Saturday, December 11, 2010

Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur Recipe #11

Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur

A cold glass to share
Etched using the Making Memories Slice and Cricut Vinyl

Ingredients for Irish Cream Liqueur

Blend well on liquid

Pour into prepared bottle

Picture I took today in the woods

The boys and their fort


Coming thru

We enjoyed a pizza in the oven despite the cold rain

        Hello and welcome to recipe #11, my oh my it is just flying brings in a little warmth we are up to 53 degrees. Spent some of the day outside with the boys in their fort they have all built. Imagination is a wonderful thing. I took some great photos and then it started up with a very cold rain which brought us inside. The homemade Irish Cream Liqueur recipe is one that was given to me by a dear coworker of my moms from the 80's Nancy Blato. I have made it often although it has been a few years now. It makes a great gift or cocktail for a dinner party at the holidays. So easy too. I bought one of the wine gift containers from Joann's Fabrics for $1.79 and will be giving this gift on Christmas Day. It is actually very yummy but I can only imagine extremely fattening. The bottle I used was a recycled bottle which you could put a label on and/or etch. Super easy gift!!
         The picture of the pizza oven is a vege pizza and oh so yummy!! I think hubs is becoming a pro!! LOL!! Tomorrow I have a card I did and a yummy recipe. So stay tuned.....
    Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur
1 1/4 cup of Irish Whiskey
1 (14oz.) can of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 cup of whipping cream
1 cup of half/half
5 Tbs. of Hershey chocolate syrup
2 Tbs. of instant coffee
1  1/2 tsp. of vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. almond extract
Combine all the ingredients in the blender; blend well.....refrigerate or pour over ice. Can be in refrig up to 20 days shake before serving .
Keep this in the refig. until time to gift give or drink. Remember always drink responsible. Not for anyone under 21 years of age. It is very sweet and tasty but can be very powerful so be careful. Take care and have a wonderful holiday. Cyber Hugs, Dawn Gallop

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