Baileys and Coffee Drink Recipe

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Baileys is the single most decadent liqueur on earth — it’s creamy, caramelly and tastes like coffee, vanilla and chocolate. If you’re not in love with Baileys, it’s because you haven’t tried it yet.

The Irish cream is more versatile than you think; it can give lots of personality to other drinks, including cocktails and coffee drinks. Today we’re using the creamy liqueur to flavor an iced coffee, and the result is a true delight!

Did you know the first Baileys was created using a kitchen blender in 1973? The creators got the name from a popular restaurant in London, the Bailey’s Bistro.

Well, god bless these inventive drink creators because fifty years later, Baileys is as popular as ever. Here’s what you need to know about the drink we’re putting together today.

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What you'll need

For this recipe, we’re starting with a nice, intense shot of espresso. This is coffee, after all. Baileys will add sweetness and new layers of flavor and creaminess. 

A splash of chocolate syrup helps with the sweetness too, and the milk will be the ingredient that brings it all home. 

We only need to blend these ingredients and pour them over ice for a frothy, creamy, boozy and delicious drink that’s perfect for hot summer days.

Fun Variations

Let’s start with the obvious substitutions. Today there’s more than one type of Baileys; I’ve even seen Red Velvet Baileys out there, so every kind of Baileys will create an entirely different drink.
You can also customize your drink with caramel sauce if you don’t feel like getting more than one bottle of Baileys.

There’s more good news: if you look hard enough, now you’ll find a vegan Baileys, the Baileys Almande, and it has no dairy. Now substitute the milk in this recipe for almond milk, and you can enjoy this drink guilt-free!

Make sure you drizzle your glass with the chocolate syrup, create a fun design and give your Baileys and coffee drink a restaurant-quality feel. The whipped cream on top helps too!

How to Make It

  • Prep Time15 min
  • Total Time15 min
  • Serving Size2
  • Energy349 cal

Ingredients

Directions

1

Brew your espresso and let it cool at room temperature or in an ice bath.

2

In a blender, add the ice, milk, espresso and chocolate syrup. Blend until icy and smooth.

3

Drizzle the inner walls of two glasses with chocolate syrup and pour in the blended drink.

4

Top with whipped cream and dust with cocoa powder.

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size2
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories349
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat13.9 g78 g17.82%
  • Saturated Fat8.5 g20 g42.5%
  • Cholesterol27 mg300 mg9%
  • Sodium91 mg2300 mg3.96%
  • Total Carbohydrate37.4 g275 g13.6%
  • Dietary Fiber0.7 g28 g2.5%
  • Total Sugars29.5 g
  • Protein5 g50 g10%
  • Calcium160 mg1300 mg12.31%
  • Iron1 mg18 mg5.56%
  • Potassium213 mg4700 mg4.53%

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