This large batch White Russian Recipe is inspired by my favorite scene from the Bad Moms Movie. This recipe requires no special equipment, almost no measuring, and a willingness to get silly with your mom friends.
Nope. This isn’t just a gallon of chocolate milk. This is the cocktail you are going to make for your mom friends for your next get-together.
If you’re looking for vodka recipes for your girl’s night in, this one will put a smile on your face, and maybe a lampshade on your head, and will definitely have you dancing on the table.
This large batch recipe is for a Bad Moms White Russian cocktail. It’s perfect for getting a little bad. And there’s nothing “badder” than drinking right out of the milk carton, amIright? Only bad moms would do that.
This couldn’t be easier to make. You’ll need to make a little room in the milk jug for the rest of the ingredients. Depending on your level of “Bad Momness” pour it out, save that extra milk in a mason jar for your kid’s cereal or just take a couple of swigs from the carton.
I’m obsessed with the Bad Moms movies. Have you seen them? This cocktail (and the movie) isn’t for everyone.
In fact, you know which mom friends would actually share this with you and which ones would sit this out. The ones that would share this with you are probably the same ones who held up your wedding dress so you could pee on your wedding day.
And have probably held your hair back for you at some point.
You know I love easy mixed drinks that require only a few ingredients. But I’m a total loser and forgot one of the most important parts of a White Russian recipe, the vodka. Duh. Shows you how much I drink them.
What is a Bad Moms White Russian?
One of my favorite scenes takes place in the grocery store and the ladies make a White Russian in the middle of the aisle. In a milk jug. And I was like, genius!
I’m certain you won’t be this messy when you make yours. Or maybe you will. I’m not judging.
Let’s just pretend this photo has vodka in it. Because otherwise, this is really just chocolate milk with a little Kahlua. Which isn’t bad. But vodka makes the good times roll.
How to Make a White Russian by the Pitcher
Make a little room in the gallon jug for the rest of the ingredients.
Add the Kahlua to the milk jug. Don’t measure. Bad Moms don’t measure. Do what feels right.
Add in the chocolate.
Add the vodka. Lots of vodka.
I know a traditional White Russian recipe doesn’t include chocolate syrup. But it should…Here is where you would also add in the vodka. Because this is a cocktail after all.
Shake the shit out of it. Bad Moms cuss a little.
Boom. A White Russian to share with all your mom friends. Or at least the fun ones…
You have to test it to make sure it’s good. It’s also a pretty good arm workout to drink it this way. But you’re a bad mom now. You don’t care about making time to work out.
Make whatever adjustments you need to. It should taste delicious and like you’re about to make some bad decisions.
Add some colorful straws so you can share it with your mom friends. Or just pass that jug around and get silly before.
You should probably just buy Bad Moms and watch it at home. And drink a few gallons of White Russian. Responsibly, of course.
This movie will make you laugh, cheer, hiss and hug all your mom friends. And don’t forget to watch the credits.
What’s even better than a White Russian recipe? A large batch White Russian recipe!! Make a batch this weekend and invite your friends over to watch Bad Moms (and Bad Moms Christmas). It’s the right thing to do.
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Large Batch White Russian Recipe
- Add it all to the milk jug and shake it up to mix.
- This recipe is really only approximate measurements.
- Ain’t no one got time to measure when you are making a gallon sized cocktail.
This post was originally published on July 25, 2016, and has now been updated with new images and edited for clarity.