Peanut Butter Jelly Martini - With Crusts Cut Off Just Like You Like It! (=

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A Las Vegas style liquid  time warp sure to take you back 20 or more years!! 

There are variations of jelly flavor, I picked strawberry as it is my favorite.

Ingredients:
1 cup Chambord (or its less expensive counterpart Razzmatazz)
1 cup Frangelico
2 cups milk
seedless strawberry(or preferred flavor) spread
peanut butter
fresh strawberry for each serving

for garnishing you will want to heat a few tablespoons of your seedless jelly in a small pot.  Don't COOK it, just warm it enough to start to liquify.  If it still remaining slightly solid after a few minutes, remove from heat and add 1 teaspoon of corn syrup.


You will want to complete this step before starting, as you do not want to add warm syrup to your drink! )=

Step 1: Liquor Up!

add Frangelico




Step 2: Liquor Down!

add Chambord! 



Step 3: Rim the Edges! Hehehe...

using a spoon lightly rim the edge of the glass with peanut butter.  If the PB won't stick it might be because your glass is still wet.  If it still won't stick, soften it up with a bit of honey and it will surely stick!!!  If you have a major sweet tooth go ahead and rim the PB with some course sanding sugar.

Step 4: Jelly !

Add a small amount of your jelly syrup (the instructions are  in the intro on how to make it)

Step 5: ITS PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME!!!!

Pour into your garnished glass and remember what it was like to be a kid!!!!    Of course with a little assistance from a delectable libation!!!

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    Smeeon

    9 years ago on Step 5

    Mmmm this looks awesome, thanks!

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    luckicharms

    9 years ago on Step 5

    You made me really want a PB & J now..I'll have to try making this.

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    lavothas

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I am both deeply intrigued and deeply disturbed by this drink