Baileys, that classic Irish liqueur, is SO good in sweet recipes. We've got all sorts of Baileys dessert recipes to share, including Baileys cheesecake, fudge, roulades, truffles and a delicious tiramisu
Wandering what to mix with Baileys? We have some great Baileys irish cream recipes, including plenty of Baileys desserts, Baileys milkshakes, Baileys cake and our ultimate Baileys cheesecake (you really, really need to try that one).
Who said Baileys was just for Christmas? This creamy, Irish liqueur is a wonderful ingredient for cooking, whether it be as a glaze on a donut or the main flavouring for homemade fudge. Try them here.
Icebox cakes are popular in the US, and are incredibly simple to make – simply layering thin, crisp chocolate biscuits with sweetened whipped cream. Left overnight, the biscuits soften and become ‘cake’. We used Oreos and Baileys cream to make ours extra-indulgent. It uses lots of biccies, but it feeds lots of people.
These baked chocolate-filled donuts with Baileys glaze are deliciously indulgent. Enjoy them as an afternoon treat with a cup of tea, or serve as a pudding. Baking them avoids the hassle of deep-frying if you’re not confident.
Baileys? Check. White chocolate? Check. Two ingredients that make for an utterly irresistible cheesecake, perfect for serving at dinner parties (or to keep all to yourself). Plus it calls for less than 10 ingredients, and is ready in under 2 hours!
Homemade fudge is a great little sweet treat. Perfect with coffee to finish off a meal or as a little energy booster, it keeps for up to a month in an airtight container. Learn how to make Baileys fudge by watching the video below:
Treat your loved ones to a great Baileys dessert with this luxurious festive bake made with white chocolate and Baileys. It’s easy to make and requires very little effort, prepare it next time you host a dinner party.