Vegan Baileys recipe

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2017 was the year that Baileys launched their vegan version made from almond milk, and ever since i saw it i have wanted to try it. However it isn’t available in Sweden yet and i haven’t had the oppotunity or chance to make my own until now. Drinking Baileys on Christmas has been a sort of tradition in my family, and last year i didn’t drink any or make my own, but this year i decided it was time to try!

The recipe is simple to make and actually tastes great – i can’t really remember how the original version tastes so whether it tastes exactly the same i can’t comment on. But it tastes good nonetheless!

3dl almond milk (i used sweetened)

2 dl oat cream or soya cream (I.e no light version – i am sure you can use coconut cream as well)

4 dates (can omit)

1-2msk agave syrup (Or swap for 2-3tsb powdered sugar)

1 tbs cacao powder

2 tbs espresso

200ml Whiskey

How to:

Mix together the milk, cream, dates and agave (in an electric mixer). Add the cacao powder, espresso and whiskey. Mix until it is all mixed together and then strain the liquid so that there is none of the pureed date left. Pour into a bottle and place in the fridge until time to enjoy!


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  1. caroljoanne1969 says:

    I didn’t know Baileys had brought out a vegan version – will have to keep a look out for it 🙂 Did you have a go at making your own?


    1. I think Vegan baileys can be found in the U.K and in Berlin and of course USA. But i am hoping that it will be available in Sweden sometime… i am not much of a drinker, and i can of course make my own version, but i like having the choice to buy a vegan version if i want hahah. I want the option!! THe home made one tasted great according to me, but my mum who tried both the dairy kind and my home made one said that the normal one was a little better but the one i made was still good!


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