These peanut butter whiskey drinks are here to prove that there’s nothing peanut butter can’t make better.
And yes, I know what you’re thinking: peanut butter and whiskey? Who would want that?
Well, as it turns out, plenty of people! And hey, if you’re here, you may be one of them.
Maybe you saw the title and thought about that peanut butter burger you tried (and loved) and figured, let’s give it a shot!
Because believe it or not, these peanut butter whiskey drinks ain’t half bad. In fact, they’re downright delicious.
Ready to dive in? I know I am!
Was there anything more comforting as a child than coming home to a PB&J?
Bring a bit of that nostalgia into adulthood with this PB&J cocktail. You’ll use peanut butter whiskey, grape jelly simple syrup, and a dash of salt.
It won’t taste exactly like an authentic peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but it’s pretty darn close.
Plus, the alcohol taste in the whiskey isn’t strong enough to mar the overall flavor. It’s certainly a drink that’ll have you longing for home.
Oh, and that little PB&J garnish? It’s technically optional, but I don’t think this drink is complete without it.
Give these three-ingredient shots a try if you’re in the mood for something a little decadent.
They’re a Resee’s lover’s dream come true. After all, they’re Resee’s peanut butter cups, but boozy.
Each one is a sweet, chocolatey delight with gold glitter around the rim.
They’re thicker and creamier than traditional shots, but I think that makes them even better.
Best of all, the coffee liqueur is the perfect complement to the peanut butter whiskey.
It’s the most indulgent you’ll ever feel while knocking back shots.
Speaking of indulgence, this peanut butter whiskey milkshake is sinfully scrumptious.
It’s so sweet and over the top that you’ll hardly know there’s liquor in it.
Olive Garden had a mixed drink called the Chocolate Almond Amore years ago, and this is the closest comparison I’ve found.
It’s got everything you’d want in a real milkshake: ice cream, chocolate sauce, peanut butter, whipped cream, and more.
And yes, this one uses actual peanut butter, too!
The peanut butter whiskey blends in so well with everything else that it would surprise me if you tasted it at all.
So if you want something overly sweet, that doesn’t taste like liquor, this is it.
If fall drinks are your favorite, you won’t want to miss this recipe.
Unfortunately, regular hot apple cider probably won’t cut it after one sip of this.
It has all the delightful spiced apple flavor of cider. However, it also features the warm richness of peanut butter whiskey. I
f you’re a peanut butter on apple slices kind of person, you’ll adore it.
This cocktail is genuinely one of the tastiest sweet drinks you’ll ever try. It’s like horchata, Irish coffee, and something delicately fruity, all rolled into one.
It’s so creamy and soooo sweet. As my dad would say, “It’ll make your teeth ache.”
Fortunately, it won’t actually make your teeth ache. But it will warm you up from the first sip.
Its sugar cookie and citrus flavor are to die for. But don’t let all that sugary sweetness fool you – it’s a reasonably strong drink.
You won’t need more than one to start feeling good.
Tropical peanut butter…sounds weird, right?
Surprisingly, though, it works. It’s like a rich, rum-filled piña colada but with peanut butter.
The coconut and pineapple are the strongest flavors in this one, and there are just hints of peanut butter in the background.
I don’t know how, but it’s super tasty.
Give it a shot if you want a new summer cocktail to impress your guests.
I’m sure everyone has had the traditional Moscow Mule. It’s a delicious drink made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime.
This is a twist on the classic recipe, and you’ll love it.
It’s a bit stranger than the others on this list, combining peanut butter whiskey, ginger beer, orange juice, and vodka.
It has a bold, complex flavor that’s hard to describe.
It’s earthy, bright, and boozy but also incredibly nuanced. It’s a nice change of pace if you want something different but still refreshing.
Peanut butter whiskey whipped cream? Why did no one tell me that this was a thing?!
I could whip up a tub of this stuff and eat it with a spoon.
This recipe is totally worth it for the whipped cream alone. Fortunately, the cocktail itself tastes terrific, too.
Coffee and peanut butter go together almost as well as chocolate and peanut butter.
And that’s why I’m convinced you’ll love this drink as much as I do. So serve a few at your next brunch and get ready to be praised.
Here’s another excellent peanut butter and coffee cocktail. This one features cold brew coffee, peanut butter whiskey, and Kahlua.
Add some simple syrup for sweetness and heavy cream to make it thick and frothy.
Toss in a few coffee beans as a garnish, and you’re all set.
It’s a caffeinated pick-me-up and a boozy calm-me-down in one delicious package. You won’t get any complaints.
Love Old Fashioned cocktails but wish the whiskey wasn’t so rough going down?
This Peanut Butter Old Fashioned is the answer to your prayers.
You’ll skip the rye (or bourbon) and use peanut butter whiskey instead. It makes the whole drink sweeter, smoother, and much easier to sip.
It’s still just as strong and easy to make, though.
After all, half the appeal of an Old Fashioned is how quickly you can whip it up. We don’t want to mess with that.
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