This chocolate Baileys Easter egg drink is your show stopper for Easter. This recipe for a Bailey Easter Egg drink is inspired by the Baileys commercial. This Easter drink is made of Baileys, Easter Eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla ice cream. It is creamy, chocolaty, and festive. The drink is very heavy so you can share this Easter Milkshake with someone else.
Remove the top of the large easter chocolate egg. You can do this by cutting into the chocolate Easter egg with a knife. From there you can break the chocolate off with your hands as far as you want.
1 Large Chocolate Easter Egg
Blend the easter eggs, milk, sugar, Baileys, and vanilla ice cream until smooth. Start the blender on low, then turn it up high.
12 small easter eggs, 4 scoops vanilla ice cream, 2 tbsp sugar, 4 tbsp milk, 30 ml Baileys
Pour the milkshake into the large Easter Egg.
Easter toppings - add some whipped cream, chocolate sauce, easter eggs on top of the milkshake to give it a festive look.
Dip your ice scoop into hot water, when the ice cream is frozen. So the scoop gets easier in the ice cream.
Use a cookie mold as a holder for the large Easter Egg. You need a holder for the large Easter egg otherwise it won't stand because of its round shape. It won't stand on its own.
Gluten-free: it is possible to make the milkshake gluten-free. Note that is not every ice cream is gluten-free, check the packaging to see if it contains gluten. Here are some examples of gluten-free ice cream brands: Breyers, Talenti, Chewtopia, So Delicious, NadaMoo!, and Wink Frozen desserts. To make this recipe completely gluten-free, you have to swap the ice cream for gluten-free ice cream.
Without alcohol: you can make this Easter drink without alcohol. Just make the drink without Baileys.
Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate. In cases where multiple ingredient alternatives are given, the first listed is calculated for nutrition. Garnishes and optional ingredients are not included.