Homemade White Chocolate Liqueur


Homemade White Chocolate Liqueur
Makes about 2 1/4 cups

2 oz. good quality white chocolate*
5-6 TBSP granulated sugar
1/2 cup heavy cream
3/4 cup whole milk
1 1/2 tsp. pure vanilla extract
5-7 oz. white rum or vodka**

*Be sure to use real white chocolate here — steer clear of anything that says “white chips,” or “white morsels,” and avoids using the word “chocolate,” as these products are typically made out of sugar, palm oil, and artificial flavorings. If it doesn’t say it’s chocolate, it probably isn’t! I’m a big fan of Guittard, Valrhona, or Michel Cluizel white chocolate, but of the cheaper, more available brands, Ghiradelli is one of the few that still uses real cocoa butter, and it will make a fine chocolate liqueur!

**Feel free to use more or less alcohol, to taste. By my rough calculations, 7oz. of rum or vodka (at 40% alcohol by…

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