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This recipe was given to me in 1991 by a friend and former co-worker here in Houston, Texas. I have tried it many times and think it is wonderful, even better the second day! BAILEY'S IRISH CREAM equivalent of 2 eggs (PLEASE use pasteurized egg-substitute. Pasteurization destroys most harmful microorganisms.) 1 can Eagle Brand Condensed Milk 1-1/2 cups Jameson's Irish Whiskey (or a rye or brandy) 1 cup Half & Half (or "coffee rich") 1-1/2 tablespoon Hershey's chocolate syrup 1 teaspoon instant coffee In blender, combine all ingredients well. Store in refrigerator but not too long! Cheers! :-)

Bailey's Irish Cream


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(posted January 21, 1997)

This recipe was given to me in 1991 by a friend and former co-worker here in Houston,
Texas. I have tried it many times and think it is wonderful, even better the second day!

BAILEY'S IRISH
CREAM

equivalent of 2
eggs (PLEASE use pasteurized egg-substitute. Pasteurization destroys most harmful microorganisms.)
1 can Eagle Brand
Condensed
Milk
1-1/2 cups Jameson's
Irish Whiskey (or a rye or
brandy)
1 cup Half & Half (or "
coffee rich")
1-1/2 tablespoon Hershey's
chocolate syrup
1 teaspoon instant
coffee

In
blender, combine all ingredients well. Store in refrigerator but not too long!

Cheers! :-)


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from Morristown, NJ, United States wrote:1  0

This is close, but too strong. I like it better with an additional 1/2 cup of half and half.
4 starsNovember 27, 2007


from yorks, United Kingdom wrote:2  1

re the butterscotch, I added a double butterscotch scnapps and a double tia maria, left the eggs out and used evap milk (as well as the cons milk) and put in a teaspoon of vanilla escence - beautiful!
4 starsDecember 25, 2006


from Talent, Or, United States wrote:17  5

Really excellent. Does anyone know how long it keeps?
5 starsNovember 5, 2004


from Dover, DE, United States wrote:8  5

This is the closest to the original that I have found. Yummy.
4 starsDecember 31, 2003


from Winnipeg, Canada wrote:6  4

Pretty darn good! Thanks a bunch.
5 starsNovember 29, 2003


from Port Macquarie, N.S.W., Australia wrote:7  5

bloody lovely drink
5 starsAugust 10, 2003


from Mumbai, India wrote:4  4

Amazing !!!!
4 starsMarch 20, 2003


from Chillicothe, IL, United States wrote:5  3

I've seen this recipe before... in a cookbook which recreates famous recipes: Bailey's, Hooter's wings, etc.... And it's very good!. But it seems to me that there's also a slight hint of butterscotch in the original which I've never seen anybody mention.
3 starsFebruary 18, 2003


from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada wrote:8  5

This recipe was absoultly amazing. Thank You!
5 starsDecember 19, 2002


from Toronto, Canada wrote:5  3

I had a similar recipe which I unfortunately lost. The recipe didn't call for instant coffee but used another ingredient, Coco Lopez or coconut syrup, but I've forgotten the exact amount
4 starsOctober 25, 2002


 
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