TOP
KENTICO CULTURE : en
  • EUR
  • Language
  • Login
  • My Shortlist (0)
  • My Cart (0)
 

12 Days of Christmas Recipes | Kingstown House Homemade Baileys Liquor Recipe

Kingstown House Bed and BreakfastWe're into the third day of our 12 Days Christmas Recipes and the recipes are just getting tastier by the day! Yesterday we had a wonderful Guinness Cake from Eileen in Limerick so we thought we would need something a little stronger to compliment that delicious stout cake. So we're keeping West and venturing to Kingstown House in the rural setting of Connemara in Galway to try Jim and Regina Hopkins' Homemade Baileys Liquor Recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 - 397grams/14 oz tin of Carnation's Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 250 ml of Single Cream
  • 250 ml of Irish Whiskey
  • 3 Tablespoons of Chocolate Syrup
  • 1 teaspoon of instant coffee granules
  • 1 table spoon of Vanilla Extract

Method

  1. Combine all ingredients into blender.

  2. Blend for approximately 30 seconds

  3. Place in clean sterilized bottle and store in refrigerator overnight (try to make before you need so it will cool and thicken  overnight, which seems to greatly improve to taste and consistency.)

We made for family and friends recently. The Baileys will keep in a refrigerator for a month, however we find it is best to completely use within 1-2 weeks. Other uses include: pouring over ice cream as a topping and putting in coffee (that would be at the end of the day.)

We'd like to thank Regina and Jim for taking the time to send us in this delicious Christmas recipe and wish you all a Merry Christmas! Make sure to check out Kingstown House Bed and Breakfast.

 

Posted: 10 Dec 2014 by Niall McKee | with 6 comments

Tags: B&B Hosts, Christmas, Recipe

Related posts


 

November B&B Guest Reviews

Reviews are such an important part of buying anything online, especially when it comes to accommodation. A review is honest feedback from a verified customer, allowing you to decide if their experience matches what you are looking for. Here is a snapshot of our November reviews showcasing the wonderful hospitality B&B hosts continually show to their guests.

 

Posted: 14 Nov 2019 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments


 

At West Coast House B&B you can taste Achill Island Smoked Salmon

When you stay at West Coast House on Achill Island in County Mayo, you will have the opportunity to taste the island’s delicacy of smoked salmon.  The salmon is reared in pristine waters off Clare Island/Achill and is prepared and oak smoked at Keem Bay Fish Products, which is just 0.4km from our bed and breakfast.

Posted: 07 Nov 2019 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments


 

Danabel Porridge Bread Recipe

I started making my Porridge Bread about a year ago. It was so popular with guests that I carried on making it. Now, I make it everyday and leave it on the breakfast table for my guests to help themselves. I am always complimented on how tasty it is. The wonderful thing about this recipe is that it is so easy to prepare, yet so delicious!

Posted: 31 Oct 2019 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Comments
Claire
Hi Cynthia, Can't wait either, perfect liquor for over Christmas! The jar contains Marshmallows and Coco powder...looks tasty!
17/12/2014 15:51:06
 
Cynthia Henry
I can't wait to try this recipe! What is in the Masons Jar in the second photo? It looks really good! :)
17/12/2014 15:33:36
 
Claire
Hi Penny
I hope you do and perhaps let us know how you get on :) We have another 6 recipes to post before Christmas!
15/12/2014 16:03:18
 
Penny
Love to try these recipes
12/12/2014 22:20:25
 
Claire
Hi Ka
You can enjoy Baileys in a wide variety of delicious non-alcoholic coffee creamers. Just Google it. Merry Christmas.
11/12/2014 15:22:52
 
ka
Any ideas on how to create an alcohol free baileys? used to be my fave christmas tipple but can t think of a way to recreate it??
11/12/2014 10:41:15
 
Leave comment Subscribe



 Security code

>>Return to Blog Homepage

B&B Ireland - Bronze Winner of the Littlewoods Ireland Blog Awards 2016

Categories

Search Blog Posts


RSS Feed

BBIreland Blog postsRSS