Red and white wine, and even vodka and beer, make it to the ingredient list often when we’re cooking. But now we’re serving wine and liqueurs as the last course for Purim desserts that are in the spirit.
Purim Cocktails for Non-Drinkers
These cocktails can double as dessert
White Cactus - 2 ounces Sabra Coffee Liqueur + 8 ounces Milk + 2 Scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
Nutty Bean - 2 ounces Binyamina Amaretto + 2 ounces Sabra Coffee Liqueur - Top with Whipped Cream and Chocolate Shavings
Brown Russian - 2 ounces Walder’s Vanilla Vodka + 2 ounces Shmerling Chocolate Liqueur
Morning Sunshine - 1 ounce Binyamina Amaretto + 1 Ounce Binyamina Triple Sec + 2 ounces Orange Juice +2 ounces Pomegranate Juice
Monkey's Uncle - 1 ounce Binyamina Banana Liqueur + 2 ounces Strawberry Daiquiri Drink Mix + 2 ounces Orange Juice
If you want to serve something more substantial for dessert try this Chocolate Rum Cake with Chocolate Rum Truffle. Pastry Chef Ehud Ezra created this dessert special for Joy of Kosher readers to enjoy on the holiday of Purim. The chocolate dessert is easy to make, and its different Purim- inspired components make it a perfect ending for your seudah. Although this recipe has rum, it’s not overpowering at all.
Other articles to help keep your Purim party rocking:
Purim Inspired Drinks - don't miss the Long Island Vashtea
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