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Butter Pecan Irish Cream

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Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this SUPER easy to make decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick’s Day or any day when you crave a sweet drink.

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PSA! This is a “SECRET” family recipe!

I can’t tell you who’s family because that would incriminate a friend, it’s certainly not mine (more on that here), but it’s legit and if her mother ever found out we’d all be in trouble! I’ve already said TOO MUCH…

Just in case my friend’s Mom does ever get the Internet (she currently doesn’t own a computer so we might be safe) I decided to put a Southern spin on the traditional Irish beverage and make it Butter Pecan Irish Cream so she hopefully wouldn’t recognize the recipe.

 

Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick's Day or when you crave a sweet drink | via aimeemars.com | #ButterPecan #IrishCream #StPatricksDay #DessertDrink

Now, it’s a good thing I didn’t know how easy this decadent and rich dessert drink is to make prior to this week, but oh how I’m in trouble now… Time to respond to that fitness trainers text…

I really jumped on board the Irish Cream train back when my Husband and I started dating and he thought bringing me home, after only 3 months, to meet the ENTIRE family for Thanksgiving was a good idea. I actually agreed. Sounds like as good a time as any to start drinking right? Yes!

 

Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick's Day or when you crave a sweet drink | via aimeemars.com | #ButterPecan #IrishCream #StPatricksDay #DessertDrink

Well, the women in his family love their Kahlua and Cream cocktails like no other. Bartenders beware because I’ve seen these drinks sent back for incorrect ratios before, but hey, they know what they like, right??? And so on the big Turkey Day meet and greet I was offered one of these perfectly poured (as my Father-in-law has now perfected for obvious reasons) Kahlua and Cream beverages. From this moment going forward, my desert drink obsession began to ignite…

I went from Kahlua and Cream to White Russians, to Mudslides, to those are WAY to strong, only to end up at Bailey’s and sometimes back to White Russians. And now I have a recipe for Irish Cream! A true Irish recipe too… (cue evil laugh).

Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick's Day or when you crave a sweet drink | via aimeemars.com | #ButterPecan #IrishCream #StPatricksDay #DessertDrink

Now, I give you full permission to share this recipe with everyone you know, however, if my friend’s Mom comes searching, you didn’t get it from me!

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Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick's Day or when you crave a sweet drink | via aimeemars.com | #ButterPecan #IrishCream #StPatricksDay #DessertDrink

Butter Pecan Irish Cream


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  • Prep Time: 5 Mins
  • Cook Time: 2 Mins
  • Total Time: 7 minutes
  • Yield: 6 Servings

Description

Butter Pecan Irish Cream is what happens when Southern meets Irish. Sip this decadent dessert drink on St. Patrick’s Day or when you crave a sweet drink.


Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cup Jameson Whiskey (or any kind of Whiskey)
  • 1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 2 tablespoons Chocolate Syrup
  • 2 large Eggs
  • 1 tablespoon Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 1/2 cup Butter
  • 3 tablespoons Pecan Flavoring* (or Pecan Extract)

Instructions

  1. Place the Whiskey, Condensed Milk, Chocolate Syrup, Eggs, and Vanilla in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. In a small saucepan melt the Butter on medium high heat. Allow it to begin bubbling up until it almost turns brown and remove from the heat. Stir in the Pecan Flavoring (or extract). Pour the mixture in the blender and blend again.
  3. Serve immediately or chilled.

Notes

I found the Pecan Extract at a baking store, however, you can also use Hazelnut Extract for a similar flavoring.

Since this is made with raw eggs you’ll need to consume it within two to three days. If you’d like it to last a bit longer swap out the eggs for 1/2 cup heavy cream.

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Aimee Mars

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My hope is for your to join me and also for your to find something here to make your everday a little more exciting.

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2 Comments
  1. Debs says:

    Love this Aimee! Looks and sounds divine!

    1. aemars says:

      Thanks Debs! I couldn’t believe how easy it was to make!! I want to put it over everything now…

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