Peanut Butter Cookie Shot Glasses With Spiked PB&J Milk

Dani Katherine
by Dani Katherine
8 Shots
1 hr 20 min

This is part of a Nostalgic Cocktail Series I have been developing for the last few months. They all have different nostalgic components and point back to something I loved while growing up in the 90s. Here's the back story for this Throwback Creation:

Who didn't love Peanut Butter and Jelly Sammy's growing up? No matter what decade you grew up it, it's a classic childhood staple, right? Well anything I loved growing up, I like turning it into a fun cocktail as a grown up.

I've heard of PB&J shots before but I knew I wanted to take it to the next level and find a way to make a super fun + edible shot glass to enjoy after taking the shot. Then I thought...You have to have milk with cookies! So I decided to put my own spin on a PB&J shot and turn it into PB&J spiked milk.

Hope you enjoy! Please drink responsibly.

Peanut Butter Cookie Shot Glasses With Spiked PB&J Milk
Recipe details
  • 8  Shots
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 70 Minutes Total time: 1 hr 20 min
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For the Cookie Shot Glasses
  • 1 bag Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix (and what is required to add to the bag)
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • Sprinkles for garnish
For Spiked PB&J Milk
  • 6 oz milk
  • 2 oz peanut butter whiskey
  • 1 oz strawberry liqueur

Prepare cookie mix as directed. Add extra 1/2 cup flour + extra egg.
Lightly oil a silicone shot glass mold and firmly pack cookie dough into the mold, ensuring it's packed tightly. Put in freezer for 15 min.
Cook for 23-25 min at 350. You need them to be firm. Let cool completely. Remove from mold and cut off any excess bottoms.
Add veg. oil to chocolate, microwave in 15 sec increments until melted. Coat inside of glasses thoroughly with chocolate. Let harden in freezer for about 15 min. Repeat once more. Dip rims in remaining chocolate + add sprinkles.
Mix milk, whiskey, and liqueur over ice, strain, and pour into cookie glasses.
  • It's best if you use a small paintbrush to coat the inside of the cookie glasses with chocolate, but you can also use a small offset spatula as well.
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