"Strawberry Shortcake | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Tonight, I am drinking my dessert with a blended strawberry and vanilla cocktail that tastes exactly like strawberry shortcake! I made this my own with the use of chestnut liqueur in lieu of Crème de Noyaux. I see Crème de Noyaux a fair deal in liquor stores, but I never have bought any because I have been using a bottle of chestnut liqueur, I bought some years ago on a whim. I also used Rose's Strawberry Syrup instead of strawberry liqueur because I thought that it would be rich and sumptuous on top of the drink, which is surprisingly light and decadent. Using only 5 strawberries in the blender it had a surprisingly strong strawberry flavor, and honestly tasted just like I was eating a slice of strawberry shortcake! This was a very fun dessert drink, that I definitely want to make again! Cheers!", "undefined", "Strawberry Shortcake",

"Ingredients"

Strawberry Shortcake By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Tonight, I am drinking my dessert with a blended strawberry and vanilla cocktail that tastes exactly like strawberry shortcake! I made this my own with the use of chestnut liqueur in lieu of Crème de Noyaux. I see Crème de Noyaux a fair deal in liquor stores, but I never have bought any because I have been using a bottle of chestnut liqueur, I bought some years ago on a whim. I also used Rose's Strawberry Syrup instead of strawberry liqueur because I thought that it would be rich and sumptuous on top of the drink, which is surprisingly light and decadent. Using only 5 strawberries in the blender it had a surprisingly strong strawberry flavor, and honestly tasted just like I was eating a slice of strawberry shortcake! This was a very fun dessert drink, that I definitely want to make again! Cheers! Hello friends! Tonight, I am drinking my dessert with a blended strawberry and vanilla cocktail that tastes exactly like strawberry shortcake! I made this my own with the use of chestnut liqueur in lieu of Crème de Noyaux. I see Crème de Noyaux a fair deal in liquor stores, but I never have bought any because I have been using a bottle of chestnut liqueur, I bought some years ago on a whim. I also used Rose's Strawberry Syrup instead of strawberry liqueur because I thought that it would be rich and sumptuous on top of the drink, which is surprisingly light and decadent. Using only 5 strawberries in the blender it had a surprisingly strong strawberry flavor, and honestly tasted just like I was eating a slice of strawberry shortcake! This was a very fun dessert drink, that I definitely want to make again! Cheers! Ingredients: - Vanilla Ice Cream - Trader Vic's Roasted Chestnut Liqueur Instructions: 1. Combine vanilla ice cream, chestnut liqueur, crème de cacao, and 5 of the 6 strawberries in a blender. 2. Blend until smooth. 3. Pour into a large goblet. 4. Top with whipped cream. 5. Drizzle strawberry syrup on top. 6. Garnish with the 6th strawberry. Dessert,Blended,1990s