Yummy French Toast Martini

Introduction: Yummy French Toast Martini

About: John Kramer and Mark Fleming are SuperTenders serving the comedic and cocktail needs of the Chicago Improv Community.

Here's a drink which will rock your Breakfast and Brunch World! Serve it with French Toast cut into strips, add a few slices of bacon, and you may start eating breakfast three times a day!

Step 1: Best Brunch Drink Ever

Making a French Toast martini is as easy as it is delicious!

Here's what you need:

One piece of French Toast cut into Strips

1 oz. Jim Beam Maple Whiskey

1 oz. Butterscotch Schnapps

1 oz. Baily's Irish Cream

1 Maraschino Cherry

2 tablespoons of Brown Sugar

Step 2: Cook Some French Toast

What would a French Toast Martini be without some French Toast?

Cook up a slice of French Toast -- or even save some time by buying some French Toast Strips at the grocery store. Now, cook the toast till its crispy and cut it into several slices/strips. Notch the edge of the strip so you can hang it on the edge of the martini glass.

Take a maraschino cherry and run it along the edge of a room temperature martini glass.

Spread two tablespoons of brown sugar on a plate and tun the moistened edge of the glass through the sugar to give it a yummy edge!

Step 3: Make the Drink

Now that your glass is ready, combine the three liquors together and pour into your martini glass:

1 oz. Jim Beam Maple Whiskey (really tasty stuff)

1 oz. Butterscotch Schnapps

1 oz. Baily's Irish Cream

Add the French toast strip to the edge of the glass and you're done!

Step 4: Enjoy!

Now that your French Toast Martini is done, sit back and enjoy it while you watch our SuperTender's video!

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    Quite the recipe! Thanks so much for sharing - I'm sure this would be a delicious brunch treat :)

    The SuperTenders
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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    We guarantee it! You can also throw some Kahlua into the egg batter for the French Toast!