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Boozy hazelnut coffee cream recipe

Boozy hazelnut coffee cream recipe

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Vodka, hazelnut liqueur, Irish cream and coffee liqueur is mixed to create this wonderful drink. It's smooth, strong, sweet and totally delicious. Serve at your next dinner party.

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 tablespoons vodka
  • 2 tablespoons hazelnut liqueur
  • 2 tablespoons Irish cream liqueur
  • 2 tablespoons coffee flavoured liqueur
  • 3 ice cubes

MethodPrep:2min ›Ready in:2min

  1. In a cocktail shaker, shake together vodka, hazelnut liqueur, Irish cream liqueur and coffee flavoured liqueur with several cubes of ice. Pass the liquid through a sieve into a glass filled with ice cubes.

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Reviews in English (5)

by cheffor1

i thought this drink was good but i made my second round like this.... i added baileys, kaluha, creme de cocao, and vodka in a blender with ice and a banana for a killer chocolate shake-23 Jan 2007


A bit strong but I added some fat-free Half & Half and it was really good. We also used white chocolate irish cream (new) and it was tasty.-03 Apr 2006

by Brett

this is a good drink i have had it at a few bars before. I have found a different version of this drink and found it to me more enjoyable by everybody with out the strong taste.i use bailieys kaluaha and i eyeball a shot of each. add about 2 ounces of milk then fill it up with coke. it might sound wierd but it actually pretty good. try it out one day.-12 May 2008

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  • Roast the hazelnuts until gold brown.
  • When it is still hot, try to remove the skin.
  • Put the roasted hazelnuts in the food processor and blend until you get a smooth paste.
  • Put the hazelnut paste, milk, condensed milk, sugar and flour in a blender and blend until it becomes homogeneous.
  • Put the mixture in a large pan and cook on moderate heat.
  • Stir continuously until it becomes a little thick and creamy (less thick than a castard).
  • Add sugar and keep stirring.
  • Let it boil for few minutes while stirring then remove from heat.
  • While still hot, pour it in small bowls or cups.
  • Decorate with ground nuts.

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Melt chocolate chips in a shallow dish by microwaving for 15 seconds, stirring, and microwaving an additional 10 seconds until smooth.

Dip rim of coffee mug in melted chocolate, then shake sprinkles along rim.

Set in refrigerator for 15 minutes for chocolate to solidify and sprinkles to stick.

Add brewed coffee to prepared mug,

followed by almond milk liqueur,

sprinkles, and Andes Mint shavings.

How to make Bailey’s whipped cream

To make whipped cream with Bailey’s, you will need to first make whipped cream.

Start with heavy whipping cream. It’s important to use cream, not half-and-half. Look for the pint that says “heavy cream” or “whipping cream” or it will just not come together and hold its shape.

Then mix the cream with sugar. I prefer to use powdered sugar, but you can substitute granulated sugar. I always suggest tasting your whipped cream with a spoon and you can add more sugar if you like.

Next we whip it, whip it good. You will need to get out a mixer to whip it all together. You can use a hand mixer or stand mixer. (If you want to whisk by hand, by all means do it, but know that a mixer will cut the time by a lot!)

As you whip air into the cream, you will be increasing the volume, so make sure you’re using at least a medium-size bowl.

Typically with whipped cream, you would flavor it with a little vanilla extract. But since we’re making this whipped cream a little boozy, we’ll use Irish Cream liqueur.

Easy Homemade Hazelnut Coffee Creamer

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I asked my daughter, who is on break from college, what coffee she wanted to try first and without hesitation she said Hazelnut. I decided to make Homemade Hazelnut Coffee Creamer to go with her coffee. Since I had never had hazelnut creamer before, my daughter served as my taste tester and let me know when it was perfect. My husband and I decided we needed to give Hazelnut Creamer a try to see what all the hoopla was about and discovered a new favorite creamer!

This homemade hazelnut coffee creamer recipe is really easy to make. You just need a can of condensed milk, 2 1/2 cups of milk, and hazelnut extract.

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Spiked Hazelnut Coffee Ice Cream

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19. Eggnog martini. You knew this was coming &mdash of course Frangelico is perfect with eggnog.

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