Christmas Cookie Cocktail (Elixir Mixer Version)

Christmas Cookie Cocktail (Elixir Mixer Version)

Mariana Kanellos
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Christmas Cookie Cocktail (Elixir Mixer Version)

What is a Christmas Cookie Cocktail?

This delightful cocktail is a sweet and festive treat that captures the essence of holiday cookies in a glass. With hints of vanilla, almond, and cream, it's like sipping on your favorite Christmas cookie, making it perfect for holiday gatherings or cozy nights in.

Make Any Drink With The Elixer Mixer 


  • 1.5 oz vanilla vodka
  • 1.5 oz Irish cream liqueur
  • 1 oz amaretto (almond liqueur)
  • 2 oz half-and-half or milk (for a lighter version)
  • A drop of almond extract (optional for enhanced flavor)
  • Ice cubes
  • Optional: Crushed cookies or cookie crumbs for rimming the glass
  • Optional: A cinnamon stick or holiday-themed sprinkles for garnish


  1. If rimming your glass with cookie crumbs, first moisten the rim with a bit of Irish cream or water, then dip it into the crushed cookies.
  2. In the Elixir Mixer, combine vanilla vodka, Irish cream liqueur, amaretto, and half-and-half or milk. Add a drop of almond extract if desired.
  3. Secure the lid of the Elixir Mixer and activate the built-in whisk for about 15 seconds, ensuring a thorough mix.
  4. Fill a glass with ice cubes.
  5. Carefully open the Elixir Mixer and pour the cocktail over the ice.
  6. Garnish with a cinnamon stick or sprinkle some holiday-themed sprinkles on top.
  7. Enjoy your Christmas Cookie Cocktail, a festive treat that's sure to spread holiday cheer!


Can I make this cocktail non-alcoholic?

Yes, substitute the alcoholic ingredients with non-alcoholic vanilla and almond-flavored syrups and use more milk or cream.

Why use the Elixir Mixer for this cocktail?

The Elixir Mixer ensures a smooth, well-blended cocktail, perfectly integrating all the flavors.

Can I serve this cocktail warm?

While it's typically served cold, you could gently heat the milk and mix the non-alcoholic ingredients for a warm, cookie-flavored drink.

How can I make this drink dairy-free?

Use almond milk or coconut milk in place of half-and-half or milk, and a dairy-free Irish cream alternative.

What kind of cookies work best for the rim?

Shortbread, ginger snaps, or any of your favorite holiday cookies that crumble well will work perfectly.

Savor the taste of the holidays with each sip of your Christmas Cookie Cocktail!

Do away with tedious handheld frothers and clunky shaker bottles. With the Elixir Mixer—our electric whisk bottle—crafting a diverse range of hot and cold drinks is streamlined. Fill it up, press the button, and 15 seconds later—get sipping. It will quickly become the MVP of your everyday rituals.

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