Recipe by Carolyn Bunkley
"This is a delicious version of Irish Cream liqueur for the chocolate lover. It is sweet and creamy but definitely not for kids! It's great in coffee, over ice cream, or on its own. It's also wonderful as a grown-up frozen dessert; just pour some into your ice-cream maker and freeze as directed. Because of the alcohol, it will not freeze very firm, but it still works nicely. Try it as a family-appropriate dessert by omitting the whiskey."
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2 (14 ounce) cans
can sweetened condensed milk (save the can)
1 (13 ounce) jar
chocolate hazelnut spread
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
This is not your original irish cream liqueur. Made "G" rated version pretty sweet for my palete but the kids liked it as "ice cream". Made the "grown up" version and it was good. Not something I would drink everyday but was nice with coffee as an after dinner drink.
Recipe sounds good, But 2 Questions.
1). Can the "A" or "G" versions be frozen for storage? 52 servings, the cream & H/H expiration dates would have passed long before it would be used as a creamer.
2). Does the "G' version require additional liquid to make up for the loss of 750 m/l whiskey?
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