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What would you do with 12 chocolate liqueur cups from Astor Chocolate? Tell me in the comments for a chance to win them!

I’ll randomly pick a winner at 12:01 AM CST on Wednesday, March 17th.

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108 comments on “Chocolate Liqueur Cups Giveaway”

  1. Rachaelsays:

    I would eat all of them to celebrate the end of my midterms!!! Okay, maybe not all of them… :P

    rachaelclj@yahoo.com

  2. My 10 week Biggest Loser contest at work is over next Tuesday. I’m on track to win the big prize of $230. I’d celebrate my victory eating them as is! They look delicious. I’d share them with my fat friends!

  3. I would try them in a new cupcake recipe for my boyfriend’s birthday! I have always wanted to try them!

  4. SHOT GLASS CUPCAKES!!!!

    of course! What else would you do with chocolate liqueur cups?

  5. Hmm I would make some ganache and put it in the cups and surround it with fresh berries.

  6. Leighsays:

    I love all of your ideas! But I might also use them to make little flavored chocolate ganache cups.

    lebeare at gmail dot com.

  7. Raesays:

    I’d have a good St. Patty’s day, or a good day with my friends. I’m slightly curious how chocolate tastes with certain shots.

    hiya1213 at yahoo.com

  8. I would put raspberry liquor in them–it is fabulous!! Had it at a winery in Wisconsin and have thought about making little chocolate cups so we could duplicate the experience. CJ

  9. I would fill with lemon cake, top with meringue, and then put a raspberry on top… assuming I don’t eat all of them beforehand!

    sweetarchivia at gmail dot com

  10. Ninasays:

    I would make jello shot cupcakes and put the cups in the middle with jello shots in them.

  11. Jensays:

    The Bailey’s idea sounds amazing! I think they’d be heavenly with some chambord as well. I love some of the other ideas people have made too – so many possibilities!

  12. I’d fill them with organic peanut butter to make hella big peanut butter cups… yummmm

    waylonaussies at gmail.com

  13. Lindsaysays:

    I serve them on the side of some ice cream and a warm sauce.

  14. I like the idea of frosting shots far too much. :3
    But to be perfectly honest, we’d probably get mint chocolate chip ice cream and sprinkles, and go that way. ^.^

    xxapplejuice@gmail.com

  15. Aprilsays:

    looks good, i want them!

  16. fill them w/ salted caramel. And then eat them all!

  17. Nicki B.says:

    I would fill them with Godiva liqueur and put them in the middle of my chocolate liqueur cupcakes!

    nickibortz@hotmail.com

  18. Anonymoussays:

    I would fill with chocolate mousse and top off with a slice of banana and/or a raspberry.
    jacknbead@aol.com

  19. SBsays:

    I would make a nice chambord spiked chocolate mousse and pipe it into the cup, do a sprinkle of finely grated white chocolate on top place a raspberry on there to finish it off. Yum! Raspberry and chocolate and liqueur in a cup you can eat…how can you go wrong?
    musesdragon@hotmail.com

  20. allisonsays:

    If I didn’t eat them plain from the box first, I would probably fill them with homemade creme de menthe ice cream for St. Patrick’s Day.

  21. MBMsays:

    Wow – chocolate liqueur cups … they should absolutely fabulous!

    I would serve a shot of amaretto hot chocolate in them along with a warm, fresh-out-of-the-oven, hazelnut cupcakes … a perfect dessert nightcap!

    These little puppies are too beautiful to be served as a college party shot or disguised with a layer of gunk … they’re just gorgeous!

    macaillebrynn at hotmail dot com

  22. roisinsays:

    I want these chocolate cups! I want to try those cookies and milk cupcakes!

  23. Katiesays:

    I would fill them with peanut butter and *chomp chomp chomp*.

    If I must do something baking related, I’d probably go for a dark chocolate cupcake, still fill them with peanut butter and insert them into the cupcake and frost with a divine peanut butter frosting I have a recipe for.

    katie (at) cassadyweb (dot) com

  24. Heathersays:

    I would fill them with homemade Bailey’s mousse and then put them in the “Better than Sex” cupcakes or fill them with a shot of Malibu or Guavaberry rum and put them in the center of my Coconut cupcakes!

