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Girl Scout Cookie Shooter

Love Girl Scout Cookies, but you've had a rough week and could really use a drink?  I've got just the thing for you!  I've seen this named different things in different places, but we call it a Girl Scout Cookie Shooter.  I found the recipe in the Bartending for Dummies book in 2013, and we've been enjoying them ever since. Sometimes we have it as shooters, sometimes we blend it with ice cream. You can substitute Creme de Menthe for the Peppermint Schnapps, we use whichever we have on hand at the time. 

 


Girl Scout Cookie Shooter


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ingredients:

  • 1/2 oz Kahlua
  • 1/2 oz Bailey's Irish Cream
  • 1/2 oz Peppermint Schnapps
  • 1 or 2 Thin Mints, crushed, for garnish

instructions:

How to cook Girl Scout Cookie Shooter

  1. Pour the alcohol into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake until well mixed and strain into a tall shot glass. Garnish with cookie crumbs, if desired.
  2. Source: Bartending for Dummies

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Comments

  1. I am in! I have always been a fan of Bailey's and Kahlua!

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  2. Pull me up a bar stool. I'll be right there. YUM

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  3. I bet it's delicious blended with ice cream too!

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  4. You can never go wrong with the Thin Mint flavor of Girl Scout cookies!

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  5. Sounds like a fun way to enjoy those cookie flavors.

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  6. I like Ellen's idea of buzzing this one up with ice cream!

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  7. Love the addition of the peppermint to the classic Baileys + Kahlua pairing.

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  8. I would love this! What a great way to enjoy a cookie! Ha ha.

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  9. I'm always happy to see another recipe using Girl Scout cookies...it gives me an excuse to buy them!!!

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  10. It has been a long week and this looks like a perfect way to celebrate the weekend!

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  11. We never have thin mints leftover, lol! I have no willpower at all when it comes to them!

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    1. I had to hide some in the veggie bin so that I could get this made and photographed :)

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  12. Great idea!
    This sounds better than thin mint cookies!

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  13. I make something very similar and it's delicious! I'm going to have to try your version soon.

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