You know what's better than alcohol and food? Alcohol IN food. From booze-infused baked treatments, to more experimental foods, here are some delicious interesting and easy to make boozy food recipes and ideas.
Not only is prosecco good for you, it’s now possible to grow your own. If you’re looking to spoil a wine lover this Christmas (in other words, yourself), look no further than the grow your own prosecco gift crate.
People have made Nutella-themed cafés, McDonald’s spawned a Nutella burger and super-fancy department store Harvey Nichols even have a Nutella pop-up happening as we speak. But there’s something new that has really caught the eye: Nutella liqueur
There's a red wine grilled cheese and it looks like heaven
Enter: Amaretto Spiced Hot Chocolate. I know what you’re thinking – hot chocolate is boring and often bland. Well, not this one. If you use proper dark chocolate like the Spanish do, you end up with a cup of liquid heaven.
Hot chocolate is great. Wine is even better. Who knew that the combination could be such a game changer? The brains behind the operation is food blogger Kylie who runs ImmaEatThat.com. She has discovered a way to combine red wine with hot chocolate to create what’s basically the richest, most indulgent hot chocolate you’ve ever had.
Someone's finally making ice cream that's boozy enough to get you drunk
This is totally worth getting out of bed for. To give them their full title, the Boozy Lucky Charms cereal milkshakes with marshmallow frosting are the creation of US food blogger Jessica from How Sweet It Is. And these are so, so sweet.
Brunch will never be the same again, because boozy pop tarts exist
Someone’s come up with a recipe for boozy pop tarts and your weekends may never be the same again. It’s pop tarts for grown ups. Hot little pockets of joy combine flaky pastry with sweet fig jam, a pink port-flavoured glaze, and hundreds and thousands sprinkled on top.
This alcoholic sweet shop is strictly for grown ups
The Eat Your Booze sweet shop is the work of Smith & Sinclair, a tasty collaboration between ex-chef Emile Bernard and ex-PR girl Melanie Goldsmith. It has lots of sweet and boozy treats to salivate over.