Strawberry Chantilly Cocktails
These Strawberry Chantilly Cocktails are a perfectly sweet beginning to a Valentine’s dinner for two, or a fun Girl’s Night In.
I am not a drinker and I liked this cocktail. In fact, I’m so much of a non-drinker that I didn’t even know what this Delicia Whipped Malt Beverage was when I received it as a gift.
I mean, obviously I realized it was alcohol. But I mistakenly thought it was champagne, when in fact it is a fizzy, whipped cream flavored malt. I’m not a beer drinker so I even surprised myself by liking this. The thing is, I like pretty things. And this drink is pretty. It’s delicious too, so that helps.
You can use full strawberries, but aren’t these tiny heart-shaped ones just irresistible? They soak up the whipped cream malt and are a nice ending to the drink. Add a small scoop of strawberry ice cream and you have a simple, elegant cocktail perfect for friends and friends with benefits. **wink wink**
You can make these non-alcoholic mocktails by subbing cream soda for the whipped cream malt. I prefer this Jones Cream Soda, but any will do. Also, feel free to use any whipped cream flavored beverage, or sweet wine you like.
Strawberry Chantilly Cocktail Recipe
These Strawberry Chantilly Cocktails are a perfectly sweet beginning to a Valentine's dinner for two, or a fun Girl's Night In.
10 strawberries, washed and hulled
Delicia Whipped Malt Beverage (or substitute cream soda)
Strawberry ice cream
Sugar for rim sanding, optional
- Cut strawberries in half lengthwise. Use a mini heart-shaped cookie cutter to make strawberry hearts.
- Add strawberry ice cream to the bottom of glass.
- Top with strawberries and Delicia Whipped Malt Beverage.
- Make these a non-alcoholic mocktail by using cream soda.
- Sub in your favorite whipped cream flavored liquor or dessert wine.
Original recipe and images © In Katrina's Kitchen
Items used in this recipe (I cannot link to the alcohol. I like this Jones Cream Soda as a non-alcoholic version):