Saying I love coffee and hot chocolate would be an understatement. I have been experimenting with my newfound love for cocktails. One drink I recently made is this Tiramisu Liqueur Bombs Hot Boozy Coffee Drink.
Like tiramisu, dark chocolate, white chocolate, and some Tiramisu Liqueur create this adult beverage. This combination of tiramisu flavors and booze with coffee is a sinful delight you’ll love, and it’s so fun to serve to friends and family.
Weeknights and weekends can be hectic with work, kid’s activities, taking care of my home, and just always on the run. Some days I’m not sure if everything will get done or not. Either way, at the end of a long day, I often wind down on the couch with a blanket and a Tiramisu Liqueur Bomb in my hot chocolate or coffee.
Boozy Hot Drinks with Tiramisu Liqueur Bombs
These yummy bombs make the perfect addition to hot coffee or chocolate, adding a decadent liqueur to your warm drink. Your new favorite adult coffee drink is also pretty enough to double as easy DIY holiday gifts for (adult) friends and family. I found a bunch more fun boozy tiramisu-inspired cocktail drinks and desserts here. They all look incredibly amazing.
- 1 bag dark chocolate melting wafers – (I like to use these Ghirardelli wafers, but you can use whatever your favorite kind is)
- 1/2 cup white candy melts
- 2 oz. Tiramisu liqueur
- small dome molds
- Melt the chocolate wafers as directed on the package. Evenly coat each dome mold with chocolate, making sure to coat it enough that the mold cannot be seen through the chocolate. The back of a tablespoon measuring spoon works well to move the chocolate around the mold. Place the chocolate-filled dome mold in the freezer for 10 minutes to let it set.
- Remove from the freezer and slowly but carefully release the chocolate domes from the mold. It helps if you let them sit on the counter for about a minute or so before you try to release them.
- Heat a skillet to your lowest heat setting and place the open side of the dome down to slightly melt it and even out the edges. Fill the dome half with a little tiramisu. Repeat the melting process with the other side of the dome, and place it on the top. Make sure to line up the edges. If you need to seal the edges more, use cooler melted chocolate as hot chocolate will melt the edges.
- Melt white candy melts as directed on the package and drizzle with a knife over the bombs. I find that a butter knife works best for this, but you can really use anything to drizzle that gives you the desired result.
- To serve, just pop one of your Tiramisu liqueur bombs into a cup of hot coffee or hot chocolate and stir until melted.
You can make these Tiramisu Liqueur Bombs in batches and keep them stored in the freezer for whenever you need a sweet treat that’s just slightly boozy. They’re perfect for parties when you want to serve your friend’s dessert after dinner or just for a warm cocktail when you’re just hanging out talking. When I’m not wanting a hot cocktail, my all-time favorite adult drink is this incredible Lemon Basil Mojito. OH YUM!
Storing Tiramisu Liqueur Bombs:
These (and any other hot chocolate bombs I’ve ever made) store best in an airtight container. I like to use mason jars to store mine in because the glass jar keeps the air out and protects the delicate chocolate molds.
Giving liqueur bombs as gifts
Liqueur bombs and cocoa bombs of any kind make a great gift for friends and family this year. Cute ways to present the gifts include:
- Mason jars with ribbons
- Ribbon-tied cellophane bags with a few bombs presented in a nice new ceramic mug
- Place the bombs in colorful paper baking wrappers and gift them in a gift box. I really like these boxes, they come with really cute gift tags too.
Tips and Tricks for making Tiramisu liqueur bombs
The more you make these decadent little desserts, the better you will get at making them. I find that making several batches at a time works really well, too, because with each one you sort of develop a little system.
The molds I use for liqueur bombs are slightly smaller than those used for regular hot chocolate bombs, but you can use them for that too if you scale down the ingredients in another hot cocoa bomb recipe.
For liqueur bombs, you can also vary the liqueur. This Tiramisu liqueur recipe is my favorite, but orange liqueur or another thicker type of liqueur works really well, too.
White chocolate melts can be colored with gel food coloring for a different color drizzle if you’d like. Feel free to mix it up by adding some sprinkles or sanding sugar too before the chocolate sets up for a little bit more of an elegant effect.
The most important tip of all is to relax, have fun and enjoy these fun boozy treats.
- 1 bag dark chocolate melting wafers I like to use Ghirardelli
- 1/2 cup white candy melts
- 2 oz. tiramisu liqueur
- small dome molds
Melt chocolate wafers as directed on the package. Coat each dome mold with chocolate. Make sure to coat it enough that the mold cannot be seen through the chocolate. Place in the freezer for 10 minutes.
Remove from the freezer and slowly remove the domes from the mold. Carefully not to break them.
In a skillet, heat it to low heat and place the open side of the dome down to slightly melt it and even out the edge. Fill with a little tiramisu and repeat to the other side of a dome and place on top. Make sure to line up the edges. If you need to seal the edges more use cooler melted chocolate as the hot chocolate will melt the edges.
Melt white candy melts as directed on the package and drizzle with a knife over the bombs.
Serve in hot coffee or hot chocolate. Just pop the bomb into a cup and stir.
Nutrition InformationServing Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 0Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 0mgCarbohydrates 0gFiber 0gSugar 0gProtein 0g