  25. Kathrynsays:

    Actually, I have been dying to try out the Oreo cupcakes recipe, so I would definitely use them for that.
    My homemade Oreos were a hit when I made them last year, and I am a milk and cookies fiend. :)

  26. Tracsays:

    Peppermint patty shots…mmmm.

    wise_te@msn.com

  27. Besides just eating them, I would fill with peanut butter or ice cream or maybe both!

  28. I am getting weak.
    I’m losing weight so quickly,
    I need choc-o-late!

  29. Chocolate Liqueur Haiku … somebody stepped it up a notch!

  30. I would make a mint chocolate shooter. Part Creme de menthe, part kahlua and part chocolate milk mmm mmmm!

  31. i’d use them at a party, half filled with adult beverages, and half filled with sweets. They would be perfect!

    kidaloisio(AT)yahoo.com

  32. Karensays:

    Have a chocolate party!

  33. Lizsays:

    Kahlua and cream shots for me!

  34. Melissasays:

    in cupcakes, with baileys, or with peanut butter!!! there are too many options to choose just one, so I’d probably use a couple for each idea!

  35. Edanasays:

    Oooh, creme de cassis? Anything berry-flavored. And I’m so curious about these shot glass cupcakes now. Hmmmm….

    vivalaevolution at gmail dot com

  36. carolesays:

    would love to use these for jello shots for my grandaughters birthday

  37. candysusays:

    Creme Brulees! Or, use for homemade Kaluha/Baileys. YUM!

    cancanny@gmail.com

  38. Jennysays:

    I’d make a lovely passion fruit cream and inject a little passion fruit puree into the middle of it. You’d get nice and tangy combined with the smooth lushness of the chocolate. Man, that sounds great!

  39. Aileensays:

    fill them with green beer and stick them in green velvet cupcakes I’ve been dying to make!!

  40. Tiffsays:

    I would definitely fill them with bailey’s and put them inside an irish bomb cupcake! Yum! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tiffany.r.schmidt(at)gmail.com

  41. Gilsays:

    I’d eat them. Gimme gimme.

  42. Anonymoussays:

    I would fill them with my favorite creme de menth marshmallow mousse, which is green and out of this world. Top them with a small chocolate ball for a great St. Paddy’s treat.

  43. I would love to make some cupcakes with them! Maybe an alcoholic version of your Oreo Cupcakes? I’m thinking Kahlua instead of milk! :)

  44. Chadsays:

    I’d fill em with Chocolate souffles topped with homemade chocolate liqueur ice cream!

    -Chad

    ucantforgetthis@gmail.com

  45. Laurasays:

    If they landed in my kitchen, I’d fill them with kahlua-spiked no-bake cheesecake topped with chocolate covered espresso beans!

  46. Kerrysays:

    So many good ideas already listed … but I would definitely use them inside a cupcake, filled with deliciousness (whether it’s ice cream, liquor or a special sauce).

    kerry.kassie@gmail.com

  47. Rebeccasays:

    in a cupcake, filled with apricot jam or lemon curd.
    rcleary06@gmail.com

  48. I would fill them with green beer and use them as a dessert and an after dinner drink

  49. I would fill them with white russians and go duck pin bowling with them! Mmmmmmm!

  50. Doesays:

    fill it with a guinness float and go to town on it =P

    olivejuice04@hotmail.com

  51. I have a major sweet tooth, but I am also a health nut. I would fill them with tofu cheesecake filling and sprinkle with graham cracker crumbs.

  52. Anonymoussays:

    Hi Stef!
    i would fill ’em w Baileys and drink ’em all. It’s been a really bad year…
    juzee@earthlink.net

  53. I would make a delicious parfait with layers of fig jam, greek yoghurt spiked with curacao, berries macerated in white rum, and home-baked granola with flakes of white and dark chocolate. since i’m from boston,MA, we’d enjoy them during st. patty’s day rowdiness downtown…

    rebecca.thandi@gmail.com

  54. Anonymoussays:

    I would fill them with chocolate mousse, then I’d top them off with a dollop of Gran Marnier flavored whipped cream and sprinkle with a couple of slivers of dark chocolate covered orange peel!
    One of my favorite flavor combos!
    Sandi Z
    zfembot@aol.com

  55. Amysays:

    I’d share them with my family. They look yummy!

