Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Jackson Morgan
Valentine’s Day, has always been one of my favorite holidays! I love it because it is the one day that you get to spoil your loved ones simply because you adore them.
I was so excited when I was given the opportunity to collaborated with Jackson Morgan on some fun Valentine’s Day recipes.
First, a little bit about Jackson Morgan.
Jackson Morgan is a southern cream liqueur made with Tennessee whisky. Best part is, they are based right here in Tennessee, about an hour and a half south of Nashville. Jackson Morgan currently has seven different flavors of sipping liqueur ranging from Banana Pudding Cream to Peppermint Mocha.
My favorite Jackson Morgan flavor has to be the Salted Caramel, which is why I am sharing with you my amazing recipe for salted caramel frosted brownies.
If you want to be the hostess with the mostess whether it be for your Galentine’s Day party or just a romantic night with your sweetheart you must try these incredibly delicious treats.
For the brownie, I used a box brownie mix, I like the Ghirardelli mix the best.
I made them per the instructions on the box and allowed them to cool. Once completely cooled I used a metal cookie cutter to cut out the heart shapes. Next came the frosting.
Jackson Morgan Buttercream Frosting Recipe
Makes about three cups
½ cup butter, softened
½ cup Crisco Vegetable Shortening
1 pound confectioners’ sugar
1 ½ tablespoons of Jackson Morgan, I used salted caramel
1 tablespoon of milk
1. Combine butter and Crisco in the mixing bowl, beat on medium until smooth.
2. Add half of the sugar and continue mixing, scraping the sides of the bowl as needed. Add the remaining sugar, milk, and Jackson Morgan. Beat until the frosting is fluffy.
These brownies are divine and go perfectly with a mug of spiked hot cocoa.
For my spiked hot cocoa, I used a regular packet of hot cocoa mix and heated it with milk. I poured in the Jackson Morgan Peppermint Mocha Liquor and topped it with sprinkles and marshmallows.
Super simple and so yummy, you know that’s what I’m all about.
This post was sponsored by Jackson Morgan