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An unusual recipe but it came out great! The coffee does need to be made strong or the flavour won't be able to compete with the Baileys! Next time I think I will set it in four layers rather than two, to blend the flavours and textures more evenly. This would be lovely as a light dessert with chocolate curls on top!
This was a very different recipe and it came out great. The Bailey's adds a fantastic kick. It is difficult to get gelatin leaves here where I live so I used envelopes instead and will use 2.5 envelopes of gelatin the next time I make this for the coffee portion of the recipe instead of just 2.
wow, haven't tried this yet.. but finally a jello desert that is not fruity :) thanks for this smart combo..
I love this recipe! I was out of Bailey's Irish Cream, and it was Sunday, so no luck getting a bottle. Fortunately, I had a bottle of Amarula on hand. I didn't have gelatin sheets, so I used powdered gelatin as Thorsten suggested. I topped the cubes with mini-chocolate chips. I thought the chocolate would enhance the flavors, and it did. While I like the cubes, and the recipe was very easy to prepare, it would be even easier to prepare (and especially serve) if made in large shot glasses or some other individual bowl/glass, like a small martini glass. We got a little carried away and poured more Amarula on the dessert plates. That was good, but it would have been even easier to eat if I made the dessert in individual glasses.
It's so easy to make! The Jello was well received by my colleagues!
This was easy to put together. Tastes good and nice presentation. I made the coffee the same strength that I usually drink it, but the coffee flavor was very weak, so I'll have to make it stronger next time. The Bailey's flavor shines through nicely though. Thanks for sharing.
made this in individual irish coffee mugs, excelllent