Watch Out!!! This Key Lime Pie Martini is sinfully delightful! If you enjoy the pie as much as I do, then you MUST try this today in honor of Saturated Saturday! Imagine the smooth creaminess and tangy flavor of a pie packed into a perfect, delectable drink (without all the fat).
I am out of control with this one! I had my in-laws over yesterday and began chatting about how excited I was about my next drink recipe. Of course, my mother-in-law was anxious to “sample” this new delight immediately (I guess it was late enough somewhere). I think she really enjoyed being the guinea pig with this one. I had to try a few different variations of this recipe to get it just right and I absolutely refused to waste alcohol (that is probably why I was so blissfully happy last night). Let me just say, that dealing with a teething one-year-old has never seemed more manageable. I am totally fine with not taking a vacation this summer…I just need my Key Lime Pie Martini, a little reggae music playing and I am instantly transformed to a Caribbean cruise (and who wants to worry about becoming shipwrecked and getting some nasty stomach virus anyway). Okay, I am totally convincing myself now. What a money saver!!! Hope you all enjoy and CHEERS to anyone else trapped in the humid midwest for the summer. I am off to the kitchen to prepare my next creation, Spinach and Mushroom Quiche. Please stay asleep just a little bit longer baby girl!
- 3 1/2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice
- 1/2 C. 4 oz. Vanilla vodka
- 3 Tbsp. Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 3 Tbsp. Pineapple Juice
- 3 Tbsp. Crushed Graham Crackers for garnish on glass rim
- A dollop of Whipped Cream for topping optional
Fill a cocktail shaker with a handful of ice cubes.
Add Fresh Lime Juice, Vanilla Vodka, Sweetened Condensed Milk, and Pineapple Juice to cocktail shaker and shake to combine all ingredients.
Dip rim of martini glass into pineapple juice and onto a plate with crushed graham cracker crumbs until rim is evenly coated.
Add a dollop of whipped cream to the top of the drink and garnish with a slice of lime.