Two Cakes With Booze That You Can Make And Enjoy Right Now

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When it comes to dessert, all you probably think of is pouring your wine into a glass but there are times that you need something more such as a cake with booze. Having something you can sink your teeth into for dessert can be the treat you need to provide that delicious, boozy kick.

Here are a number of foolproof recipes which expertly use alcohol to add flavour and dimension to your favourite sweet treats. You can make them at home and impress everyone when next you have a party or just eat them alone on your couch.

Vodka-Spiked Mango Pineapple Cupcakes
A lack of wholesome and delicious vegan desserts are available for the discerning mind to choose from. The Vodka-Spiked Mango Pineapple Cupcakes is one recipe you definitely can’t get enough of.

Mango is considered the queen of tropical fruit in Brazil. It is sweet, has a musky flavour and frequently features in desserts, as well as in festive cupcakes. The bright, fruity cake brings to mind poolside Piña Coladas, even if rum doesn’t make an appearance, vodka gives the needed alcohol feel.

More so, it adds a special touch, and the flavour becomes very intriguing. To make the cupcakes extra amazing, be sure to use high-quality maraschino cherries such as Luxardo. What you basically need for this cupcake desserts are mango, vodka and crushed pineapples.

One-Skillet Dark and Stormy Banana Bread
For a lot of bakers, banana bread is one of the easiest and most satisfying things to make. It doesn’t require yeast and gives you a chance to use those almost-brown bananas before they go bad.

Some bakers makes the classic recipe even more user-friendly by baking the entire thing in a cast iron skillet. This rum-spiked recipe combines her two passions for a crowd-pleasing treat that’s best served straight from the oven with plenty of butter. If you don’t have any rum on hand, whiskey works great in this recipe, too.



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