging to be turned into a cocktail.
2 oz Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie liqueur
1 oz white chocolate liqueur (I used Drillaud’s Creme de Cacao Blanc)
.5 oz Rumchata
3 oz milk (I used almond milk and it was delicious! I wouldn’t use half & half though – it would be way too heavy combined with the super creamy pumpkin pie liqueur.)
Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Shake until chilled, pour and serve!
This drink was every bit as delicious as I hoped it would be, and it is so easy to make. The Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cocktail is definitely a drink to add to your rotation of fall cocktails. I’m not the only one with a “rotation” of cocktails, right? Just agree with me. : )
Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend and an extra special thanks to Krissie and Barbara for so generously giving me a bottle of Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie! You guys are awesome! Cheers!
6 thoughts on “Saturday Night Sips – Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cocktail”
I have to agree with you by bringing joyful and amazing blog!! Cheers!!
If I’m able to find the pumpkin pie liqueur in our store again this year, I’m definitely going to give this cocktail a try. Always wanted an excuse to try out rumchata. Looks great.
I hope you can find the liqueur! If not though, you can just stick some Rumchata in a glass with ice and drink it straight – it definitely does well on its own! 🙂
This looks amazing, I want to try this for the holidays.
Thanks for being part of the linkz holiday party.
Thanks Simi! I hope you get to give it a try!