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Chocolate Cream Pie Martini

Updated on February 18, 2011

The Best Chocolate Cream Pie Martini Recipe

The Chocolate Cream Pie Martini must be like the cousin to the chocolate martini and although their names are similar the taste is definitely different. If you are a chocolate lover this martini rocks the house there is no other way to put it, I have never had anything quit like this and I give thanks to the folks at Pinnacle Vodka for another fantastic creation. First they brought us the Pinnacle Whipped Vodka and now they give us the Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Vodka which is a staple in the chocolate cream pie martini. This Martini recipe is part 2 of a Hub pages mini series I am doing on the many varieties of chocolate martinis. Unlike the chocolate martini this version does not use Godiva or Cask And Cream chocolate temptation, it doesn’t even use cream de cacao so you can see a very different and unique taste. With that being said, enough of the boring stuff lets get ready to Party with the chocolate martinis cousin.

Try Some Of My Other Martinis & Spirits

                Cotton Candy Martini          Pineapple Upside Down Cake Martini   

                       Key Lime Pie Martini     Chocolate Martini       Jello Shots

Martini Ingredients:

To make the perfect Chocolate cream pie martini you will need a handful of ingredients starting with Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Vodka, next you will need some coconut rum any kind you can get your hands on will do but I prefer Coconut Jack or Cruzan. If you absolutely hate coconut leave me a comment below and I will tell you how to replace it. Next we will need some heavy cream or ½ & ½. Grab some ice, your martini shaker, martini glass and whatever you want to rim the glass with if anything.


Chocolate Cream Pie Martini Specifications:

  • 1-1/2 ounce Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Vodka
  • 1/2 ounce Coconut Rum, coconut Jack, Cruzan, Parrot Bay and Malibu all will work
  • 2 ounce ½ & ½, or heavy cream


Chocolate Martini Mixmaster:


Ok first rim your glass if desired with coco powder, chocolate syrup, even crushed chocolate, you can use a little simple syrup if needed to moisten the rim. Next add ice to your martini shaker, add your chocolate whipped vodka, coconut rum and milk or cream. This will make 1 drink but you can simply multiply it to make a whole cocktail shaker full. Now grab it firmly and shake like crazy and carefully pour into the martini glass. Next take 1 small sip and say ahhh, that’s delicious, you just created a chocolate cream pie martini and none of your friends have even heard of it before, you should feel special. Now these cocktails are extremely good and tasty but they can sneak up on you so always drink responsibly and never drink and drive. I hope you enjoyed the chocolate cream pie martini recipe please feel free to comment and let me know what you thought or if you have any suggestions. Ma halo.

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      leafway 5 years ago

      I tried this recipe and loved it

      For an extra pop I added about 1/2 oz of baileys chocolate coffee creamer. It gave a nice kick of chocolate flavor and color!

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      bob 5 years ago

      Yes, I don't like coconut; what else can I use?


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      Jessica 6 years ago

      I love all the 'tinis you have posted!

      Hope there will be more :)

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      Mike Fuller 6 years ago from Indiana

      It surprised me to, just a hint coconut

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      Lisa 6 years ago

      Love this one! The coconut with the chocolate surprised me.

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      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      NIce recipes, thanks for sharing them

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      natalie 6 years ago

      ur recipes for martini's amaze me! i am grateful to the hubpages for making it so easy to find u so i can learn more!