  56. Anonymoussays:

    I would fill them with young thai coconut cream, with cacao sprinkles. YUM!!! They look sooo delicious! Hope I win!

  57. Kristensays:

    My mom makes the best white chocolate martinis. I think a strong batch of those would fill the cups perfectly!

  58. These would be so much fun to bake with!

  59. JaimeMuffinsays:

    id love to make some cupcake shots for my friends 21st birthday!
    lefire14@yahoo.com

  60. I would use them to drown my sorrows after my chemistry exam…. or celebrate, depends how it goes!

  61. Lisasays:

    Fill with slightly warm Hazelnut Pear Flambe, or Black Pepper Stout Ganache. Top with Balsamic Whipped Cream. Consume!

  62. Alexsays:

    I’m so excited to find a St. Louis blogger, especially one who loves to bake! People always overlook us midwestern-ers. Looking forward to all your future posts!

  63. Sophiasays:

    What about Bailey’s infused buttercream for icing shots?

  64. Anonymoussays:

    Give them to my step mom for mothers day :)

    katushac at yahoo dot com

  65. These look so Delish!!!! I would be so happy to have these!!!!

    Michelle Torres
    cingulwasme@aol.com

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  67. Kandicesays:

    I would make mini “cheesecakes” in them–put graham crackers in the bottom, then some cream cheese frosting!

    kandicimo@gmail.com

  68. Kittysays:

    I would fill with coffee ice cream.

  69. I would fill with Bailey’s mint Irish Cream and have a sorority party with my sisters!!!!!!

    sarahpeara@gmail.com

  70. Anonymoussays:

    bourbon pecan ganche

    suqin at earthlink.net

  71. ashleysays:

    well i am planning on making your green velvet cupcakes so i won’t say that as my answer. rather, i would make a nice rich chocolate cupcake, place the cup in the middle filled with a mix of pureed strawberries, then top the entire thing with white chocolate ganache(even the top of the cup) so that it would be a play on a tuxedo strawberry.

    ana153@students.jwu.edu

  72. Pfft, portion control snack. Yeah right.

    I’d fill them with coffee cheesecake filling, drizzle with white chocolate, and die a happy person.

  73. megwinsays:

    I’d fill them with fruit mixed with cottage cheese, topped with pink colored whipped cream, and a cherry.

  74. the possibility of world fame is just a click away!! but for real, i would definitely be making the oreo cupcakes

  75. lizzsays:

    i would make so many red velvet cupcakes with these!

  76. Laurelsays:

    I’d put peanut butter in them and serve them with peanut butter ice cream!! Yum :)
    Laurel
    laurelcgatyahoodotcom

  77. Fill it half with chocolate raspberry mousse, top it with ganache.
    All around – some mousse and whipped cream swirls!!
    I need those cups now :D

  78. OMG, drool. I worked at Godiva and enjoyed their liqueur truffles so much. I think I’d have to find a truffle recipe and fill them with yummy goodness.

    Or, failing that, I’d just gobble them all up when no one is looking.

    gillianivy@live.com

  79. I’d made a frappuccino and fill the cups with it. Or maybe even mocha cupcakes cut to the size of the cups and put inside them and then a layer of whipped cream and then a layer of the frappuccino drink.

  80. Sarahsays:

    I’d fill them with peanut butter and plop them in a chocolate cupcake!

  81. Anonymoussays:

    So many good ideas: frosting, peanut butter, or cheesecake!

    amanda.townsend2 at gmail dot com

  82. Berthasays:

    I would fill it with liqueur for one of the dessert table menu on any kind of adult party, or fill it with tiramisu mousse with coffee bean on top, or raspberry mouse with fresh raspberry on top, endless possibilities!!!

