Drinks · Fall (Halloween & Thanksgiving)

Homemade "Bailey’s" Irish Cream

Did you know that you can make your own Bailey’s Irish Cream at home, and that all it takes is some ingredients you probably already have in your house, some Whiskey, and a blender?

Oh, and did you know that if you make your own, depending on the Whiskey you purchase, it costs about $8 per bottle, instead of $25?

And did you know that homemade Bailey’s is better tasting (in this blogger’s opinion) and has more of a kick (read: makes you feel good faster) than the stuff you buy at the store?

If I haven’t convinced you to try this yet, you must not be a Bailey’s fan.  But I will tell you, nothing says the holidays and cold weather and hot chocolate like Bailey’s Irish Cream.  You can put it into hot chocolate or coffee, or you can just drink it over ice.

And now I never have to buy it again.

Oh, and when you see the ingredients, you’ll understand why it’s so good.  So bad for you.  Yet so yummy.  Why are all the best things so terrible for you?  I think this would make a particularly lovely homemade Christmas gift.
Original Irish Cream
From AllRecipes Tried & True Thanksgiving & Christmas cookbook
1 cup of heavy cream
1 (14 oz) can of sweetened condensed milk
1 2/3 cups of Irish Whiskey
1 teaspoon instant coffee granules

2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 teaspoon almond extract

In a blender combine all of theingredients.  Blend on high for 30 seconds.  Store in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator. (I used an old liquer bottle)  Shake well before serving.  Enjoy!

5 thoughts on “Homemade "Bailey’s" Irish Cream

  1. Oh goodness, I must try this! I used to spike my coffee with Bailey's all the time, but I haven't been able to do so lately. I can't wait to have a shot at this. It can't possibly turn out bad!By the way, any idea on how long it'll keep for?Love your posts! 🙂

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