Baileys pistachio ice cream

St. Patrick’s day is just around the corner and with that comes food that is indicative of the holiday. I love Baileys and this Baileys pistachio ice cream is right on point.

baileys pistachio ice cream

In fact Baileys is one of my very favorite drinks. Of course any time that I drink alcoholic beverages they have to be sweet so when ever I venture to drink Baileys I always mix it with a tad of almond milk and add tons of ice.

This Baileys pistachio ice cream doesn’t need an ice cream maker. I mean, if you do have one you can go ahead and use it for a faster version, otherwise just placing the mixture in the freezer is good enough, that is what I did.

I have other Baileys desserts in the blog if you are interested. I have two different versions of Baileys pistachio fudge. One is healthier than the other but never the less they are both great. If you are looking for the ultimate indulgence this Baileys pistachio fudge recipe is for you, in the other hand, if you are looking for healthier version and you want to save some of the sugar and calories this other Baileys pistachio recipe is for you. Either one is great, take my work for it.

Well, I hope you get to try this easy Baileys pistachio ice cream recipe. I made it with coconut cream because is what I had on hand but if you like you can use heavy cream or coconut milk.


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baileys pistachio ice cream


Baileys pistachio ice cream

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 14 oz coconut cream
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup Baileys Irish Cream
  • 1/4 cup raw pistachios


In a mixing bowl, with a wire whisk, mix all the ingredients. Place in a glass container, cover and freeze for at least 2-3 hours. Serve with some extra pistachios.

Note: I find that thawing the ice cream for 5-10 minutes works best before consuming.

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  1. I am such a big fan of Thai flavors, and this is really calling my name! I love the addition of broccoli and matcha – such a healthy, delicious dish!

  2. This looks amazing and I can just image the fragrance as it cooks! I’ve never thought to use matcha in soup! How cool! I look forward to trying this!

  3. This looks and sounds so good!  Love the color and consistency and that gorgeous sprinkling of chopped pistachios!

  4. This looks incredibly delicious and good for you too!! Love your soup bowls too.

  5. Broccoli is one of my favorite veggies — my mom used to tell me to pick something different when we made veggies for dinner. And one night she said, “Wow, imagine telling your kid to stop eating broccoli?” :) 

  6. I love making big batches of soup to freeze. It’s the perfect quick weeknight meal. Love all the flavors in this soup….yum!

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