Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream

This Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream is light and delicious! Perfect for topping your favorite dessert! Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream So you see, I’ve always been a big fan of Cool Whip. Love the stuff. Will eat it straight out of the carton. But recently, I’ve been playing around a little more with making my own whipped cream. And not just as a replacement for Cool Whip in recipes, but flavoring it and really making it tasty! And you guys. Flavored and fun whipped creams are no joke. So tasty. So easy. And so fun to eat. I mean, forget about putting it on something. Just use your finger or a spoon. I think half of my whipped cream gets eaten that way. Cool Whip definitely has it’s place in my heart still, but it’s now a shared space. Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream I’ve been inspired by friend Julianne from Beyond Frosting in this whipped cream adventure of mine. Have you seen her Cinnamon Maple Whipped Cream? Or her Hot Chocolate Whipped Cream? And oh my goodness, I think I died when I saw her Cake Batter Whipped Cream! Well, with St. Patrick’s Day coming up, Baileys has been on my mind and in my kitchen. I have kind of a love affair with the stuff. Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream I’m really not a big drinker, but I LOVE baking with Baileys. The flavor of it – just perfect. Especially combined with chocolate. Have you ever put Baileys in your hot chocolate? Heaven. I’ve even made a Baileys Hot Chocolate Ice Cream Pie in the name of my love for it. So today, I share with you Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream! Like I said, it’s super easy to make and totally worth it. It’s light on the chocolate and not too heavy on the Bailey’s. The great thing though is you can reduce the amount of Baileys if you want and it won’t change a thing. Even the Baileys Coffee Creamer should work just fine as a replacement. It may not be as strong, but that’s ok. Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream And you really won’t want to stop eating it. It was hard to keep my fingers out of that bowl! So get your Baileys ready and get on this! We’ll need it later this week for another recipe. Get pumped! :)

Baileys Chocolate Whipped Cream


1 cup heavy whipping cream
1 tbsp baileys
1 1/2 tbsp cocoa powder
1 1/2 tbsp powdered sugar


1. Freeze metal bowl and whisk for 15-20 minutes to get them good and cold.
2. Remove bowl from freezer and add whipping cream.
3. Whip on medium speed for a few minutes. Cream will initially bubble a little bit, then start to thicken.
4. As the cream starts to thicken, add the Baileys, cocoa and powdered sugar.
5. Whip until stiff peaks form, about 5-7 minutes. Make sure not to over mix. It quickly goes from smooth whipped cream to curdled whipped cream, so watch it closely.
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  1. Oh gosh, this looks amazing! I sure could have used this on my Bailey’s French Toast this morning! Thanks for the link love!
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  2. Oh man…pass me a spoon!! 😉

  3. Best. Whipped Cream. EVER.
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  4. I love making fresh whipped cream, so much so that it’s ruined Cool Whip for me (and I used to love it!). This looks absolutely incredible! :)
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  5. Yum! I’d probably eat the whole bowl with a spoon. Gonna have to make a baked good so I have an excuse to put this on it. Thanks for sharing!
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  6. Oh wow this looks heavenly! I would love it on a chocolate cake or just as a dessert on its own! I saw this on Show Stopper Saturdays, and we’d love for you to come over and share it with us at Saturday Night Fever too if you have time! have a great weekend :)
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    • says:

      Thank you Andi! I’m sorry I didn’t get over to the party! I will try to get over there this week, thanks!

  7. oh wow that would be amazing on some vanilla ice cream!
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  8. This looks like an amazing use of my Kitchenaid! I would love it on a dark chocolate cupcake.
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  9. Looks great! What type of cocoa do you use? Unsweetened…Dutch?

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