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The 'Drunken Peanut Butter Cup' Cocktail Is Made With Vodka-Infused Reese's Pieces

Just when we thought we knew all the ways to use Reese's Pieces, we've discovered yet another way — and it's boozy.

We can't resist these mini-sized pieces, especially when they're used to make a unique martini that we can't wait to try.

So, let's say cheers as we get ready to enjoy every single little morsel of this chocolate peanut buttery goodness combined with our favorite booze. Yes, it's true, there's a Drunken Peanut Butter Cup martini in this world and it's about to make its way to a glass near you.

We swear, it feels like Christmas has arrived early this year and we're getting exactly what we wanted and needed. Now, this is a reason to be pretty darn jolly.

Reese's is giving us a reason to brew up some fun.

The first step when it comes to making these delicious drinks is the most important. It's all about brewing up your own vodka-infused Reese's Pieces alcohol.

Luckily, this step is super easy. Grab a mason jar, or something else with a tight seal, toss in a half cup of Reese's Pieces and one cup of vodka, shake it up and then put it in the refrigerator overnight.

These drinks are pretty sweet.

After your Reese's Pieces-infused vodka is ready, you'll need chocolate liqueur, some peanut butter, crushed Reese's Pieces, chocolate syrup, and some Reese's peanut butter cups. This is starting to sound delicious, isn't it?

Some of these goodies are going in the drink, while others are going to be used for garnish.

You'll want to save your peanut butter, crushed Reese's Pieces, and peanut butter cups to rim your glass.

There are also a ton of delectable add-ons you could try, like Hersey kisses, caramel syrup, hot fudge, and peanut crumbs.

It just gets better and better when you mix it all together.

Next, grab your cocktail shaker and shake up your sweet, new vodka, milk, and chocolate liqueur until it's all blended.

Put your peanut butter on one plate, and have fun crushing those Reese's Pieces up into little bits on another surface.

Combine your peanut butter with your Reese's bits and then grab your glass and dip the rim into the concoction. Be sure to get a nice even coating around the glass for the optimal flavor — and pictures.

It's time to add these drinks to the menu.

To finish your drink, feel free to add as little or as much chocolate syrup to your masterpiece, and don't be afraid to garnish your beverage with a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup for maximum flavor. This is one dessert you'll definitely not want to pass up.

These sweet and boozy drinks may be a new holiday favorite for all of your loved ones.

If you decide to give this recipe a try, let us know how it turns out in the comments.

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