COCKTAIL WEEK UP IN HERE!
This one is a real treat.
& a bit like ice cream. 🤗
I grew up watching my family enjoy Kahlua and milk at the holidays.
It was never my favorite thing. But, once I learned to toss some Baileys in too, things got better.
Top it off with some vodka, caramel sauce and my vanilla bean coconut milk and you have a dream.
This drink is comforting, creamy, filling and delicious.
I will admit, the vanilla bean coconut milk really makes it resemble a creamy, dreamy ice cream.
Look how yummy!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
Some cocktail glasses
Caramel sauce - homemade is best, sorry I don't have a recipe for you in my arsenal
Baileys Irish Cream
Vanilla bean coconut milk - heavy or sweet cream will work too
This recipe is so simple. you can prep the caramel sauce ahead of time or buy some off the store shelves. I bet you can guess what I will say is my favorite. Homemade of course.
All there is to do is drizzle the inside of the glass with caramel, add the vodka, Kahlua and Baileys to a cocktail shaker with ice and top it off with milk. Sprinkle the top with a little Maldon sea salt and there you have it. Serve and enjoy.
RECIPE PDF 👇🏼
1 tablespoon caramel sauce
1 ounce vodka
1 ounce Baileys Irish Cream
1 ounce Kahlua
Vanilla bean coconut milk, or cream *see notes*
If making homemade caramel sauce, find your favorite recipe and prepare it first.
In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine vodka, Kahlua and Baileys. Shake to combine and chill.
Drizzle caramel sauce using a spoon on the inside of the glass.
Lastly, pour over the combined alcohol, top off with milk and sprinkle a bit of Maldon sea salt on top.
Serve and enjoy!
If you are a lightweight or don't like things to taste too strong, back off the vodka to 1/2 an ounce.
I don't like my drinks to taste very strong so I load up the milk. You do you. But I would recommend about 3 ounces.
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