From cupcakes to milkshakes, we love receiving your ingenious Peanut Hottie recipes.
Last week, peanut mad, super fan Kris, sent a handful of weird and wonderful Peanut Hottie recipes to us!
“The first thing I tried was making an Old Fashioned with the Chocolate Peanut Hottie! I love an Old Fashioned, it’s my favourite cocktail, and I still have some Christmas bourbon left, so I decided to give it a try. Inspiration came from this recipe from the Peanut Hottie website, but y’know, bourbon.”
1. Gather your ingredients.
2. Using a few spoonfuls of Peanut Hottie, add a small amount of hot water to turn it into a paste. Literally, a tiny amount.
3. Add to the glass with some ice.
4. Stir until the ice starts to melt. Then add a splash of the bourbon. I used 50ml in total. Keep gradually adding more ice, more bourbon and more Peanut Hottie paste until all your bourbon is in the glass.
4. There we go. Chocolate Peanut Hottie Old Fashioned.
Fair warning, it left it looking a bit cloudy and murky. I’m not sure if there is any way around this, but this is the fun of experimenting in the kitchen. Things sometimes work, and sometimes they don’t. It tasted freaking awesome though! Bourbon, chocolate and peanuts just work so well.
Thanks for sharing Kris – we can’t wait to try this out!