Thermomix Baileys

Thermomix Baileys

Hands up if you love Baileys Irish Cream? Well you’re going to absolutely adore our Thermomix Baileys recipe then! It’s creamy, chocolatey and has just the right amount of whiskey.

Thermomix Baileys

Our Thermomix Baileys is perfect served on it’s own as a yummy drink, or you can pour it over ice-cream for a decadent dessert! Or why not make a batch or two and give them away to friends or family for a lovely homemade Christmas gift?

Thermomix Baileys

Best of all, our Thermomix Baileys will be ready in less than 2 minutes and it will keep for 2 months unopened in the fridge. Perfect!

Thermomix Baileys

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Thermomix Baileys

Thermomix Baileys

Hands up if you love Baileys Irish Cream? Well you’re going to absolutely adore our Thermomix Baileys recipe then! It’s creamy, chocolatey and has just the right amount of whiskey.
Prep Time 2 minutes
Total Time 2 minutes
Servings 1 litre
Author Thermomix Recipes by Thermobliss

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cream
  • 395 g can condensed milk
  • 1 2/3 cup of Irish whiskey
  • 3 tbs chocolate topping or syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp instant coffee

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients into the Thermomix bowl.
  2. Mix on Speed 4, 30 seconds or until just combined.
  3. Please note: you don't want to 'whip' the cream as the mixture will become curdled. Start your Thermomix on Speed 2 and slowly increase to Speed 4. If you notice this happening, turn the speed back down and continue to mix until just combined. If your mixture does appear curdled, simply pour it through a sieve and then allow the drained liquid to settle. Scrape any excess off the top with a spoon.
  4. Pour into sterilised glasses, seal and place into the fridge.
  5. This recipe will keep in the fridge for 2 months.

For more great Christmas recipe ideas, check out our Top 10 Christmas Treats to make in your  Thermomix post

You can also find more great recipe in our new Christmas Desserts, Treats and Cocktails eBook.

 

 

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      Yep! If you don’t think your mixture is completely combined in that amount of time, mix for a little longer – but be careful not to over-mix and curdle the liquid. 🙂

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          Hi Nadene, it was just a little independent one (not one of the large chain stores). But I’ve definitely seen them at The Reject Shop – and pretty much every other $2 shop I’ve been into!

  1. Thank you for your recipes. i was disappointed to miss out on a Thermie Festive Cook classs as my demonstrator did not let me know and I had not been able to get on to Themomix website from any of my devise’s.
    So your recipes have made up for that . They are fantastic . Thanks

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      oh no!! That’s no good that you missed out on the cooking class. I’m so glad you’re enjoying our recipes! I promise we have lots more Christmas recipes in the coming weeks!

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  2. Thank you for your recipe. How do I sterilise the bottles please? I have two (preciously used) tall bottles like yours (prob about 600 – 700 mls) in my cupboard.

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  3. I made mine and it’s quite bitter ? – so I added more syrup actually ( maple syrup) and chocolate syrup – now it’s perfect ?

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      Oooh to be honest I have absolutely no idea!!! I’ve never made it that way and wouldn’t want to say yes or no! Why not give it a go and see if you like it!

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  4. Hello! Can I add a cup of whisky instead of 1 2/3? It’s all I have and I want to avoid going out again! But I don’t want to ruin the recipe if the amount is integral to its success! Thank you 🙂

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  5. I make this all the time but only use 3/4 cup of Whiskey as I found it too bitter & still turns out great…..I also use long life pouring cream…

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  8. Hi Lucy having trouble finding the bottles been to Kmart and Reject shop found nothing ,I do have a previous alcohol 250 ml bottle with a screw top would that be ok to use

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  9. Hi I’ve made this for the first time . The consistency was fine as soon as it was made , it’s been in the refrigerator all day and thickened up that can’t come out of the bottle… what do you think I did wrong ?

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      Hi there, it does thicken up slightly in the fridge but I wonder if there’s just a thicker layer on the top. See if you can pop a spoon in and move it around a bit – then it should be fine to pour out.

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