Baileys Flat White Martini Pudding

Sew White Baileys Flat White Martini

There is nothing better than a cocktail which is also a pudding and show stopper too. The Flat White Baileys Martini has become a huge success in my house because it tastes so good and is so simple to make. Once we knew we loved the drink we started to turn it into a pudding. It’s only 4 ingredients and a quick shake to produce this beauty and you’ll be very very glad you did.

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Baileys Flat White Martini Pudding
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Serves: 2 drink
  • 100ml Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur
  • 50ml Vodka
  • 50ml Cold Black Coffee/Espresso
  • 1 scoop of coffee ice cream (I used Haagen Dazs)
  • a few ice cubes
  • a few coffee beans to decorate
  1. Add a few ice cubes to a cocktail shaker.
  2. Pour the Baileys, vodka and coffee into the shaker.
  3. Add the lid and shake until combined and cold.
  4. Add a small scoop of ice cream to the cocktail glasses.
  5. Strain into a cocktail glasses over the ice cream, decorate with a few coffee beans and serve straight away.
If you want to make it as a regular cocktail leave out the ice cream.

A special drink and pudding combination especially if you love coffee, Baileys, ice cream and cocktails. Four very delicious things in one. You will absolutely love it.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Ooh yum – love the idea of adding the ice cream to make it into a proper dessert!

    1. Sew White says:

      It is such a simple addition but oh boy does it work!

  2. lisa says:

    This is a cool twist on a cocktail! I imagine it would be really good to serve at a dinner party too, love it x

    1. Sew White says:

      Thank you Lisa 🙂 It was definitely loved at the dinner party. Everyone wanted seconds!

  3. ManjiriK says:

    lovely idea and will certainly try this as both husband and I are great fans of Baileys!

    1. Sew White says:

      I hope you like it! 🙂

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