Scooby Snack Shot – A Beautiful Mess


The Scooby Snack shot is a delicious shot made of coconut rum, banana liqueur, melon liqueur, pineapple juice, heavy cream and whipped cream. Known for its fun bright green color, this recipe is perfect to kick off a fun night.

Let’s take a little ride in the mystery machine van and enjoy some Scooby Snack shots together.

More drinks and shot recipes: Green Tea Shot, Chocolate Cake Shot, Basic Jello Shot, Oatmeal Cookie Shot, Blue Hawaiian, Cosmo.

Ingredients in a Scooby Snack Shot

  • Coconut Rum – I used Malibu.
  • Banana Liqueur – This adds so much flavor to the recipe!
  • Melon Liqueur – Such as Midori.
  • Pineapple Juice
  • Heavy Cream – This gives the shot a nice creamy flavor and pastel color.
  • Whipped Cream – Optional for garnish.
  • Garnish Ideas – Maraschino Cherry or Scooby Snack Cookie.

Directions

In a cocktail shaker (or mason jar), mix all liquid ingredients along with some ice.

Shake for 15 seconds.

Pour into a shot glass and garnish with whipped cream, a maraschino cherry or a Scooby Snack cookie. Serve immediately.

Tips for Making

  • I used a cherry to garnish my shot. A more quirky alternative are these Scooby Snack cookies which look exactly like dog treats (they are actually graham crackers).
  • You can use only banana liqueur or only melon liqueur to decrease your ingredients list.
  • This is not a good recipe to make in advance (the cream can separate from the other ingredients). It’s best served immediately after making.

How did the Scooby Snack Shot get its name?

Legend has it that the Scooby Snack shot got its name from a beloved (discontinued) fruit snack by the same name and the same bright green color. I’ve also read it was named after Shaggy’s green shirt or the Mystery Machine Van, which are bright green. The true origin will remain unsolvable, but people will continue to make this recipe, so cheers to the mystery!

Variations

  • Vegan Scooby Snack Shot – Omit the heavy cream and choose a vegan whipped cream option to create a dairy-free version of this shot.
  • Scooby Snack Martini – Double the recipe and serve in a martini glass for a full-size drink.
  • Blue Scooby Snack Shot – Swap Midori for Blue Curacao for a blue version of this fruity shot.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Scooby Snack shot made of?

This recipe includes coconut rum, banana liqueur, melon liqueur, pineapple juice and heavy cream.

What color is a Scooby Snack shot?

This recipe is light green with a creamy pastel hue.


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Yield 1 shot

Prep 5 minutes

Instructions

  • In a cocktail shaker (or mason jar), mix all liquid ingredients along with some ice.
  • Shake for 15 seconds.

  • Pour into a shot glass and garnish with whipped cream, a maraschino cherry or a Scooby Snack cookie. Serve immediately.

Notes

  • I used a cherry to garnish my shot. A more quirky alternative are these Scooby Snack cookies which look exactly like dog treats (they are actually graham crackers).
  • You can use only banana liqueur or only melon liqueur to decrease your ingredients list.
  • This is not a good recipe to make in advance (the cream can separate from the other ingredients). It’s best served immediately after making.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts

Scooby Snack Shot

Amount per Serving

% Daily Value*

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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