Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks)

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Traditionally Osso Buco is a veal shank recipe, but this updated venison osso buco recipe is a great way to use deer meat. This recipe takes a tough piece of meat (with a lot of connective tissue), and makes it into a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables. Like many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks)

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As many of you know from reading my newsletter, my husband is a hunter. We (that is the royal “we” because I almost never go there) own hunting land up by Lake Ontario. He has deer and all sorts of fowl (turkey, pheasant, etc.) running wild (literally) on that land. Every year he and some friends get together and hunt poor little Bambi as they like the meat. This year Hubby ended up getting several deer. For those who do not live in a suburb or rural northeast, deer are what I call “suburban rats”. They are everywhere and cause a lot of destruction to vegetation (NYS releases out-of-season nuisance permits to deplete the population after the regular season is over, that is how many deer are in NYS). They are also the cause of many a car accident. I always worried about Sonny-boy’s low-slung sports car meeting one during the rut (when the males chase the females and are running wild) and having one go through his windshield.

I’ve shared a few of Hubby’s venison recipes in the past including Venison Jerky (which we currently have a TON of!) and Venison Stew.

On one of the hunting forums he belongs to, he was telling a few members about his “awesome venison osso buco recipe”, and so he decided to make it again. For me, that means sharing so I got out my camera on a cold winter’s night (seriously, it has been cold here, and he made this in the evening), and gave him an outlet for his recipe. Any mistakes in this recipe are his. 😛

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Notes

• You may need to trim (err, saw) the shank bones so that they fit in the pot. If so, make sure to rinse off any bone dust and pat dry. I prefer to keep the bones whole if possible.
• Given the acidity of the tomatoes in the sauce, you need to use a non-reactive cooking vessel made of enamel, stainless steel or oven-safe glass (if you could find one big and tall enough)
• You will be amazed at how far tomato sauce can splash when you are moving around the shanks in the Dutch oven. Turn them over carefully, and try not to drop them in the sauce.
• This freezes very well.
• The sauce thickens a LOT. You may want to consider keeping the sauce separate from the venison when serving and freezing.

Venison Osso Buco Ingredients

• 4 Venison Shanks, whole (mid-sections of the front and back legs)
• Salt to taste
• Black pepper, freshly ground, to taste
• 1/2 cup All-purpose Flour
• 3/8 cup Bacon Grease, divided
• 1 large Onion, chopped
• 2 medium Carrots, chopped
• 2 Celery Ribs, chopped
• 3 medium Cloves Garlic, minced (about 1 TBSP)
• 1 cup dry White Wine
• 2 cups Low-sodium Chicken or Vegetable Stock (homemade or store-bought)
• 28-ounce Crushed Tomatoes (1 can)
• 1 tsp Thyme
• 1 tsp Oregano
• 2 Bay Leaf
• Juice of 1/2 Lemon
For the Gremolata: (or gremolada)
• 2 TBSP Flat-leaf Parsley Leaves, finely minced
• Zest of 1 Lemon, finely grated (about 1 tsp)
• 6 medium Cloves Garlic, finely minced (about 2 TBSP)

Venison Osso Buco Mise en Place:

Large oval enamel on steel or stainless steel Dutch oven
• Large baking pan
• Flour sifter or shaker
• Silicone basting brush
Blender
• Silicone spatulas
• Large Tongs
• Small ladle
• Large slotted spoon

• Large kitchen knife
• Cutting board

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Venison Osso Buco Directions:

• Preheat broiler to 375°F.
• Season shanks with salt and pepper, turn and salt and pepper all sides.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Shake flour over shanks (all sides), patting the flour into the skin.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Slather melted bacon grease (about 3-4 tablespoons) all over the shanks with the silicone basting brush.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Place venison shanks in a large baking pan and broil about 5 minutes per side, 20 minutes total, until the shanks are nicely browned.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Remove shanks from pan, and deglaze the pan with the white wine and reserve the liquid. (Pour the wine over the tasty bits stuck in the bottom of the pan, and try and scrap them off while stirring/whisking the wine in that pan.)
• Turn on the oven to 325°F.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• While shanks are browning under the broiler, heat approximately 3 tablespoons of bacon grease in a Dutch oven on the stove top. (Or, if the baking vessel is not stovetop safe, a large sauté pan.)
• Under medium-high heat, sauté chop onion, carrot, celery, and garlic, stirring frequently until vegetables are softened and just starting to turn a light golden color, about 6 minutes. About halfway through cooking, sprinkle with the oregano and thyme.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Place the stock, deglazing wine and sautéed vegetables in a blender. Blend until smooth. If room, add the crushed tomatoes and blend some more. (If no room, combine the blender contents and tomatoes in the Dutch oven in the next step.)