  83. I would fill them with raspberry chocolate mousse, chantilly cream on top with an almond tuile and celebrate graduating pastry school in just 4 short weeks!

  84. Lysa Nguyensays:

    I would fill it with honey and whiskey ice cream with caramello topping drizzled on top.

    nguyenlysa@gmail.com

    Here is a recipe:
    (scroll down for English)

    http://menuturistico.blogspot.com/2010/03/tazzine-di-cioccolato-al-latte-con.html

  85. Eshasays:

    I would make it the container of a wonderful creme brulee where I would take painstaking steps to ensure the chocolate doesn’t melt while I burn the sugar!

  86. Ever had a Mallo Cup?? These are BEGGING to be filled with marshmallow cream for a huge homemade version of Boyer’s awesome treat!!

    meg.obryan@gmail.com :o)

  87. Maggiesays:

    I think it would be fun to make a rum flavored jello shot, regular or creamy, with agar or gelatin and a lime or coconut rum and put them inside a rumcake cupcake.

  88. I would definitely use them as glasses for the bacon infused bourbon I plan to make alongside of some bacon brownies. (highly recommended! So much salty sweet goodness.)

    emily.vasseur@gmail.com

  89. chocolate liqueur or amaretto for drinking pleasure, ice cream and godiva chocolate liqueur with nut sprinkles, oh the possibilities…

  90. Fill them with a little ice cream and drizzle with salted caramel. Oh yes. And then share them my chocolate obsessed toddler princess. :)

  91. KJsays:

    I would make mango cups for Easter!

  92. Mahilasays:

    Your ideas sound delicious!

    I would fill them up with chocolate hazelnut mousse. Or with nutella!

    minlet@gmail.com

  93. Anonymoussays:

    I would make fruit tarts-fresh fruit topped over mousse…mmmmm!!!

    jn07 at fsu dot edu

  94. Anonymoussays:

    B-52 shots to celebrate the end of finals!! Mmm :)

    al.shin.wgm at gmail dot com

  95. I’d love to fill them with strawberry mousse.

  96. Ummmm…. Chocolate Martinis! Berry cups! Lots of things to do with them.
    digicat{AT}sbcglobal{DOT}net

  97. I would them into edible flower pots. With candy flowers, oreo dirt and candy grass. I am doing a flower theme for my 3 year old’s birthday in April. Thank you for the giveaway.

    thehomemadecook(at)yahoo(dot)com

  98. Chrissays:

    I would fill it with some mascarpone cream and some raspberry syrup on top

  99. Ghadirsays:

    I would fill them with raspberry cream, top with a fresh raspberry and chocolate shavings. Then I’d give them to my mom for her birthday dessert!

  100. Oooo – I’d fill them with Bailey’s ganache and make them the centerpiece of a impromptu cocktail party this weekend in honor of the Cupcake Project!

  101. chrissays:

    I’d fill it with white chocolate/raspberry mousse.

  102. Bsays:

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  103. Bsays:

    Definitely have a dinner party with an assortment of sweet shots inside- something really pretty!

    Though I *love* the idea of cupcakes!

    cimorenegal @ gmail dot com

  104. Janasays:

    I would say that if you do the cupcakes, take normal glass shot glasses and grease them and put them in the batter, then pull it out and replace it with these.

    I would make Guinness Stout cake, take pieces and roll them into cake balls. Fill the very bottom with bailey’s irish cream and then plug the end with the cake ball (like a tiny ice cream cone). Dip the top in dark chocolate ganache and then a tiny swirl of chocolate mousse.

  105. Lizsays:

    I’d make treats for friends and family! Filling w/ homemade buttercream sounds perfect. Or maybe “cheesecake” topped w/ a fresh berry.

    erauls (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

  106. Anonymoussays:

    Fill them with cake/frosting balls (ala Bakerella).

    tearem@msn.com

  107. Rachaelsays:

    I would make awesome cupcakes with chocolate milk inside and throw a party with friends just to delight in the gloriousness of it all.

    Rachael.M.Dickson@gmail.com

  108. i’d eat all of them. rapidly :)

    snacks -@- scottysnacks-dot-com

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