The VP group has come up with some pretty creative ways to use this amazing (and it is pretty amazing) liqueur. Here's a teaser...feel free to stop by their blogs for the full recipes.
First up is the Colorado Bee Sting, created by Donna from Cookistry. After making a yummy ham glaze with her honey liqueur Donna realized she wanted more. Inspired by the classic White Russian cocktail Donna came up with the Colorado Bee Sting.
Milisa from Miss in the Kitchen is bringing her famous baklava. Always impressive and delicious the added Baenjager has made them even better. These Barenjager Honey Lemon Bakalava are the perfect dessert to bring to any party.
Looking for a cool martini to try how about the Barren Pear Martini that Rachel from Not Rachel Ray is bringing to the party. And in case that's not enticing enough for you how about trying her Barenjager Honey Caramel Sauce. Sounds perfect drizzled over ice cream.
Another cocktail inspired by the legendary White Russian Jay from Bite and Booze brings us the Honey Chocolate Holiday Cocktail. This holiday cocktail replaces coffee liqueur with Barenjager Honey Liqueur and a dash of chocolate liqueur to create a palate-pleasing, easy drinking cocktail! Honey and chocolate are a great combination that now have their place in the cocktail world too!
Heather from Farmgirl Gourmet is bringing this to die for BoozyBarenjager Shrimp Cocktail. Large prawns marinated in Barenjager Honey Liqueur, Lime & Cilantro, grilled and served with a quick boozy Honey Liqueur Cocktail sauce. This will make an elegant start to your holiday festivities.
They've been abuzz (and buzzed) all month over Bärenjäger's many uses over at The GrooVy Foody, trying it in drinks, in a Honey Bundt Liqueur Cake and adding it's nectar to a dark toffee sauce for use in Banoffee Pudding. Want the recipes? Visit The Groovy Foody
Another awesome cocktail brought to us by Tara the Foodie. A mixture of Barenjager, Maker's Mark, Midori melon liquor, and juiced cucumber. Garnished with melon balls and a cucumber slice. It's a sweet drink with a fresh taste. It would be great as a digestíve or a drink to sip in the summer.
How about a nightcap...one last drink before the party is over. I'll fix us up a few Barenjager Cabin Honey Hot Toddies. They are perfect for cold winter nights by the fire. (you can find the recipe here)