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Place the browned shanks in the Dutch oven. Try to arrange the shanks in as even a layer as possible (a little overlap is okay to make them fit).

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Then, carefully cover the shanks with the sauce from the blender and the crushed tomatoes. Use a small ladle to completely cover the shanks with sauce. The sauce should cover the shanks at least half way up; if it doesn’t, add more stock until it does.
• Add bay leaf to pot.
• Cover and cook in the oven for 30 minutes.
• After 30 minutes in the oven, turn down the oven temperature to 250°F and cook for approximately 3-4 hours.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• Every 45 minutes, turn, flip, and rearrange the shanks in the sauce, and ladle the sauce over the shanks so they stay moist. At first, the sauce might look a little chunky, but it will smooth out by the time the dish is done. After about 2-3 hours, you will see the meat start to separate from the bone. At this point, cut off the clumps of meat where they are attached to the bones at either end and remove the bones. (Again, be careful not to make a mess. I have had to clean sauce off of the ceiling and walls after flipping.) Try to submerge the meat in the sauce as much as possible. As long as the meat is mostly covered in sauce, do not worry about overcooking it. If the sauce becomes too thick/low, add more stock as needed.
• When the meat is fork tender, you can call it done.

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• When the meat is getting close to done, in a small bowl stir together the parsley, lemon zest, and garlic to make the gremolata. Set aside.
• When the meat is done, carefully remove it from the sauce with tongs and a large spoon and place on a large platter or serving vessel and loosely cover with foil. The sauce in the Dutch oven should be smooth and thick (if not, give it a good stir with a large spoon); you can adjust the consistency by adding stock to thin the sauce, or, if necessary cooking it in the oven uncovered until more fully reduced. Once the sauce looks good, discard the bay leaf if you can find it.
• Add the gremolata to the sauce and stir thoroughly. (Traditionally, the gremolata is also spooned directly onto to the meat, but given the different form factor of the venison shanks, that does not happen here.) Taste the sauce. It should have some “zing” from the lemon zest. At this time, you may choose to add the lemon juice for additional zing, as well as additional salt and pepper

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


• To serve, once the shank meat has cooled off a bit, break up the lumps of meat by pressing on them with the flat of a large kitchen knife, breaking them off into large chunks. You may also cut the lumps of meat into large slices on a cutting board. Place meat pieces/slices on a dinner plate over risotto, cooked rice, or mashed potatoes, and then generously spoon the sauce over the meat. Garnish with sprinkled parsley.


Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks)

This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.

Prep Time: 45 Minutes
Cook Time: 6 Hours
Total Time: 6 Hours 45 Minutes

Ingredients:

4 Venison Shanks, whole (mid-sections of the front and back legs)
Salt to taste
Black pepper, freshly ground, to taste
½ cup All-purpose Flour
3/8 cup Bacon Grease, divided
1 large Onion, chopped
2 medium Carrots, chopped
2 Celery Ribs, chopped
3 medium Cloves Garlic, minced (about 1 TBSP)
1 cup dry White Wine
2 cups Low-sodium Chicken or Vegetable Stock (homemade or store-bought)
28-ounce Crushed Tomatoes (1 can)
1 tsp Thyme
1 tsp Oregano
2 Bay Leaf
Juice from ½ Lemon
For the Gremolata:
2 TBSP Flat-leaf Parsley Leaves, finely minced
Zest of 1 Lemon, finely grated (about 1 tsp)
6 medium Cloves Garlic, finely minced (about 2 TBSP)

Directions:

