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Hi Bold Bakers!
Well, I just wouldn’t be a good Irish lady if this holiday season I didn’t show you how to make a Bailey’s Coffee Creamer. Bailey’s Irish Whisky flavored cream is something super nostalgic for me. This full flavored festive addition to your coffee will get you right in the mood for gift giving, holiday feasting, and celebrating.
What does Bailey’s taste like?
I can’t imagine never having tasted Bailey’s Irish Cream before, but if you’ve never had it, get ready to thank me! Bailey’s Irish Cream is a cream-based liqueur, made by Diageo at Nangor Road, in Dublin, Ireland. It’s rich and sweet and has that dark caramel kick on it’s own, so just imagine it when paired with a fresh cup of coffee.
How to Make Bailey’s Flavored Coffee Creamer
Making your own homemade Bailey’s coffee creamer at home really is just a matter of whisking a few things together. I often find it’s recipes like this for little tricks and toppings that take things from good to great!
Imagine serving your guest a cup of coffee or hot chocolate with a dash of this homemade coffee creamer — it’ll blow their minds! To make the Bailey’s creamer all you need to do is gently heat a can of condensed milk with milk or cream. From there, I stir in Bailey’s Irish Cream and that’s it. Talk about minimum effort maximum impact, this recipe for my Homemade Bailey’s Coffee Creamer is about to make you the star and the kitchen your stage!
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Homemade Bailey's Coffee Creamer
- 1 3/4 cups (14floz/395ml) milk, of your choice
- 1 can (14oz/395g) sweetened condensed milk
- 1/3 cup (2 ½floz/71ml)) Baileys Irish Cream
- In a medium saucepan, over medium low heat, whisk together the condensed milk and milk.
- Once heated through, remove from the heat and add in Bailey's.
- Cool then cover and store in an airtight container or jar in the fridge for 6-7 days.