Ferrero Rocher Cordial

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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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    BayRatt

    5 years ago on Introduction

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

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    64Anthonyp

    5 years ago

    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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    aceammar

    5 years ago

    im going to use this

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    dorkpirate

    5 years ago

    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!