Vanilla Rum-Soaked French Toast & More: 15 Recipes Using Liquor-Soaked Foods

Vanilla Rum-Soaked French Toast & More: 15 Recipes Using Liquor-Soaked Foods

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Cambria Bold
May 10, 2012
Cocktail Week is typically devoted to drinks, but your favorite booze doesn't have to stay in a glass. Liquor-soaked foods add just the right amount of punch. Why use regular raisins when you can use cognac-soaked raisins? Why grill regular shrimp when you can make whiskey-soaked maple shrimp? Inspired? So are we. TOP ROW1 Cranberry Tart with Cognac-soaked Raisins, Tangerine Zest, and Dark Chocolate, via A Little Zaftig • 2 Rum Soaked Date Bars, via Brown Eyed Baker • 3 Zucchini & Spinach Tart w/ Whipped Ricotta & Rum Soaked Currants, via The Melbourne Food Files • 4 Liquor-Soaked Apple Walnut Ginger Cake, via eCurry • 5 Port Wine Soaked Chocolate Cherry Brownies, via 101Cookbooks MIDDLE ROW6 Irish Soda Bread with Whiskey-Soaked Raisins, via Pictures and Pancakes • 7 Bourbon-Soaked Cherries, via Food Woolf • 8 Easy, Tipsy Appetizers: Martini-Soaked Olives, via The Kitchn • 9 Cocktail Alternative: Booze-Soaked Fruit Skewers, via The Kitchn • 10 Rum-Raisin Almond Brioche, via The Kitchn BOTTOM ROW11 Vanilla Rum Soaked French Toast, via Pastry Affair • 12 Nigella's Banana Bread with Southern Comfort-Soaked Apricots, via Savory Bites • 13 Brandy-Soaked Scallops, via Simple Comfort Food • 14 Puff Pastry with Whipped Mascarpone and Cointreau Blueberries, via Lemons and Anchovies • 15 Whiskey and Maple Soaked Shrimp on the Grill, via Choosy Beggars Related: Any Ideas for Using Up Rum-Soaked Fruit? (Images: as linked)
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