Dip shot glass in frosting and then coat in sprinkles.
Pour in cake vodka and white chocolate liqueur. Top with sprinkles and whipped cream if desired.
Ingredient Notes and Shopping Tips
Cake Vodka: I prefer Pinnacle. Vanilla or whipped vodka will also work in a pinch.
White Chocolate Liqueur: I always grab Godiva.
Frosting: Use homemade or store-bought. I like to use frosting from my grocery store's bakery for the ultimate birthday cake experience.
Sprinkles: Use your favorite color, or mix up the sprinkles for different holidays too.
Tips and Tricks
Chill: Chill your ingredients and glasses to keep your cocktail ice cold.
Cocktail Version: Turn it into a cocktail instead of a shot by topping it off with heavy cream, half and half, or birthday cake coffee creamer. You can also serve it on the rocks for a martini-style cocktail.
Mix It Up: Dye your shots any color by using food coloring to match your party's colors.
Make-Ahead: Make up to 6 hours in advance. Store in the fridge and add whipped cream just before serving.