Ferrero Rocher Cordial

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Introduction: Ferrero Rocher Cordial

It's kinda weird that I rarely eat Ferrero Rocher outside of an international airport.  I mean, I can find these chocolatey, delicious candies of hazelnut perfection outside the times when I dread being smashed into a tiny seat next to a gentleman with far too much cologne, but I never think to buy it.  Thankfully, I always have a giant tub of Nutella, the spreadable equivalent, and today I happen to have a couple ingredients to make the liquid version of this amazing treat.  To make it doubly wonderful, it's alcoholic, fast, easy, simple, and delicious.

Take that Nutella!!!

Oh, whom am I kidding?  I could never forsake you, Nutella.

Step 1: Ingredients

This cordial calls for approximately:
  • 1 oz Frangelico
  • 1 oz Chocolate Ice Cream

Step 2: The Build

Pour Frangelico into cordial glass until about half full and top with a dollop of chocolate ice cream.

If you have some gold edible glitter, you could make a very fancy rim on the glass.

Slowly sip the Frangelico through the quickly thawing chocolate ice cream and enjoy!

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    Oh my... that looks dangerous... I fear I'd be inclined to mix it in a pint mug... eek! :-D

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    Mmmm...I think I'd like to hear the last paragraph of your description being read by Nigella Lawson...growl...this drink sounds soooooo delectable. Thanks for the ideas running around my head right now!

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    I'm pretty sure Nigella Lawson would enjoy this tasty treat. :)

    im going to use this

    well done pics. I need to get some frangelico stat! this looks good!

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    Get some wedding cake vodka while you're at it - you won't regret it. I honestly thought both were kind of a joke, but I was wrong. So wrong. So, so wrong.

    And thanks!