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Yum definitely chocolate milk for grown-ups! I took the lazy route and used 1/2 c chocolate milk (versus regular milk plus chocolate syrup.) Dirty Bedtime Story is my new favorite! Thanks for the great recipe!
I had a party last saturday night and at some point yelled out "who's ready for a dirty bedtime story?" and got everyone excited to try this drink! If you are a fan of white russians you may enjoy this. I had some irish cream i wanted to use up and found this recipe. I made this exactly as written using Hershey's chocolate syrup in the first round and then tried this gourmet chocolate sauce i had. Very good!
I wanted to use some of my amaretto because I had two bottles of it but didn't feel like baking with it. This nightcap hit the spot. It is a tad too sweet for me so I would make it again with less amaretto or more milk or (yummy) coffee instead of milk.
I'm glad I only made one serving of this for Hubs and me to share. It tasted ok I guess but a little goes a looong way as it really was too sweet for us. Much better poured over ice. If I was to make this again I'd go a lot lighter on both liqueurs.
Wow! This was delicious! I did make one small change - I subbed the milk with soy creamer. We used this in a cup of very strong coffee as a creamer. We used half of the recipe in each mug and filled the rest with the coffee. It was awesome! I am already planning out other flavor combinations. This was really nice on a snowy evening.
Yummy! I was out of amaretto but I mixed about 3/4 cup of milk and 2 TBS Hershey's syrup. I heated it in the microwave for about a minute and then added about 1/3 cup of my Original Irish Cream (from this website). Very decadent! Next time (probably tomorrow after trick-or-treating) I'll try adding some praline liqueur that I have. Thanks for sharing a yummy and boozy treat Galatea!