Baileys Berry Frappe

"A thick creamy smoothie style cocktail using Baileys, yummm!"
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  • Blend all ingredients with 2-3 ice cubes. Serve in a glass over crushed ice. Garnish with a strawberry.

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  1. Great dessert drink - sweet, thick and creamy! The Bailey's and strawberries go great together. I didn't use the honey and thought it was perfectly sweetened. Thanks for posting this recipe! Made for the Best of 2008 event
  2. YUM....i used skim milk and frozen mixed berries(instead of ice) and it was fantastic, super thick and creamy. Thanks **Mandy**
  3. I used Bailey's Caramel because it was what I had on hand and frozen strawberries since I didn't have ice- It came out wonderful nice and sweet!
  4. This was a nice little treat to finish a very long day. The strawberry and Bailey's flavor went well together. Thanks Mandy!! Made for the Babes of ZWT4.
  5. Definitely very thick and creamy, but my husband and I thought this was just okay. It was good, but we prefer our creamy drinks to either have more of a kick to them or be more sweet. It is a great healthy way to have a creamy drink with Baileys though!


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