Pecan Pie Martini Shots

These sweet, creamy Pecan Pie Martini Shots will have you warming up the holiday parties in no time. Reminiscent of rich southern pecan pie, this winter cocktail sipper mixes Rum Chata, Crème de Cacao and Whipped Vodka then finishes with a yummy rim of caramel, chopped pecans and a topping of whipped cream. 

Closeup of 2 martini shots on white table with Christmas trees in background.

Pecan Pie Shots

Aren’t these just the most delicious looking shots!? Since making my home in Georgia a few months ago, I’ve been trying to adopt all the wonderful foods and customs associated with this lovely southern state. So, in honor of an old Southern favorite, pecan pie, and a way to warm up this Florida girl, I had to whip up this delightfully warming Pecan Pie Martini Shot.

Overhead shot of martini shot with rim coated in caramel and chopped nuts and a swirl of whipped cream.

It’s super easy to make and can be made by the pitcher for holiday get-togethers. I like to serve it as the guests arrive to get the party started.

How to Make Pecan Pie Martini Shots

Gathering ingredients - rum chata, creme de cacao and vodka.

  1. Gather all ingredients.

Steps to make Pecan Pie Martini shots.

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with crushed ice. Pour in Rum Chata. 
  2. Add crème de cacao.
  3. Finish with vodka.
  4. Shake well and divide between caramel and chopped pecan rimmed shot glasses.

Pecan Pie Shots among the Christmas trees and scattered pecans.

This cocktail might look pretty and innocent but it’s got a real kick! That’s why I like to serve this delicious martini in a shot glass as a little goes a long way. It’s the perfect cocktail to sip on a cold winter’s night by the fireside or as a show stopping warmer-upper for your holiday parties. Here’s to a Merry Christmas!

Change Up Your Pecan Pie Vodka Martini

  • Substitute bourbon for vodka.
  • Use Pecan Pie Vodka in place of whipped vodka
  • Make it even simpler by just using Pecan Pie Vodka and half and half.

More Easy and Delicious Holiday Cocktails

White Christmas Margarita from 2CM

Peppermint White Russian from Julie Blanner

Cranberry Mimosas from 2CM

Eggnog Martini from 2CM

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Pecan Pie Martini Shot
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
 

These sweet, creamy Pecan Pie Martini Shots are the perfect addition to your holiday party. Real showstoppers with rims of caramel, pecans & whipped cream. 

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keywords: Pecan Pie Martini, Pecan Pie Shot, Pecan Pie Vodka Martini, Rumchata Pecan Pie Martini
Servings: 2 shots
Calories: 225 kcal
Author: Linda Warren
Ingredients
  • 2 oz Rum Chata
  • 2 oz Crème de Cacao or Ghiradelli Chocolate
  • 1 oz vodka I used Pinnacle Whipped Vodka
  • Garnish: Caramel syrup chopped pecans, whipped cream, cinnamon
Directions
  1. Prepare shot glasses by dipping rims in caramel then in chopped pecans.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with crushed ice.
  3. Pour in Rum Chata, crème de cacao and vodka.
  4. Shake well.
  5. Divide between 2 shot glasses.
  6. Garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Nutrition Facts
Pecan Pie Martini Shot
Amount Per Serving
Calories 225 Calories from Fat 27
% Daily Value*
Fat 3g5%
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Cholesterol 7mg2%
Sodium 17mg1%
Carbohydrates 26g9%
Sugar 15g17%
Protein 1g2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
These sweet, creamy Pecan Pie Martini Shots will have you warming up the holiday parties in no time. Reminiscent of rich southern pecan pie, this winter cocktail sipper mixes Rum Chata, Crème de Cacao and Whipped Vodka then finishes with a yummy rim of caramel, chopped pecans and a topping of whipped cream. #cocktail #martini #shot #pecanpie #christmas #runchata #vodka #boozy #recipe #easy

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