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Cocoa Snickerdoodle RumChata Martini Recipe

A good martini can be a delicious cocktail treat. This Cocoa Snickerdoodle RumChata martini recipe is basically like drinking dessert. The idea for this creation all started while making an edible cookie dough recipe.

After I had made the truffles, I thought the little balls looked like a good martini garnish. Figure out a concoction that tastes like a cookie, and bam, you have a winner. Recipe intended for people 21+ only.

Snickerdoodle mixed drink in a martini glass.

How to Make a Snickerdoodle Martini Recipe

Many people would probably add cream to this martini recipe, but I chose not to. I don’t like when a drink is too heavy, so use your own judgment on deciding whether to use milk or cream. Chocolate milk is thicker, anyway, so the texture is on point for me.

I plan to blend this recipe with ice in the future. I think it will make a delicious, slushy beverage. It will act even more like a dessert when it’s blended up like a milkshake. Maybe even add a dash of chocolate syrup? Yum, the possibilities are endless.

Snickerdoodle cookie martini in a glass with a pink background.

Enjoy responsibly. This recipe makes one martini. If you are entertaining, increase the ingredients to serve more people. As always, never drink and drive and be sure to look out for your friends, as well.

RumChata makes everything delicious, but this martini recipe is like a chocolatey snickerdoodle, with a booze-y kick of course. Martinis are perfect for date night, or a girls’ night in. We don’t have them often, so they are definitely a treat!

Of course, this martini is good all year round, but right now I think it’s perfect for Valentine’s day. It’s a great dessert cocktail to top off a romantic dinner.

If you make this during the holiday season, maybe garnish with some candy canes for a holiday twist!

Yield: 1 drink

Cocoa Snickerdoodle RumChata Martini Recipe

Cocoa Snickerdoodle RumChata Martini Recipe

Love snickerdoodle cookies and mixed drinks? Definitely give this dessert cocktail a try. 

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes



  1. Using two plates, rim your martini glass by dipping it in honey or syrup first, and then dip it into powder to lightly dust the rim.
  2. Pour the milk, RumChata, Vanilla Vodka, and 1/2 tsp cocoa mixture into a shaker. Add ice for extra chillage.
  3. Pour into martini glass and add a dash of cinnamon to the top.
  4. Place three truffle balls on to a cocktail pick or decorative stirrer for garnish. I used a short toothpick, and the first three fell into the drink.


Nutrition facts are an estimate and do not include the truffle balls as the garnish. 

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 drink

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 2374Total Fat: 28gSaturated Fat: 17gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 2376mgCarbohydrates: 469gFiber: 19gSugar: 361gProtein: 35g

Nutrition facts are an estimate only.

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Snickerdoodle martini in a glass with truffle garnish

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Sunday 12th of April 2015

I can't imagien anything better than a snickerdoodle cookie...till I read this recipe! Can't wait to make this for my mom!

Julie Wood

Wednesday 18th of March 2015

This drink looks so delicious and even if I did not add the alcohol-it still would be a very nice drink to have and it is so easy to make! Love it!

Sandra Watts

Friday 27th of February 2015

Loving your drink recipes. This one looks so delicious. I pinned.


Tuesday 24th of February 2015

Oh my gawsh! Bam, winner is totally right!!! I need one... scratch that a couple of these stat! Totally making these this weekend! Yay! Thanks for sharing♡

Tamra Phelps

Wednesday 4th of February 2015

There's a lot going on in the name of this drink, but it all looks good. I think I might want those truffles, too!

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