• Preheat broiler to 375°F.
• Season shanks with salt and pepper, turn and salt and pepper all sides.
• Shake flour over shanks (all sides), patting the flour into the skin.
• Slather melted bacon grease (about 3-4 tablespoons) all over the shanks with the silicone basting brush.
• Place venison shanks in a large baking pan and broil about 5 minutes per side, 20 minutes total, until the shanks are nicely browned.
• Remove shanks from pan, and deglaze the pan with the white wine and reserve the liquid. (Pour the wine over the tasty bits stuck in the bottom of the pan, and try and scrap them off while stirring/whisking the wine in that pan.)
• Turn on the oven to 325°F.
• While shanks are browning under the broiler, heat approximately 3 tablespoons of bacon grease in a Dutch oven on the stove top. (Or, if the baking vessel is not stovetop safe, a large sauté pan.)
• Under medium-high heat, sauté chop onion, carrot, celery, and garlic, stirring frequently until vegetables are softened and just starting to turn a light golden color, about 6 minutes. About halfway through cooking, sprinkle with the oregano and thyme.
• Place the stock, deglazing wine and sautéed vegetables in a blender. Blend until smooth. If room, add the crushed tomatoes and blend some more. (If no room, combine the blender contents and tomatoes in the Dutch oven in the next step.)
• Place the browned shanks in the Dutch oven. Try to arrange the shanks in as even a layer as possible (a little overlap is okay to make them fit).
• Then, carefully cover the shanks with the sauce from the blender and the crushed tomatoes. Use a small ladle to completely cover the shanks with sauce. The sauce should cover the shanks at least half way up; if it doesn’t, add more stock until it does.
• Add bay leaf to pot.
• Cover and cook in the oven for 30 minutes.
• After 30 minutes in the oven, turn down the oven temperature to 250°F and cook for approximately 3-4 hours.
• Every 45 minutes, turn, flip, and rearrange the shanks in the sauce, and ladle the sauce over the shanks so they stay moist. At first, the sauce might look a little chunky, but it will smooth out by the time the dish is done. After about 2-3 hours, you will see the meat start to separate from the bone. At this point, cut off the clumps of meat where they are attached to the bones at either end and remove the bones. .(Again, be careful not to make a mess. I have had to clean sauce off of the ceiling and walls after flipping.) Try to submerge the meat in the sauce as much as possible. As long as the meat is mostly covered in sauce, do not worry about overcooking it. If the sauce becomes too thick/low, add more stock as needed.
• When the meat is fork tender, you can call it done.
• When the meat is getting close to done, in a small bowl stir together the parsley, lemon zest, and garlic to make the gremolata. Set aside.
• When the meat is done, carefully remove it from the sauce with tongs and a large spoon and place on a large platter or serving vessel and loosely cover with foil. The sauce in the Dutch oven should be smooth and thick (if not, give it a good stir with a large spoon); you can adjust the consistency by adding stock to thin the sauce, or, if necessary cooking it in the oven uncovered until more fully reduced. Once the sauce looks good, discard the bay leaf if you can find it.
• Add the gremolata) to the sauce and stir thoroughly. (Traditionally, the gremolata is also spooned directly onto to the meat, but given the different form factor of the venison shanks, that does not happen here.) Taste the sauce. It should have some “zing” from the lemon zest. At this time, you may choose to add the lemon juice for additional zing, as well as additional salt and pepper
• To serve, once the shank meat has cooled off a bit, break up the lumps of meat by pressing on them with the flat of a large kitchen knife, breaking them off into large chunks. You may also cut the lumps of meat into large slices on a cutting board. Place meat pieces/slices on a dinner plate over risotto, cooked rice, or mashed potatoes, and then generously spoon the sauce over the meat. Garnish with sprinkled parsley.

Makes 4 servings Venison Osso Buco

Venison Osso Buco Recipe (Braised Venison Shanks). This venison osso buco recipe uses venison shanks to make a tender, delicious meal! Serve over risotto, rice, or mashed potatoes and with braised vegetables for a perfect meal. As with so many tomato dishes, this osso buco tastes great the next day too! You can also freeze for later use. This is a wonderful make-ahead venison dish.


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100 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes

100 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes. Here is a great list of 100 Christmas Cookies and Christmas Sweets recipes which are perfect for a holiday party, Christmas dessert, or even a cookie exchange! There is a delicious dessert recipe on this list just waiting to be served at your holiday function, so be sure to check out this long list of holiday treats.


100 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes

Here is a great list of 100 Christmas Cookies and Christmas Sweets recipes which are perfect for a holiday party, Christmas dessert, or even a cookie exchange! There is a delicious dessert recipe on this list just waiting to be served at your holiday function, so be sure to check out this long list of holiday treats.


Whatever you are looking for be it Traditional Christmas Cookies Recipes, Old Fashioned Christmas Cookies recipe, No-Bake Christmas Cookies recipes, Easy Christmas Cookies (ok, most of my recipes are pretty easy), Kid-centric Christmas Cookies, Christmas Cake recipes, Christmas Pie recipes, and more, this list has it!! I have also included nice, rich recipes that can be used for any occasion – including a holiday party, Christmas party, New Year’s Eve party and ummm well, parties and gatherings in general.

