Bailey’s Irish Cream Brownie Bites

Bailey’s Irish Cream Brownie Bites

Bailey’s Irish Cream Brownie Bites are the sweetest way to celebrate Saint Patricks Day.

I always enjoy making a little Irish themed recipe for Saint Patricks Day, especially since my husband’s ancestry carries back to little town called Gaynortown, Ireland.  This year in addition to my Irishman Shepard’s Pie with Guinness, which is linked here for your browsing ease, I also decided to make a sweet treat featuring one of our favorites, Bailey’s Irish Cream. This recipe is super easy and is a semi-home made version, so you can take a lot of help from pre-made mixes. Bailey's Irish cream Brownie Bites

Irish Cream Brownie Bites

Course Cupcakes, Dessert
Cuisine Irish
Keyword Brownies
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 36 minutes
Servings 8

Ingredients

  • 1 Brownie Package mix
  • 1 Fudge Icing Mix
  • 1 egg
  • 1/3 cup butter flavored olive oil
  • 1/4 cup Bailey Irish Cream
  • 1/2 cup Butterscotch Chip
  • 1 bag Hershey Pot O Gold Chocolates optional
  • 1 Green Sprinkles
  • 1 pack Cupcake Liners

Instructions

  1. Assemble all baking goodies and preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

  2. Basically your are going to prepare the brownie mix as directed on package but use Bailey Irish Cream in place of water, and for a richer flavor use butter Flavored olive oil. 

  3. Add in butterscotch chips to mixture just before you place into baking cups. 

  4. I use an ice cream scoop to distribute the batter evenly I only got 8 servings from 1 package, so if you need more you will want to double this recipe.  

  5. Bake for 26 minutes at 350 degrees, or the directions on the package, I used Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie mix. Allow to cool before icing. 

  6. Add fudge Icing and top with a Pot of Gold Chocolate. Add green sprinkles for that festive touch. 

For my brownie bites, since I was taking them to a party, I used these cute little Leprechaun hats to place the cupcake liners in to make them just a little more festive and add some more green. Just a fun tip, I picked these up at the dollar tree and these would make great dip bowls too and they will hold a small clear plastic cup as a food grade liner perfectly. I mean how cute would single serve crudite’ sticks be sticking out of these hats, like little rainbows? Now I wish I had gotten assigned appetizers for my party, I could totally nail it…. LOL.

Bailey's Irish cream Brownie BitesAlso, I used the Hershey Pot of  Gold hearts.  Originally I planned on putting three together to make a shamrock, but they ended up being a little too large.  So, I went with one and covered the entire top with green sprinkles. At my gathering, I was actually told that they kind of looked like little butts….. yep little Leprechaun butts, go figure? My answer was that Leprechauns are known to be a little mischievous… so it was all a part of the plan, wink wink.  Besides, if you partake in too much green beer, I think this may make them even more appropriate for the season, have you been to Savannah, GA on Saint Patrick Day? LOL!!! 

Bailey's Irish cream Brownie Bites

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24 Comments

  1. Wow looks mouth watering. Nicely explained with steps and corresponding pics. With Leprechaun hats looks more colorful and inviting. I will save this recipe for next party. thank you for sharing this.

  2. How creative and they look really cool! Yum 🙂

  3. These look delicious, and I bet they would go really well with some freshly whipped cream or ice cream!

  4. Chloe

    THESE ARE THE CUTEST SNACKS EVER! And perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! If I ever had a St. Patty’s party, I will definitely be making these. YUM!

  5. Lol. I love those little butts! How cute!! You always come up with awesome recipes and creations. Plus love that you can use a box mix. High five!

  6. Fiorella

    Love the idea of preparing them! My children can easily help me to make them!

  7. These sound amazing. My sister loves Bailey’s and loves brownies. I will for sure be making these for her!

  8. I love brownies so much. This recipe should be really good. Probably I’ll try to do it at home. Thanks for sharing it with us!

  9. Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie is definitely the way to go. And those little hats are too adorable!

  10. Farmhouse Fixer Upper

    Yum you know how I love Bailey’s I bet these are delicious, I must make a batch right away.

  11. Sandra

    What a brilliant idea to combine my two favorite things brownies n bayles

  12. Superb posts, with very creative ideas, Thank you.

  13. Abby Darlington

    These look so delicious what a great idea to add in Bailey for a Irish flare.

  14. Southern Sassyfrass

    Superb stuff you know how I appreciate it! Your recipes always make me look like a super star.

  15. You’ve made my day two of my favorite things all rolled into one!

  16. sundhine and daisies

    Wow lots of helpful tips and I just love any kind of brownie but these look delicious.

  17. Mack

    Thanks for an abundance of recipe postings!

  18. Kim

    I see that you really like brownies and you really like to put adult favorings inside, that is awesome. These look great!

  19. Tina

    Superb information I would have not thought to add liquor in place of the water but that is a great idea.

  20. Gloria Flacks

    Reliable write ups, always and spot on ideas for the season. Thanks a lot for keeping us on point!

  21. Michelle James

    I love to try new recipes and brownies are one of our favorites, send you many thanks, I appreciate it.

  22. Gretchen

    Incredible recipes and you site is full of loads of valuable tips!

  23. Marcelo

    Truly a good deal of useful facts for cooking and baking.

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