Baileys Ice Chocolate Cappuccinos!

This is a wonderful way to use up the last of the Baileys you bought over Christmas!

I found the recipe online at the Baileys Online Lounge, and had just enough Baileys left to make two delicious Ice Chocolate Cappuccinos

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Click below to read on – see the recipe and make your own!

This is a simple, fun and easy recipe! Preparation time is a minimal 5 mins, and each glass contains roughly 1.48 units of alcohol. The recipe is for one.. so make sure you double/triple/quadruple the ingredients as needed!!

To make one Baileys Ice Chocolate Cappuccino you’ll need…

  • 50ml of Baileys Original Irish Cream
  • A scoop or two of vanilla ice cream
  • 50g milk chocolate, chopped
  • 100ml of milk
  • A sprinkling of powdered chocolate and/or chocolate drops to garnish

  • Equipment needed…

  • Small saucepan
  • A small coffee plunger (I used a handheld milk frother)

  • Directions..

  • Warm the milk in a small pot until it’s approximately body temperature.
  • Add the Baileys and the chocolate and stir until the chocolate is melted.
  • While the milk mixture is still warm, pour it into a coffee plunger and pump the plunger up and down until the milk is very aerated and foamy.
  • Pour into a glass or mug and add the vanilla ice cream.
  • Dust with the powdered chocolate and sprinkle with chocolate drops!


  • Drink up and enjoy! :)



    Original recipe by Ben O’Donoghue. Adapted by TLS.

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    3 Comments (+add yours?)

    1. Jueseppi B.
      Feb 17, 2012 @ 20:34:16

      I put Bailey’s in EVERYthing…..milk when I drink milk (Rare), coffee when I drink coffee (Even rarer) in EVERYTHING!! Nice post TLS

      Reply

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