This recipe is simple to make but completely complex in flavour. Perfect for a weekend treat,
Today I have a very special treat for you. My friend Donna of Cookistry is joining us.
I adore Donna, she is such a genuine individual. I dig that about her.
You’re going to dig that about her too. Please welcome Donna to the blog.
If you love Irish cream liqueur, you’re going to love this ice cream with a double dose of Baileys Irish Cream. The interesting thing is that the ice cream and the caramel sauce aren’t just versions of the same flavor. The uncooked ice cream has the pure flavor of the liqueur, while the caramel has deeper, darker notes.
If you have extra caramel sauce, drizzle it on vanilla or chocolate ice cream, or over berries with whipped cream. Or pound cake. Or waffles. Or eat it with a spoon. Or … you might want to make an extra batch.
As for the ice cream, since it’s not a cooked ice cream – no eggs involved – it’s pretty quick to assemble. If you have an ice cream maker with its own compressor, you can pour this right into the machine and churn it right away. If you’ve got a freezer-bowl-style ice cream maker, be sure it’s fully chilled before you churn. Because of the alcohol in the Baileys it can take a little longer to freeze, so you want it as cold as possible before you start.
I don’t know about y’all but I just ran into the kitchen to snag the biggest spoon I could find. If you need me I’ll be hiding in the closet. Eating this ice cream.
A huge thank you to Donna for this amazing recipe. I’m so happy to have a friend like you. One of these days we’ll meet in person.
Other Fabulous Recipes from Cookistry:
Biscuits from Cookistry
Dinosaur Cookies by Cookistry
Skillet Lasagna from Cookistry
Tune in tomorrow for more Boozy Desserts.
And be sure to check out all the other boozy participants this week:
B52 Layer Cake by gotta get baked
Boozy Caramel Apple Bread and Butter Pudding by My Catholic Kitchen, coming on Thursday July 24
Bourbon Peaches & Cream Popsicles by My Imperfect Kitchen, coming on Friday July 25
Toodles and smoochies!