Thursday, December 21, 2006

PJ's Polar Bear Recipe

To get you in the festive mood, my little brother has revealed a tasty little gem for the holidays.

Each serving:
1/2 oz creme de cacao
1/2 oz peppermint Schnapps
in a shot glass

It's a wonderful minty chocolatey treat for the taste buds...and I don't drink often, so this is gooooooood stuff! LOL! Remember those York
Peppermint patties? Chocolate on the outside and creamy mint on the inside? That's what this drink tastes like. Uhhh...yeah. There are no calories in this drink. None at all. LOL!

Another good chocolate recipe is:
1/2 oz creme de cacao
1/2 oz Frangelico
This is called a Crispy Crunch.


t said...

Yummers!! Hook me up with one of those!

Chrissy121875 said...

Yes, T! PJ taught the bartender here how to make those shots when we were at the pub. He'd never heard of them. He said, "Must be a college thing!" LOL Btw, PJ got his smartserve and he also bartends at Lonestar Bar and Grill in K-town and goes to Queens full time, acts/goes to auditions, and has a summer job with the gov't. He's a busy kid!

japanmanpete said...

wonder if i could order this in a "shot baa" in nagoya? would i call it "poh-rah beh-ah-ru"? and "ku-ri-su-pee ku-ri-mu"? lollz good times. me luvin da nihongo! life is good here, esp. if ur a gaijin male teacher like myself! jokes!

Anonymous said...

A polar bear, EH? Sounds very Canadian!


cara said...

doesit really taste like a peppermint patty? that sounds new and different! ps. i thought you don't drink alcohol! lol

Chrissy121875 said...

Hey Cara! Yes, it does taste like a York Peppermint Pattie! LOL! I don't really drink much at all - not like when I was a university student! Hubby and I don't drink much...only on special occasions or some social events.

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