- 50ml double cream
- 50ml Irish cream liqueur (we used Baileys)
- 2 tbsp caramel (we used dulce de leche)
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- 150ml milk
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- 25ml vodka
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- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
In a small bowl whisk the double cream until thick, then add 1 tbsp of the cream liqueur and whisk again until the mixture just holds its shape then transfer to a disposable piping bag and set aside until needed.
In a small jug stir together the caramel and 2 tsp of the cream liqueur until smooth then pour into the base of 6 x 60ml tall shot glasses, reserving 1-2 tsp of the mixture to decorate. Put the rest of the cream liqueur into a blender with the milk, vodka and ice cream. Blitz until smooth then pour into the prepared glasses.
Pipe the boozy cream on top, drizzle with the reserved caramel sauce and decorate with chocolate wafers and tiny pieces of fudge. Serve immediately.