Home made 'Baileys' (Irish Cream)

Home made 'Baileys' (Irish Cream)
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • 400g tin of sweetened condensed milk
  • 250ml single cream (use a 'long life' cream not 'fresh' cream ..you'll find them on the shelves in supermarkets as they don't require refrigeration)
  • 250ml of whiskey (pref.Irish but not a must)
  • 1 tsp of instant coffee granules
  • 2 tbsp dark chocolate syrup/sauce
  • 2 level tsps of caramel flavoured 'coffee syrup' (used to flavour coffee)
  • 1 little packet of real Bourbon Vanilla Sugar
1. Sprinkle the vanilla sugar into the whiskey and allow it to dissolve before continuing.
2. Place all of the ingredients in a blender and blend using the pulse setting on your machine. Don't blend too much otherwise you'll end up with whipped cream. Don't worry if you think it looks too thin...it will thicken up slightly once its been in the fridge.
3. Pour the finished cream into a sterilized bottle, seal and store in the fridge. Shake before use. It will keep for up to four weeks (unopened) but the flavour will change over time and i prefer to use it within the first 1-2 weeks of making it.

Home made 'Baileys' (Irish Cream)

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This is easy peasy to make and just as good (if not better) than the shop bought version. You don't have to use an expensive whiskey either...just choose one that you like the flavour of. It's lovely served over ice or even poured over vanilla/chocolate icecream, pancakes or for flavouring cake bases. Makes a nice Xmas gift too :-)

Method


1. Sprinkle the vanilla sugar into the whiskey and allow it to dissolve before continuing.
2. Place all of the ingredients in a blender and blend using the pulse setting on your machine. Don't blend too much otherwise you'll end up with whipped cream. Don't worry if you think it looks too thin...it will thicken up slightly once its been in the fridge.
3. Pour the finished cream into a sterilized bottle, seal and store in the fridge. Shake before use. It will keep for up to four weeks (unopened) but the flavour will change over time and i prefer to use it within the first 1-2 weeks of making it.

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