Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini

Although I like to make a cocktail for Halloween, don’t let this Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini be limited to only then; it’s a great dessert drink for any season!

 Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini in a Short Martini Glass

I’ve been out of the cocktail loop for a couple of weeks and yesterday decided it was time to get back in the saddle this week. The result was this simple, luscious Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini; a fantastic dessert cocktail.

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I had planned to post it early this morning too; you know, like I used to do in the ‘olden days?’ But I, um, decided to sip on it while I worked on the photos in Photoshop and by the time there were completed…well, it didn’t happen did it? Bad Barb!

I have been recuperating from cataract surgery so needed a respite from work. This whole cataract surgery thing is strange. The procedure was nothing like I had imagined and was relatively easy. The first eye was the easiest. No problems.

For some reason the 2nd one has had more pressure and swelling than the first one so it’s required more meds, more time and more patience. I don’t do well with any of those!! So some time off from the computer and work was necessary and welcome but enough is enough right?

Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini Garnished with Chocolate Shavings

I couldn’t drink either but now I’m prepping for Halloween. I love to hang outside on the bench on my front porch on Halloween and see all the kids that come by. I also might love making a fun dessert type cocktail and imbibe just a bit while I’m sitting there for hours.

I would offer to have one of these ready to those that show up at my door but know if word got out that kids and candy would take second place as parents race to my house.

This is really a great combination of flavors; sort of like a favorite milkshake but with a nice hit from Vodka. I love Van Gogh’s flavored vodkas; they’re all natural and leave none of the awful aftertaste of some made with artificial ingredients. I had a bottle of my homemade chocolate liqueur and their caramel vodka in the liquor cabinet and thought ‘why not?’ so I blended the two together.

The salted caramel rim is fantastic all on it’s own but as I mention in the notes; be judicious with the salt. No table salt and just a bit; you want it to enhance the drink but not make it really salty.

Join me won’t you and make a batch to enjoy on Halloween. Or all Fall. Or over the holidays. You won’t regret it…Cheers!!

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Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini with a Bottle of Salted Caramel Vodka
Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini with a Bottle of Salted Caramel Vodka

Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini

Creative Culinary
This is a great blend of ingredients for a dessert cocktail; chocolate and salted caramel...who can resist!
5 average from less than 50 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 2 cocktails


For the Rim:

  • Caramel sauce or melted caramels
  • Sea Salt I love Maldon flakes

For the Cocktail:

  • 3 oz Chocolate Liqueur
  • 3 oz Caramel flavored Vodka
  • 2 oz Half and Half

To Garnish:

  • Chocolate Curls


  • Prepare martini glasses by dipping rim in caramel sauce and sprinkling sea salt on rims. Use salt judiciously and never use table salt!
  • Fill glasses with ice.
  • Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add chocolate liqueur, caramel vodka and half and half. Shake vigorously until container is super cold to the touch; 20-30 shakes.
  • Strain martini mixture into prepared glasses and garnish with milk chocolate curls.


To make chocolate curls:
Warm a chocolate bar in the microwave on medium power for 5 second increments until a vegetable peeler run across a long edge results in curls. Use a spoon to garnish; don't try to pick them up with your fingers or they may collapse.


Nutrition Facts
Salted Caramel Chocolate Martini
Serving Size
1 grams
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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