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Tiny Strawberry Cream Liquor Filled Chocolate Shot Cups
These tiny chocolate shot cups are filled with strawberry cream liquor and topped with a twist of rich butter cream. BTW my mom complained that these were too rich for her. She suggested substituting whipped cream for the butter cream and I think that would also be great and a bit lighter.

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  • How to make a shot. Shots Of Love - Step 1
    Step 1

    First, melt your pink candy melts according to the instructions on the packet. DO NOT melt the whole bag unless you are planning on making a ton of these. About 1/4 cup will make 6-8 shot glasses.

  • How to make a shot. Shots Of Love - Step 2
    Step 2

    Fill your mini shot glass candy mold. I normally brush in one layer of chocolate and put it in the freezer for a few minutes. Then I bruch in anouther layer to make a sturdy, but hollow cup. They don't need to be perfect because you are not going to see the insides. Once you get the cups set up, pop them out the the mold.

  • How to make a shot. Shots Of Love - Step 3
    Step 3

    Fill your cups about 1/2 full with the filling of your choice. I like strawberry cream liquor for this little Valentine's Day treat. Chocolate or coffee cream would be good as well. If you want to make a virgin variety, try pureed fruit.

  • How to make a shot. Shots Of Love - Step 4
    Step 4

    Next, I pipe on a big swirl of butter cream frosting.

  • How to make a shot. Shots Of Love - Step 5
    Step 5

    Finally, I placed a little conversation heart on each cup. I usually put them back into the freezer to let them get nice and cold and to set up.

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Lonelywolf · Katwijk, Zuid-Holland, NL · 13 projects
Mmm looks delicious! Happy
Krystyl O.
Krystyl O. · Abbotsford, British Columbia, CA · 11 projects
Sooo cute! would be great with Baja Rosa and whipped cream
Kelsey B.
Kelsey B. · Monterey, California, US · 12 projects
Sounds so yummy! I may have to give this a go...
boutique-it · 16 projects
What you need is a cordial cup mold. The mold is about $2.00. Here is a link http://www.amazon.com/WILTON-CORDIAL-CUPS-MOLD-2115-1535/dp/B0000VMI9K
z o m b i e
z o m b i e · Toronto, Ontario, CA · 5 projects
Looks yummy but I don't really understand what types of molds you would use for this. Care to explain further for me, please?
Alf · Puerto Rico, Misiones Province, AR · 17 projects
MMMM looks tasty