Wednesday, June 5, 2013

French Toast

4 shots out of 5

These last  two weeks have be absolutely insane for us.  Everywhere I turned there was another soccer game, baseball game, softball game, Tae Kwon Do class or something to do for the end of the school year.  Plus we have a Middle School graduate this year which makes things that much more exciting.  We're also going to be attending a family reunion soon and then we will be planning a graduation party as well.  So much to do, so little time!  But I did have time to quickly buy our sons high school summer reading book, Mythology by Edith Hamilton from amazon, thing down.

Just typing all of that out exhausts me!  A friend of mine gave me some of his Fireball Whisky a while ago so that I could make tonight's........OK, so this afternoons cocktail.  I had every intention to make it within a day or two after he gave it to me.....and then came the sickness that swept through this house.  Now that I have my taste buds back in working order I decided, what better time to make and have a cocktail then now!

I gave today's cocktail 4 shots out of 5.  This is a tasty shooter for sure.  None of the three ingredients over powered the other in this shooter at all.  I thought that if any of them would over power the others it would be the Fireball Whisky, but no it was a nice calm cinnamon taste that complimented the others quite well.

Here is the recipe for a French Toast:

  • 1/2 ounce Fireball Whisky
  • 1/2 ounce butterscotch schnapps
  • 1/2 ounce Irish Cream Liqueur
In a shaker, add ice and all of the ingredients above.  Shake well and strain into a shot glass and enjoy!

Here is a photo of the end result:

Here is a photo of the ingredients:

Thank You Paul for my little Tupperware of Fireball!


The Cocktail Lady


  1. Whoa, one of these and I'd be on my ear but happy! Cheers

  2. This looks to be a fantastic little shooter. And better than my $10 French Toast I got at brunch this morning. Cinnamon Whiskey and Baileys make good playmates

    1. Ha ha, yes this is a yummy little shooter! The two do go well together, you're right! =)