‘Tis the season to indulge!

What better time to celebrate with some wickedly naughty chocolate cocktails?

These chocolaty, nutty, indulgent little scamps are about to become your new favourite things.

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As simple as they are impressive, and even more delicious than you can possibly imagine.

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To serve two (multiply as required) you’ll need:

400ml whole milk (or nut milk if you prefer)

2 heaped scoops of Nutella

1 heaped spoonful of cocoa powder

3 shots of vodka

2 shots of Frangelico or Amaretto (optional)


Extra Nutella & chopped hazelnuts (for serving)

Gently heat the milk in a pan, along with your Nutella and cocoa powder.

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Keep stirring until it’s smooth and good ‘n’ hot!

Leave on one side to cool completely (speed up the process by putting it outside if you’re somewhere chilly)

While it’s chilling you can prep your glasses.

Spread some chocolate spread onto a side plate, and cover another plate in chopped hazelnuts.

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Dip the rim of your glass into the chocolate and twist it 360 degrees.

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Once the rim’s all coated, do the same in the pile of nuts.

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Repeat as needed.

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When your chocolate milk is nice & cold, pour into a cocktail shaker (this is my copper one).

Add your booze.

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Shake it, baby!

And pour into martini glasses.

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Toast to the host with the most!

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And prepare yourself to enter nirvana.

Truly the ultimate treat whether you serve them for pudding or just for the hell of it. Just don’t forget to say “It’s a bit nutty…” in your finest Austin Powers voice.

Make them this weekend to go with your Easter Eggs, or maybe even drink them out of Easter Eggs?!

Though that would probably be a little eggstravagant.

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