10 Delicious Kahlua Drinks
If your bar isn't stocked with Kahlua yet, you'll be running to the store for the ingredients to these great Kahlua drinks.
Kahlua Hot Chocolate
Nothing whisks those winter blues away faster than a big mug of hot chocolate, and you can make it all the more festive with just a splash of magical Kahlua. Chungah Rhee’s delicious Kahlua hot chocolate recipe uses Dutch-processed cocoa powder, cinnamon, nutmeg and of course Kahlua. Why not top it off with mini marshmallows and a drizzle of salted caramel and chocolate syrup?
White Chocolate Mudslide
On top of being totally scrumptious, this White Chocolate Mudslide recipe is also incredibly versatile—refreshing in the summer or festive in the winter. Jocelyn at Grandbaby Cakes recommends melting white chocolate into the milk before blending it with ice cream, Irish cream and Kahlua for a decadent treat. She adds a raspberry as a garnish, so you can go ahead and pretend it’s nutritious as well.
Why not pair it with this easy white chocolate fudge?
Orange and Chili Coffee Old-Fashioned
We don’t want to ruin iced coffee for you, but you might never be the same after trying this recipe. Emily at Gastronomista has some wicked tricks up her sleeve, combining Kahlua with Grand Marnier, bitters and a chili pepper for a drink that is coffee, citrus, spice…and everything but just “nice.”
Looking for more ways to wet your whistle? These cocktails have only two ingredients.
Coconut White Russian
Dairy-free? This spin on the White Russian from Simply Recipes is perfect for vegan and lactose-intolerant drinkers. Garrett McCord recommends a splash of ginger or cinnamon during the holidays to take your recipe to the next level.
Are you thinking about going vegan? One of our writers tried it—here’s what she thought.
Beware this cocktail—it goes down easy, but these ingredients don’t mess around. Whether it’s summer or the dead of winter, this drink from Tessa Arias at Handle the Heat is like a day at the beach blended and poured for your enjoyment.
Looking for a conversation starter that is as pretty as it is sweet? This little shooter from Mix That Drink is traditionally made with Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream and Grand Marnier. When properly made, the layers separate because of their differing densities, forming colorful bands inside the glass. While tricky to get just right, they’re still delicious even if the presentation fails.
Sure, there’s coffee and Kahlua. But why settle for mortality when you could drink like the gods, or at least one in Marvel’s universe. This playful recipe from The Drink Blog takes the basic structure of a White Russian but uses mead instead of vodka, much more fitting for a Norwegian thunder god.