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Dessert Shooters - The new mini-dessert craze!

Updated on September 17, 2014

Dessert Shooters - when just a small taste of something good is enough - Perfect for Valentine's day!

I first ran across Dessert Shooters when I was trying to come up with smaller desserts for my 95 year old Mom's sweet tooth. A full size dessert was just too much; she wanted just a taste of something sweet following a meal.

And then I saw them - those mini-desserts you see on most restaurant menus these days are usually served in small glasses, some as small as 2 oz shot glasses up to a 5 oz juice glass.

A properly constructed dessert shooter will give you and your guests just enough taste of something delicious to top off any filling meal. Serve more than one on a pretty silver tray and gather in the "Wows" from your dinner guests! Click this link to see some great dessert shooter supplies to serve up your own delicious mini desserts.

Absolutely any of your favorite desserts may be adapted to dessert shooters - get creative and mix and match ingredients and create your own dessert shooter masterpieces. Even better - set out various dessert items and let your guests create their very own individual dessert shooters. And, shh....don't tell anyone I gave you the idea. Take full credit yourself!

Delicious dessert shooters can be adapted for about any holiday. Just select an ingredient or color that is indicative of the holiday and use your imagination. How about a red, white and true blue dessert shooter for the 4th of July? Add some red jello to the bottom of your shot glass, layer in some whipped cream, and top with blue berries. Add a sparkler on top and serve a tray to your adoring picnic guests.

You'll find plenty of ideas and supplies in this dessert shooter article, including 4 delectable ideas:

Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters, Coconut Dream Dessert Shooters, S'mores Dessert Shooters and 4th of July Dessert Shooters.

Photo credit: All pictures which are not products on Amazon.com are my own creations.

A great miniature dessert set with spoons

I love serving mini desserts.

These demure desserts are definitely in style these days for many reasons. And, my favorite reason, of course, is that I get to eat more than one with little guilt!

This Libby dessert set has everything you need to serve up a platter of delicious dessert shooters, including the spoons. The only thing this dessert shooter glass set is missing is the dessert ingredients!

Get the whole dessert shooter set at once

Libby dessert shooter sets

These Libbey dessert shooter sets comes complete with glasses and long handled spoons so you can get every single lick from the bottom of the glass. I love the shape of the glasses too - they're adorable filled with the key lime pie shooter and served on a pretty tray.

2-OZ Mini Kova Dessert Tumbler Cup - Elegant Square White Plastic Cups: Perfect for Serving Desserts and Snack Samples - Disposable and Eco-Friendly – 100-CT
2-OZ Mini Kova Dessert Tumbler Cup - Elegant Square White Plastic Cups: Perfect for Serving Desserts and Snack Samples - Disposable and Eco-Friendly – 100-CT

You'll get 100 disposable dessert cups in this Restaurantware Mini Kova set. That should be plenty of servings for quite a few dinner guest.

This set would be especially nice for larger gatherings such as picnics, wedding showers or even wedding dessert tables themself.

 

Dessert shooters make a beautiful display in these dessert servers

One of the fun things about serving dessert shooters is finding pretty dessert servers to place them upon.

I love the tiered dessert stands. I usually load it up with all different types of dessert shooters including:

Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters

Fruity Dessert Shooters

S'more Dessert Shooters - My personal favorite

Tiramisu Dessert Shooters

or any kind of Chocolate Dessert Shooters

Think about creating 3 or 4 different types of mini desserts and arranging them artfully on one of these dessert stands. Your table will shine!

Here's another take on a fun way to serve delicious dessert shooters - Desserts in Jars: 50 Sweet Treats That Shhine. This beautifully illustrated cookbook offers some unique recipes and presentations for these dessert shooters. You'll find recipes that combine peaches and raspberriess with a delicious lemon cream, and cardamom with fresh pears. This book can be your entryway into creating your very own dessert shooters

A satisfied dessert shooter customer - my darling 95 year old Mom, Gertie - 1 month after hip surgery!