Stackable Christmas Tree Cookies Recipe. These adorable stackable Christmas tree cookies are easy to make, and a lot of fun to decorate! If you want to make special holiday 3-D cookies this year, give this Stackable Christmas Tree Cookies recipe a try.


Do you like to make homemade cookies during the holidays? Do you gift cookies to people for the holidays? What about leaving a plate out for good old St. Nick? If you need a new Christmas cookie recipe or Christmas sweet recipe, this list has a wide range of dessert and party options: Cake recipes, pudding recipes, candy recipes, fudge recipes (mmmm fudge!), cookie bars (I love easy to make bars!), tarts, and more. Something traditional like a Kris Kringle Cookies, or perhaps newer cookie ideas such as a 3-D Christmas Tree? There’s everything from cherry based cookies to cranberry and pumpkin recipes (yes, pumpkin is also a Christmas go-to for many people!) to no-bake cookies to gluten-free holiday cookies! This list has it all!

If you need a frosting, I highly recommend this Classic Vanilla Buttercream Frosting Recipe which you can make any color (using food coloring or food gel) or any flavor. the base recipe is vanilla, but you could make it peppermint, anise, rum, root beer – truly any flavor you like.

You can also make your own colored sugar easily with this How To Make Colored Sugar tutorial. It is so simple, my mother had me making it at 5 (not kidding!).

Now on to the Christmas Cookies and Christmas Sweets

100 Christmas Cookies and Christmas Sweets Recipes

Almond Doughnut Cookies Recipe
Banana Split Icebox Cake Recipe
Baby Apple Walnut Pies Recipe
Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
Bear Claw Cookies Recipe
Black and White Cake Mix Cookies Recipe
Blueberry Pie Recipe

Boozy Chocolate Christmas Mice. These Manhattan-inspired (that is the cocktail, not the place) boozy chocolate Christmas mice are fun and tasty. Place a few to nibble along your Christmas cookie platters!


Boozy Chocolate Christmas Mice Recipe
Boozy Chocolate Fudge Recipe
Candy Cane Brownie Recipe
Candy Cane Cookies Recipe
Chantilly Cake Recipe
Cherry Cordial Cookies Recipe
Cherry Meringue Cookie Recipe
Chocolate Amaretto Swirl Fudge Recipe
Chocolate Caramel Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Chocolate Cashew Clusters
Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe
Chocolate Chip Slice and Bake Cookies Recipe

Rudolph's Cherry Red Nose Pudding. A delicious pudding recipe that is great any time of year! Make ahead as pudding shots, or serve as a dessert. This amazing  pudding recipe is best reserved for adults.


Chocolate Christmas Cake Mix Cookies Recipe
Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Bites Recipe
Chocolate Slush Cake Recipe
Chocolate Sundae Cookies Recipe
Chrusciki Recipe: Baked, Not Fried
Coconut Macaroons Recipe
Cranberry Noels Cookie Recipe
Cranberry Orange Cupcakes with Peppermint Frosting
Danish Puff Recipe
Decadent Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Donut Hole Tree
Double Chocolate Blossom Cookies Recipe
Dutch Almond Bars

Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball Recipe. These delicious, no bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are simple to make! Your entire family will enjoy these simple candies. Indulge during the holidays, as a special treat, during snack time or anytime! This Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball Recipe will satisfy any sweet tooth.


Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball Recipe
Easy Rum Cake Recipe
Edible Cereal Ornaments Recipe
Eggnog Bark Recipe
Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe
English Trifle
Gingerbread Biscotti Recipe
Gingerbread Coffeecake Recipe
Gluten-Free Almond Holiday Drop Cookies Recipe
Gumdrop Cookie Bar Recipe
Hello Dolly Bars (7 layer cookies)
Holiday Butter Cookie Recipe
Homemade Peppermint Patties Recipe
Hot Chocolate Cookies Recipe
How to Make a Christmas Cupcake Tree

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train
Hungarian Christmas Cookies Recipe
Irish Cream Fudge Recipe
Jam Filled Cream Cheese Cutout Cookie Recipe
Kris Kringle Cookie and Frosting Recipe
Layered Mint Chocolate Brownies Recipe
Lemon Snowball Cookie Recipe
Maple Pumpkin Delight Pie Recipe
Mini Cranberry Orange Cake Recipe
Mini Raspberry French Vanilla Trifle Recipe
No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Bars
No Bake Coconut Balls Recipe
No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecake Parfait Recipe
No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe

No Bake Pecan Praline Bourbon Balls Recipe. These crowd pleasing, easy to make No Bake Pecan Praline Bourbon Balls are a great cookie to make when you need a lot of cookies for a party or gathering. These delicious cookies are tasty treats that hold up well in the refrigerator.


