Bailey's Sundae Coffee Drink Recipe -
Bailey's Sundae Coffee Drink Recipe
  • READY IN 30 mins

Bailey's Sundae Coffee Drink

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"This was a dessert/beverage experiment my boyfriend and I came up with - so good! Each person can mix to suit himself/herself! Half-and-half and sugar can be added to taste if desired."

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Original recipe makes 6 servings Change Servings
  • PREP

    30 mins

    30 mins


  1. Brew 12 cups of coffee. While the coffee is brewing, fill each cup with a scoop of ice cream. Be sure to use large cups (the oversized types you get at coffee houses are best). Top each scoop of ice cream with just enough Irish cream so that the ice cream looks lightly coated.
  2. When the coffee is brewed, pour it so that each cup is filled up about halfway. It is then up to each individual to add more Irish cream, half-and-half, or sugar to suit his/her taste.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Feb 06, 2012

This. Is. AWESOME. My husband and I absolutely adored this drink. I used my own homemade irish cream liqueur and I think that really took it over the top. Incredible nightcap drink. Very decadent. NOTE: Math is not my strong suit but if you cut this in half and use one medium sized scoop of ice cream instead of one full pint of ice cream, you'll get two perfect servings. I don't know if something got lost in translation when the recipe was added to this site, but the way I did it worked for us.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jan 11, 2005

Well, I think if there is a 'next time', I will do what another reviewer had suggested by adding whipped cream instead of ice cream. The mixture of hot coffee and ice cream made the drink lukewarm. I believe my own saliva was a bit cooler than the drink itself. Other than that, it did have a nice flavor, although I was quite disappointed in wasting a good bottle of Bailey's the first time around.


39 Ratings

Dec 07, 2003

Ok, there is only one thing to say for this....WOW! I can not wait until I make this again. Cozy by the fire watching falling leaves...great drink.

Dec 07, 2003

MMMMMMMMMMM....this simple extra at our party was the reason for lots of hugs and kisses from my sweet toothed, coffee loving male friends. Must make this much more often Kim....

Dec 07, 2003

I'm not a coffee drinker so this wasn't my favorite - I had to give it 5 stars though because my husband is and he loved it. Will make it for him again. Thank you

Dec 07, 2003

mmmmmm....tried this tonight....LOVE IT!!!!!!!

Dec 07, 2003

This works well with just about any liqueur. YUMMY with Kahlùa or Frangelico. Bailey's is NOT one of my favorites. To this day, anything that lists 'Irish Cream' has to be skipped ...

Dec 07, 2003

Yummy!!!I made this the other night-just for myself(hubby doesn't drink coffee!!) and it was sooo good.Put one small scoop of ice cream in my mug and poured a small amount of cream rum on top and then poured coffee in.Can't wait to try Kahlua or Baileys(need to make a run to the liquor store to stock up first though)!Really great idea Kim!


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