A satisfied dessert shooter customer - my darling 95 year old Mom, Gertie - 1 month after hip surgery!
A satisfied dessert shooter customer - my darling 95 year old Mom, Gertie - 1 month after hip surgery!
If you can't make it to Key West, a taste of the island is in this glass
If you can't make it to Key West, a taste of the island is in this glass

Bonus dessert shooter recipe - Key Lime Pie in a glass

If you love tart desserts, a good key lime pie can't be beat unless, of course, you make a key lime pie shooter and have just a taste. Your full stomach will thank you, as will your hips in the morning. The below recipe may be adapted to your individual tastes; this is just how I make a delightful key lime pie dessert shooter.

Note: this key lime pie dessert shooter is the easy way to make this delicious dessert. You can go to the trouble of making your own key lime pie filling with key limes, egg yolks and condensed milk but, for ease, just follow this recipe.

Additional note: the below recipe is the *easy* way to make a Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooter. I've actually created another squidoo lens: Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters which has my actual recipe for the key lime pie layer. It's truly delicious and customizable in that you can make the Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooter as sweet or as tart as you like.

Make these delectable treats as tart you like by adding a bit of extra key lime juice to the pudding.

If you prefer to make your own Key Lime pie filling (as I do), click HERE to go to another more involved Squidoo lens about Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters.

Ingredients

  • 1 package key lime pudding prepared and chilled
  • 1/2 cup graham crackers
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
  • Fresh whipped cream
  • 1 key lime
  • 4 shooter glasses
  • 1 tsp Nellie's Key Lime Juice (optional)

Instructions

  1. 1. Mix the graham crackers, sugar and butter just until moist.
  2. 2. Layer the graham cracker mixture in the bottom of the dessert shooter glasses. For a pretty presentation, press into the bottoms and up the sides of the dessert shooter glass just a bit. Sprinkle on just a bit of the Nellie's Key Lime Juice for added tartness.
  3. 3. Add in 3 tbsp of the prepared key lime pudding
  4. 4. Add in a bit of whipped cream.
  5. 5. Repeat layers with more graham cracker mixture, Nellie's Key Lime Juice, key lime pudding, and whipped cream.
  6. 6. Top with a sprinkling of graham crackers and garnish with key lime peel and a splash more of key lime juice.
  7. Note: if you like a tarter filing, squeeze 1/4 of the key lime juice right into the pudding mix. Taste and add more key lime juice if you want it tarter still.
5 stars from 1 rating of Quick and Easy Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters

Get a quick start to the world of dessert shooters with this dessert shooter cube glass set

The first key to making the best looking and tastiest dessert shooter is to have the right dessert shooter glass. Since these mini desserts are, well, small, you want to make sure they're not too small. A glass which is two to five ounces is just about right.

Come read more in my latest dessert shooter article: Dessert Shooter Glasses.

2oz. Small Wonders Clear Plastic Mini Cube Square Shot Glasses 10ct
2oz. Small Wonders Clear Plastic Mini Cube Square Shot Glasses 10ct

I love the shape of these dessert shooter 2 ounce glasses - it's not often that square is "in". These beautiful dessert shooter glasses are 2 ounces and that's it - perfect! They're classy and elegant at the same time and would be perfect for that Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooter you just mixed up!

 

Bonus #2: Coconut dream dessert shooter

I just came up with this wonderfully light dessert shooter the other night. And, it's so simple to make, you can whip one up in about 3 minutes.

Crumble a coconut macaroon and add a layer to the bottom of the dessert shooter glass. Top with a scoop of any flavor ice cream (I had Rocky Road - the marshmallows made it even tastier). Drizzle with chocolate sauce. Add another layer of each ingredient and top your dessert shooter with toasted coconut and a few chopped peanuts.

Note: a small blow torch is a very quick way to toast coconut. No need to heat up the whole kitchen for a bit of toasted coconut.

Yum!

A challenging position when making dessert shooters

Aka: how the heck do I get THAT into a skinny glass?

Since presentation is 9/10ths of the beauty of serving dessert shooters, you might want straight lines between your layers. But, how the heck do you do that when working with a teeny weeny 2 or 3 ounce shot glass? Well, for one thing, realize that straight lines shouldn't drive you crazy. So what if they're off? The dessert shooter will still be a beautiful presentation and taste good. But, if you have OCD you might want to invest in a good funnel to layer in liquid ingredients.. Another good purchase is asmall ladle to help construct your dessert masterpiece.