No Bake Pecan Praline Bourbon Balls Recipe
Original Bacardi Rum Cake Recipe
Peanut Butter Lumps of Coal Recipe
Pecan Pie Bars
Pineapple Squares Recipe
Pizzelle Recipe
Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Pumpkin Icebox Cake Recipe
Pumpkin Nut Roll Recipe
Raisin Bran Cereal Cookies Recipe
Reindeer Grahams Cookie Recipe
Rocky Road Cookie Bars Recipe
Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding
Rum Balls Recipe
Rum Logs Recipe
Salted Almond Roca Candy Recipe
Shortbread Recipe
Slice and Bake Trees Recipe
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Casserole

White Russian Tiramisu Cake Recipe. This no-egg, no-cooking, tiramisu recipe comes together quickly. It can be served immediately, or made the day before your special event or dinner. The melt-in-your mouth creamy, rich, coffee-cocoa goodness of this white Russian tiramisu will have your friends and family asking for seconds!


Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe
Sour Cream Cheesecake Recipe
Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe
Spiced Molasses Cookies Recipe
Spritz Cookie Recipe
Stackable Christmas Tree Cookies Recipe
Striped Sugar Cookies Recipe
Texas Sheet Cake
Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Traditional Bread Pudding
Turtle Bites
Whiskey Sour Cookies Recipe
White Chocolate Cherry Almond Biscotti Recipe
White Russian Tiramisu Cake Recipe
White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Recipe
White Christmas Pie Recipe

There really is something for everyone on this long list of Christmas Cookie Recipes and Christmas Sweets Recipes!


Cocktail Recipes
Holiday Decor
Recipes


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Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe

Notes:

• This recipe calls for one teaspoon of sugar. Feel free to add more if you would like a sweeter hot cocoa.

• This recipe calls for one ounce of Kahlua. If you’d like a double shot (and are staying in), that is up to you!

• Double the recipe for two cups – one for you, and one to share (maybe).

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


Kahlua Hot Cocoa Ingredients:

• 2 cups Milk
• 1 TBSP Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
• ¼ tsp Instant Coffee Granules
• 1 tsp Sugar
• 1 oz Kahlua
• Mini Marshmallows, Garnish
• 1 oz Chocolate Syrup
• 1 oz Caramel Sauce

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Mise en Place:

• Pot
Measuring Spoons
Measuring Cup
• Spoon
• Mug

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


Kahlua Hot Cocoa Directions:

• Combine milk, unsweetened cocoa powder, instant coffee granules, and sugar in a saucepan on the stove. Bring ingredients to a simmer.
• Stir well to combine.

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


• Pour hot cocoa mixture into a mason jar or a mug of your choice.

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


• Add Kahlua.

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


• Garnish with mini marshmallows and drizzle chocolate sauce and caramel sauce top of the mini marshmallows.

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


• Serve immediately.


Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe

A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!

Prep Time: 3 Minutes
Cook Time: 3 Minutes
Total Time: 6 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups Milk
1 TBSP Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
¼ tsp Instant Coffee Granules
1 tsp Sugar
1 oz Kahlua
Mini Marshmallows, Garnish
1 oz Chocolate Syrup
1 oz Caramel Sauce

Directions:

• Combine milk, unsweetened cocoa powder, instant coffee granules, and sugar in a saucepan on the stove. Bring ingredients to a simmer.
• Stir well to combine.
• Pour hot cocoa mixture into a mason jar or a mug of your choice.
• Add Kahlua.
• Garnish with mini marshmallows and drizzle chocolate sauce and caramel sauce top of the mini marshmallows.
• Serve immediately.

Makes 1 serving Kahlua Hot Cocoa

Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe. A rich, decadent, delicious hot cocoa treat, this adult Kahlua Hot Cocoa Recipe tastes divine on a cold winter night. Curl up on the sofa with a mug of Kahlua Hot Cocoa tonight!


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