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mini guinness chocolate floats

So, we’re two days out from St. Patrick’s Day and believe it or not, I still have two more Guinness-y recipes for you.

These Mini Guinness Chocolate Floats are the first one. Full disclosure, this is more of a method than a recipe. But, man, is it a tasty little method.

Last week, I explored the chocolate and Guinness combo with great success.

I figured chocolate brownie ice cream drowned in some Irish stout topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce would pretty much be a slam dunk.

And it was.

In fact, I used my leftover whiskey whipped cream and Guinness chocolate sauce to make these little floats extra special.

Extra boozy, at least.


Plus, I loved the idea of small little floats, perfect for a party that is packed with all sorts of other Irish fare. Speaking of Irish fare, my last Irish snack (yes, it includes Guinness) will be up tomorrow; just in time for the holiday.

Happy Friday!

Mini Guinness Chocolate Floats
makes six shooter sized floats
1 – 12oz bottle Guinness Extra Stout
3/4 cup of chocolate brownie ice cream (or your favorite chocolate flavor)
Whiskey Whipped Cream and Guinness Chocolate Sauce for serving

Place 2 tablespoons of ice cream in each of 6 small shooter glasses. Top each glass with 2 oz of Guinness Extra Stout and serve with whipped cream and chocolate sauce.


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26 comments on “mini guinness chocolate floats”

  1. These look so yummy and just the perfect treat for St. Patrick’s Day!

  2. These might possibly be the cutest things I’ve seen all month. Adorable! The fact that they sound delicious is just the icing on the cake…or the whipped cream on the float…you know what I mean!

  3. ADORABLE – and the perfect size so that you can have a second and still drive home later. YUM

  4. I could totally use one of these bad boys right now on a Sunday night at 11PM.

  5. OMGOODNESS these look great! A perfect combination! I would like to include the recipe in a St Patrick’s Day round up I am hosting, I will give full credit and links back to your site, of course! Have a blessed week

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  9. This looks perfect! I am looking for some easy drinks that I can make quickly, and this one is definitely HAPPENING SOON!

    • I’m glad you like the looks of them! I’ll be making them again this year for sure 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by!!

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