Well, if it's cake you're layering, cut the cake into very small cubes and pack them down into the dessert shooter glass with any flat ended item. A very small pestle (like used for muddling mint leaves) will work well for this purpose.

For layering liquid ingredients, try a plastic bottle like the kind used for ketchup and mustard in restaurants. You can also use a pasty bag with a smaller tip to reach into the bottom of the shot glasses. For liquid items on top layers, if you don't have a pastry bag, use a plastic bag and just cut off the corner.

If you're layering fruit, use the demitasse spoon or any thinner teaspoon to get into the far reaches of the dessert shooter glass. Cut fruit into very small pieces before attempting to smoosh a whole mandarine orange slice attractively into the bottom of a shot glass. Fruit cocktail works well in dessert shooters as it's already cut into small pieces.

My Halloween dessert shooter recipe - I scared up something special!

Dessert shooters supplies are easy to order from Amazon

Here's some more decent dessert shooter glasses on Amazon.com. Plastic dessert shooter glasses are a particular help for larger parties - no clean up!

Disposable Plastic Straight Wall Shooter Cups - 5 oz: Pack of 12 Cups
Disposable Plastic Straight Wall Shooter Cups - 5 oz: Pack of 12 Cups

These 5 ounce dessert shooter glasses are great for lighter dessert shooters, like those made with gelatin.

 
Rosseto Liteware Party Dishes Clear Twist Style Cups, Set of 20
Rosseto Liteware Party Dishes Clear Twist Style Cups, Set of 20

One of my favorite plastic dessert shooter glasses - I love the shape.

 

Dessert shooter glasses with lids!

I love the look of these 4 ounce dessert shooter glasses, and, especially love the little bitty lid!

More pretty mini dessert serving dishes

I have my own collection of dessert shooter glasses going and some of the below are on my wish list. Your little desserts will be elevated to a new status when layered in these beautiful mini dessert glasses.

Petite 2oz Mini Martini Glasses 24 Per Pack
Petite 2oz Mini Martini Glasses 24 Per Pack

I'll bet these mini martini glasses would make a great dessert shooter....or a great mini martini.

 
2oz. Small Wonders Clear Plastic Mini Cube Square Shot Glasses 10ct
2oz. Small Wonders Clear Plastic Mini Cube Square Shot Glasses 10ct

Just 2 ounces in size, fill these mini dessert glasses with a rich dessert shooter - something with dark chocolate and red velvet cake comes to mind.

 

Mini desserts on Good Morning America!

I saw an expose on the new mini dessert craze documented on Good Morning America (GMA). The show focused more on saving calories as mini desserts are at least 1/2 the calories of full size desserts. For example, the New York Style Cheesecake, full serving at 6 ounces, packs in a whopping 450 calories! The Mini Cheesecake, on the other hand, is still indulgent and is 210 calories. That's quite a caloric savings - not to mention that the mini desserts are a fraction of the price of the full size desserts at various restaurants.

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Restaurant chains which serve dessert shooters

Dessert shooters are a lot of fun to create but, if you're heading out and hoping to have just a taste of something sweet following dinner, head to one of these chain restaurants. You're sure to find one (or six) dessert shooters that are just ripe for the tasting.

  1. Chili's. Called "sweet shots", Chili's offers dessert shooters in the following flavors: Seven layers of chocolate, Strawberry wave cheesecake, and Dutch apple caramel cheesecake.

    Here's Chili's webpage documenting their dessert shooters: Chili's dessert shooters.

  2. TGIF. "Mini dessert shots" at Friday's include Rocky Road, Chocolate Raspberry, Peanut Butter Cup, Chocolate Chip Mint and Orange Cream.

    Click here for TGIF desserts.

  3. Applebee's. Dessert shooters at Applebee's include Strawberry Cheesecake, Chocolate Mousse, and Hot Fudge Sundae Dessert Shooters.

    Check out these beautiful Dessert shooters from Applebee's.

