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Vegan Irish Cream

Tracy Byrne

vegan irish cream | pale yellowWhat I'm going to say next is going to make me sound like an alcoholic; I'm not an alcoholic.  Mom?  Are you listening to me?  I enjoy a boozy beverage every now and again as we all know, and it's not a problem.  I only drink in safe places and at safe times.  There are appropriate times to drink and I try to be appropriate. vegan irish cream | pale yellowBuuuuttttttt, I keep a bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream in my fridge next to my coffee creamer and every morning before work I'm tempted to add a splash to my coffee.  I don't, I just think it.  Then, the weekend comes and it would be appropriate to add a splash of Bailey's to my coffee, but I don't, because it has dairy in it.

vegan irish cream | pale yellowSo what's a dairy-free girl (or at least wannabe dairy-free girl) to do?  Make a vegan version with coconut milk, obviously!  It was all easy enough and now I have two cups, well actually a little less than two cups, of Irish Cream in my fridge for whenever an appropriately timed craving hits.

vegan irish cream | pale yellowVegan Irish Cream tastes just like the original with a coconut twist; it is creamy and sweet with hints of coffee and whiskey.  The Irish Cream does separate during storage, but just shake it up!  Craving satisfied.

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Print the Recipe!

Vegan Irish Cream Adapted from Oh She Glows Yield - 2 cups

1 can coconut milk 1/4 cup lightly packed brown sugar 1/2 cup Jameson’s Irish Whiskey 1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons strongly brewed coffee pinch of salt

  1. Heat the coconut milk and whisk in the brown sugar.  Whisk and cook for 7-8 minutes or until the mixture thickens slightly.
  2. Remove from the heat and whisk in the whiskey, coffee, and salt.
  3. Portion into jars and let cool, seal and store in the fridge.vegan irish cream | pale yellow