White chocolate liqueur
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White chocolate liqueur

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Cooking time

Cool it over night

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Serves 30

A great liqueur that is easy to make and once you try it you will definitely make it over and over again. Everyone loves it!

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Ingredients

  • 1 l milk
  • 300 ml whipping cream
  • 100 g white chocolate
  • 200 g white chocolate spread
  • 40 g instant vanilla pudding
  • 15 g bourbon vanilla sugar
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 400 ml rum

Method

    1. Put milk and whipping cream in a pot, leaving some of it to be mixed with dry ingredients.
    2. Mix together the dry ingredients; instant vanilla pudding, bourbon vanilla and sugar; pour in some milk and combine them stirring.
    3. Now add the mixture to the rest of the milk in the pot, mixing it all together, adding white chocolate and white chocolate spread. Keep stirring.
    4. After you bring it to boil take from the heat and add rum. Let it cool down, stirring occasioanlly. Keep it in the fridge.

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fr334all's picture

Where would you get the ingredients such as the vanillaspread and even more so the bourbon vanilla sugar? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I can't wait to make this and give it a try, it sounds delicious!

anneli91's picture

fr334all! Haha more than a year later, but just discovered this recipe. But bourbon vanilla sugar is vanilla sugar with legitimate bourbon vanilla. There is different kind of vanillas (as I understand it) and bourbon vanilla is one of them :) So I think you can find bourbin vanilla sugar in pretty much any food store. The spread, I have no clue where to get. Hope this helped a little bit, even a year later ;)

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