  4. P.F. Changs. PF Changs mini desserts are Great Wall of China, Tiramisu, Tres Leche Lemon Dream Mini, Carrot Cake Mini, Apple Pie Mini, Red Velvet Cake Mini, and Creamy Cheesecake.

    Scroll to the bottom of this link for more information: PF Changs mini dessert shooters.

  5. Outback Steak House. After a filling steak dinner, you might like the dessert shooters served as part of the Sweet Adventure Sample Trio: Chocolate Thunder from Down Under® with pecan brownie, Carrot Cake with coconut and pecans and Classic Cheesecake.

  6. Olive Garden. I was surprised to find Olive Garden on the list of chain restaurants which have dessert shooters as they're pretty much the leader in overeating! The "endless pasta bowl" is just a bad thing all the way around, if you ask me. They did wise up though by offering a good selection of choices of dessert shooters - order any 3 for $6.75 or they're $2.50 apiece.

    Check out these delicious dessert shooters flavors at Olive Garden by clicking this link and scrolling to the very bottom: Olive Garden's Dolcini dessert shooter menu.

Which dessert shooters are your favorites? Which would you love to make if you only knew how?

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      poetryman6969 2 years ago

      Might have to try it in a restaurant first but I am game.

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      Royal-Lensmaster 3 years ago

      Shoot that dessert. What a great idea :)

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      richardrose 3 years ago

      I love these dessert shooters. But they will make me very fat as I will become addicted lol

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      Meganhere 3 years ago

      What a great idea! Nice lens.

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      mariacarbonara 4 years ago

      oh my gosh, these look so delicious. Im gonna try these very soon!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      dELICIOUS DEssert shooters, and ur lens seems yummy. cheers

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      geosum 4 years ago

      Great lens. Marian & I generally share a dessert - ask for two spoons. We'll make use of some of your recipes.

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      FastSecrets 4 years ago

      Awesome! Its truly awesome pictures and contents,

      I have got much clear idea regarding from this lens.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have seen dessert shooters showing up at french bakeries and truly enjoy eating these desserts. I like to sample different flavors and ingredients.

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      rockingretro2 4 years ago

      Great ideas! We have to watch our calories and these small bites will keep up from feeling deprived and still not put us over the calorie count. Thanks.

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      TedWritesStuff 4 years ago

      There isn't a dessert I wouldn't eat! Maybe a little to lazy to make them all though..;-)

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      Freestuffer LM 4 years ago

      Nice lens!

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      Freestuffer LM 4 years ago

      Nice lens!

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      Moe Wood 4 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      Have not had any but seems like a wonderful idea to me.

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      Rose Jones 4 years ago

      This is a great idea. It is hard to give up on sugar - the dessert shooters make it possible to indulge without really being BAD. Great lens - congrats on the Purple Star. Pinned and blessed.

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      mistaben 4 years ago

      Many thanks for the great dessert recipe idea.

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      Magietha du Plessis 4 years ago from South Africa

      I love these shooter desserts. What I like about them is that you can do anything you can imagine. I can see how you can make a lovely christmas one with the christmas colors

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      Tom 4 years ago

      Those look so good. Never had one, but would love to try them.

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      Cynthia Davis 4 years ago from Pittsburgh

      These dessert shooters can liven up any party. I like the small portions, too.

      Angel Blessings**

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      BradKamer 4 years ago

      Great lesson on creating artistic and fun desserts while accomplishing the goal of portion control. Great job on lens.

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      @JoshK47: Thanks so much for your angel blessing!

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      @JoshK47: Thanks so much for your angel blessing!

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      @Teapixie LM: Thanks so much for the kind comment!

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      @OptimalExercise: Your comment made me laugh out loud! I used to eat THREE mini dessert shooters but have kept it to a dull roar these days with just one.

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      @OptimalExercise: Your comment made me laugh out loud! I used to eat THREE mini dessert shooters but have kept it to a dull roar these days with just one.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This sounds delicious!

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      AshleyCarew1 4 years ago

      These look absolutely scrumptious!

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      OptimalExercise 4 years ago

      I try to stay away from food like this, I should probably try a bit harder I have to admit. I've seen these little things around before and always thought "they're so small....I'd want two". I'm still of that opinion :P

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      Tea Pixie 4 years ago

      I love your recipes. I love the transformation of the shooter glasses. This is perfect for parties!

