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Liquid Thin Mint

I learned to drink alcohol by drinking girly drinks that didn’t taste like alcohol – Smirnoff Ice, Fuzzy Navels…. and this one, I hesitate to call it by the name I knew it for fear that I will offend you. But I’m going to tell you anyway. I knew this drink as a Dirty Girl Scout. You can bet that I got a lot of shocked looks when I recently started talking about this drink again, at work nonetheless. However, one sip of this concoction and I was no longer the lunatic talking about naughty-sounding things, but I was the genius who introduced them to the dangerously good liquid thin mint. I drink this all year long, you can dress it up for the holidays with a peppermint stick or a candy cane.

Liquid Thin Mints

1 oz. peppermint schnapps
4 oz. chocolate milk
candy cane or peppermint stick (optional garnish)

Place 1/2 – 1 cup ice in a cocktail shaker. Add peppermint schnapps and chocolate milk. Shake like crazy.

Pour, enjoy, and try not to get too drunk.

 2013_12.Weeks.Of.Christmas.TreatsCheck out the below links for more contributions to the 12 Weeks of Holiday Treats, hosted by Meal Planning Magic



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