the chic site cookies and cream martini

One of my favorite books ever is The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley. I talk about it all the time and I’ve recommended it to so many friends who end up sending me emotional texts at two o’clock in the morning because they’re so in love and upset by the book. Seriously, here is a recent example: 

book text message

The thing is, the book is SUPER emotional and the first time I read it I was eating an Oreo McFlurry and pregnant and I got a little bit hysterical… it was one big cookie-covered mess! So, when I wanted to create a cocktail just for Susanna, it had to be Oreo flavored because that’s what I always associate with her… I mean, that and incredible writing (obviously!) Watch the video to see how I made my Cookies and Cream Cocktail and then scroll down for the recipe to make your own! ~Rachel 


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Start by crushing up some Oreo’s for the rim of your martini.

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Now it’s time to mix the liqueurs in your shaker with some ice!

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Now shake it up!

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Garnish your cookies and cream cocktail with a cookie on the rim and enjoy!

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Cookies n' Cream Martini
Serves 1
A delicious dessert cocktail, this Cookies n' Cream Martini is made with Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur, whipped cream vodka, cake vodka and chocolate syrup.
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
  1. 2 parts Godiva white chocolate liqueur
  2. 1 part whipped cream vodka
  3. 1 part cake vodka
  4. ice
  5. 1/4 cup crushed oreo crumbs
  6. lemon wedge
  7. hershey's chocolate syrup
  1. Pour the crushed oreos into a small dish. Run the lemon wedge along the edge of a martini glass and dip it into the oreo crumbs. Drizzle the chocolate syrup into the glass to make a swirled design.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the white chocolate liqueur, and both vodkas. Shake vigorously and pour into the prepared glass, straining out the ice. Enjoy immediately.
Rachel Hollis