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      sailor_man 4 years ago

      Very usefull!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Coconut dessert shooter is a really great idea. thank you for sharing.

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      JoshK47 4 years ago

      Popping back in to bless these tiny, tasty treats!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      thanks for sharing

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      BestForTheMoneyz 4 years ago

      awesome lens great stuff

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      Sojourn 4 years ago

      I was just watching a reality show where someone served these at a party and they were so pretty. She had some sort of lemon desert in a little round glass and it just seemed like such an elegant final touch to the meal. That's what I'd serve! Great ideas on this lens. I was blown away (and left drooling).

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      RationalHedonist 4 years ago

      I love the idea of rich decadent desserts without sabotaging my waistline. Usually I'm full after the meal, but these shooters are just the right size to indulge a few spoonfuls. Definitely going to try them!

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      TwistedWiseman 4 years ago

      I WANT TO TRY ALL OF THIS!

      looks and sounds Yummy!

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      sheriangell 4 years ago

      I've got my eye on the Key Lime Dessert Shooter, my taste buds are beginning to call to me...... a delicious Angel blessing for this yummy lens.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Nice to visit here again, and I'm glad I had a dessert today and am satisfied. Otherwise, I'd be having a craving about now for some. :)

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      montanatravel52 5 years ago

      I've had dessert shooters before, but not like these! Wow, great display and fun ideas - I can't wait to try the S'mores one, how creative:)

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      fathomblueEG 5 years ago

      I love all desserts. It's just ingenious putting it in little glasses. So you can entertain your guests in style like at those fancy restaurants and still watch your weight because of the dessert being in a little glass instead of a giant cereal bowl. You've made a perfect lens and by the way, you're Mom looks so young are you sure she's even close to 95?

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      Camden1 5 years ago

      I love this trend - it's a great way to enjoy dessert without packing on too many calories (assuming I can resist the tempation to eat more than 1)!

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      HouseBuyersOfAmerica 5 years ago

      I just love desserts...thanks for this yummy post...!!

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      CristianStan 5 years ago

      Hahahah, dessert shooters. What an amazing idea. Perfect portions and you can make some pretty cool ideas. Thanks for the lens!

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      LadyKeesh 5 years ago

      I was just served one at Culvers. You make me want another one. This lens looks delicious. Time for a Squidoo break, I need a shooter. I like anything strawberry and bananas with caramel.

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      Melissa Miotke 5 years ago from Arizona

      I love dessert but usually don't have room. These shooters are the perfect solution!

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      TamarWrites 5 years ago

      I love these tiny desserts. They are just the right sized sweet and there is no guilt involved!

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      Elsie Hagley 5 years ago from New Zealand

      I love dessert, these are for me. Thanks for sharing. Blessed.

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      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      I'm a dessert lover and these sound delicious and fun too! ~~~Blessed~~

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      anooptu 5 years ago

      Yummy !

      have tendency to ......................................

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      peggygallyot 5 years ago

      i actually like all of them. i just love desserts

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      belinda342 5 years ago

      Tiny desserts sound like just the ticket for us (sometimes) overeaters! I wish more restaurants offered them!

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      Onemargaret LM 5 years ago

      Wow! You have the scoop on everything! I must try these dessert shooters!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      IT looks delicious! Well done

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      IT looks delicious! Well done

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Dessert shooters are perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth when you've just had a big meal and don't really have room for anything else. I'm in a red velvet cake phase right now and would love to have a recipe for for a red velvet dessert shooter.

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      Kay 5 years ago

      I've had these when dining out but never considered making them. I think you have some terrific ideas here!

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      miaponzo 5 years ago

      I love a tiramisu or cheesecake shooter.. but a nice chocolate mousse wouldn't hurt either :) Blessed!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Yummy, this made me hungry

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      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      Everything looks so good. Blessed!

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      hippiechicjewelz 5 years ago

      DELICIOUS lens! I am going to try the key lime shooter (well, maybe not just one shooter, probably like two or three, I love key lime!)

