Coffee, Peanut Butter & Jelly Shot Recipe

July 08, 2022 1 min read

Recette de shooter au café, beurre d’arachides et confiture - Café Barista

There are days when you could just eat like a kid all day! It might so happen that on one of those days you also have to entertain some adults…so here’s a recipe for a shot by Roxane, from Station 22, that tastes like the beloved childhood snack, the PB&J! In it she includes our Barista Oat and Cold Brew Coffee liqueur for an unbeatable shot and a recipe that is adapted to be just a little bit lighter and easier to drink than just a simple blended sandwich!

pb&j shooter



  • 3 oz. Barista Oat and Cold Brew Coffee liqueur

  • 1 tsp peanut butter (or almond butter)

  • Ice

Fruit syrup (instead of jam)

  • 1 kg red fruit mixture

  • 100 mL maple syrup

pb&j shooter next to spoons



  1. Boil the maple syrup and fruit until it reaches the consistency of syrup.

  2. Filter to remove seeds.

(This syrup mix can be kept in the fridge for up to a week, or for a few weeks in the freezer)


  1. Put all the ingredients, including the syrup, in a shaker without the ice and shake for 10 to 15 seconds.

  2. Add the ice and shake for another 10 to 15 seconds.

  3. Strain into two shot glasses.


All that’s left is to enjoy this delicious drink, in moderation, with friends!

For more caffeinated recipes visit the recipe section of our blog. If you liked this drink and want to try more caffeinated drinks from Station 22, you’ll love their version of a lassi. Also, check out our spiked vegan milkshake!

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