Here are appetizing alcohol-infused recipe ideas that will help you think outside the alcohol glass and make use of your culinary skills:

Infused Ice Pops

In the summer, popsicles are one of the most popular pleasures. They’re available in a variety of flavors and are simple to prepare at home with ingredients. You can make this recipe as simple as just fruit juice or yogurt mixed with sweetener. Then freeze overnight.

When preparing these infused ice pops, make sure to gather all of the necessary ingredients. For peach bourbon lemonade popsicles, you will need water, sugar, lemons, bourbon whiskey, and peaches. For added ease and convenience order your alcohol from an online liquor store.  Use a saucepan to heat the water and sugar until the sugar dissolves. Remove from the pan from the heat and leave it to cool. Before pouring into popsicle molds, add fresh lemon juice and your bourbon whiskey. Alternatively, you can pour over ice cubes. Slice some peaches and place one in each cup or mold. Before the popsicles are ready to be served, place them in the freezer until completely frozen.

For a guarantee that the popsicles will turn out amazing, make sure you use a nice bourbon. Ensure the peaches and lemons are ripe enough to contribute flavor to the basic mix for the lemonade popsicles. Note that if the lemonade base isn’t frozen, it won’t work. The popsicles should be frozen for at least two hours before they are ready to eat. Finally, serve with a sprig of mint on top.

Alcohol Gummy Bears

With drinking comes the hangover, which includes a pounding headache, an uncomfortable stomach, and anxiety. Gummy bears infused with alcohol are a unique approach to think outside of the alcohol glass. When ingested, alcohol gummy bears can aid in the relief of a hangover.

To begin making your alcohol gummy bears, gather your ingredients: cola gummies and gummy bears, as well as your preferred alcoholic beverage. Fill a bowl halfway with your favorite gummy flavor, then halfway with your preferred spirit, just covering the candies. Depending on how strong you wish the alcoholic levels to be, you can add more or less than that amount.

Refrigerate the bowl for five hours after wrapping them with cling film. After the five hours have passed, drain the gummies in a colander and pat them dry with a paper towel. Finally, place them in a container and store them in the refrigerator to remain chilled for longer.

Sprinkle the bears with powdered sugar before serving. If your powdered sugar doesn’t settle, dust them before storing them in the refrigerator to avoid getting them wet.

Drunken Donuts

For a decadent breakfast or dessert, try a boozy glazed donut. To achieve this recipe, you can use a Guinness beer. However, you are not limited to this option. Feel free to use any alcoholic drink that suits your preference.

To prepare this recipe, you need a cup of all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt to taste, sugar, an egg, butter, and some Guinness Extra Stout. While baking, preheat the oven to 325°F. Set aside the dry ingredients after mixing them. Cream the sugar and butter together using a hand mixer. Combine the egg and the rest of the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Add the Guinness to the mix. Blend until they are well mixed.

Ensure to spray a doughnut pan with non-stick cooking spray and then place your doughnuts on the pan ready to bake. Preheat the oven to 350°F and bake doughnuts for 12-13 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven and place it on a cooling rack. The baked doughnuts will have fluffed up beautifully thanks to the beer-infused in them.

Use powdered sugar, Irish cream liqueur, and warm water for glazing. With a fork, combine these ingredients in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Reduce the amount of Irish Cream and add warm water until the glaze reaches the desired consistency. Finally, get the icing on your donuts. These boozy, creamy doughnuts go great with a hot cup of coffee!

Just get imaginative and think about combining tastes to your favorite liquor while creating your first infusions. Love Root beer floats? Add some whiskey! Have an idea? Go ahead give it a shot!