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      TaylorLautnerWorkoutFan 5 years ago

      Wow - they all look good. :)

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      Elyn MacInnis 5 years ago from Shanghai, China

      It is such a relief to have small portioned desserts. All those years of monster pieces that four people could split and cost a fortune... I am grateful for people who think "small." Thank you!

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      ViJuvenate 5 years ago

      Every time I see this page, I think it says "desert shooters". LOL But I do love these!

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      Paula Morgan 5 years ago from Sydney Australia

      Brilliant idea - I love desserts but always try to eat small portions. I am going to have to try some of these

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      AustriaChick 5 years ago

      Love the idea, I had never heard of them before. Certainly a better choice than a full portion of anything and still gives you a tasty!

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      AustriaChick 5 years ago

      Love the idea, I had never heard of them before. Certainly a better choice than a full portion of anything and still gives you a tasty!

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      tyrosine 5 years ago

      they all look so yummy and elegant!!

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Back for a virtual dessert shooter! Yum. Pinned it too!

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      thewebartists 5 years ago

      well i am doing Squidoo from a time and i am getting some improvement, I feel i am learning a lot by your lens, at least i can say i never seen such the fabulous post. thanks for sharing.

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      AJ 5 years ago from Australia

      I have a favourite French / Japanese fusion restaurant which does it's main courses in shooter form, but I haven't had dessert shooters - a fantastic idea - thank you so much for inspiring my next dinner party!

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      Michey LM 5 years ago

      Just Great! Thanks I'll try a couple... LOL

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Sounds yummy!

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      gnomee 5 years ago

      Nice reading of this "sugar" lens :) I like desserts and you give me some great ideas :)

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      pyngthyngs 5 years ago

      That smores looks delicious.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This is such a yummy lens on dessert shooters, stopped by with some angel dust. :)

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      TTMall 5 years ago

      This is a great lens, it's very informative! Thank you for sharing, I learned something new here.

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      myamya 5 years ago

      Very nice lens! thumbs up!

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Yum, had to come back for seconds. Those chocolate cups looks so enticing!

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      entertainmentev 5 years ago

      I love these dessert shooters. I'm absolutely going to make the Key Lime Pie Dessert Shooters for my summer parties. Love it!

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      Chocolatealchemy 5 years ago from London, United Kingdom

      What a fabulous Lens you've created and given me food for thought! Thanks for sharing your recipes too. My dessert shooter will have be chocolate based as I love, love cacao!

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      RomanticMe 5 years ago

      I've never head the pleasure of trying one but chocolate is my game!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Making one of these would definitely impress a date. I'm going to have to try it. They look absolutely cool. I had no idea there was even such a thing as dessert shooters.

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      MelonyVaughan 5 years ago

      Me too! I'm just scared I'll want to try every one of them...lol

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i like to try some............

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      KimGiancaterino 5 years ago

      I have more than 200 shotglasses, so this is perfect for me!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great!

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      jimmyworldstar 5 years ago

      I haven't heard of many restaurants doing these but they're a great way to eat a dessert without all the mess of using your hands. You can also exercise portion control with them too!

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      nikyweber 5 years ago

      another great lens from you!

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      Morgannafay 5 years ago

      I've never heard of dessert shooters before reading this! What a killer idea. Yeah, I don't get out to eat, or out much LOL. I want to try them all. <3

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      antoniow 5 years ago

      Great lens! thumbs up

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      Alohagems 5 years ago

      Congratulations for making this lens. I have 10 desserts to try on.

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      Alohagems 5 years ago

      Congratulations for making this lens. I have 10 desserts to try on.

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      VillaDejaBlue 5 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      Frugal Bride 5 years ago

      These would just tease me and make me crave more.

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      katiecolette 5 years ago

      Love your idea for the 4th of July dessert shooters :)

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      bharat01 5 years ago

      Wow...., Delicious items here...., and my mouth is watering too......, Lovely lens........:)

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      Lenskeeper 5 years ago

      These look delicious. I'll have to try these for one of my groups that meets once a month!

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      misterjake 5 years ago

      Nice lens friend, very well done. If you don't mind please do check out my lens. Thanks.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Beautiful! Love the presentation.