Bailey’s Non Alcoholic Irish Cream Recipe

Last Updated on October 31, 2023 by Ellen Christian

 Since St. Patrick’s Day will be here soon, I have been craving Bailey’s Irish Cream Non-Alcoholic Irish Coffee Creamer for my coffee. Try my recipe today.

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Bailey's non alcoholic irish cream Recipe for Coffee

Bailey’s Irish Cream Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee Creamer

Did you know there is no actual *cream* in most of those at all? While I don’t use coffee creamer on a daily basis, I do love splurging on flavored coffee drinks during the holidays.

Today, on the way to take my son to work, I got stuck in a snow bank in the driveway. If it snows one more time, I’m going to give up. Despite lots of pushing and shoveling, the car remained stuck so I had to get my neighbor to help and then had him plow out the driveway.

Once I finally got out, I headed to the store for the ingredients to make this. I totally deserve to be pampered today whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or not.

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Non alcoholic Irish cream recipe

This Bailey’s Irish Cream Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee Creamer is fairly simple to make. You can make a large batch and store it in the refrigerator to enjoy yourself or make it for an Irish coffee get together with friends.

You can treat yourself any time you’re in the mood for an indulgent coffee treat. I like to add whipped cream and a tiny bit of chocolate syrup to the top of my coffee just to bring this to a seriously over the top creation. You can certainly skip the added whipped cream and chocolate if you want to.

Serve this in iced coffee and add ice cream. I use a no salt ice cream maker to make homemade ice cream.

So, this is not a sweet creamer. You will need to add sugar to your coffee if you’re used to the ones in the store. This creamer is nowhere near as sweet. But, it does have a delicious non alcoholic Irish cream taste.

non alcoholic irish cream

I’m going to go soak in a hot bubble bath. I’m sore from shoveling. And, I’m taking my coffee with me. I highly recommend you make yourself one the next time you’re craving a healthier version of Bailey’s non alcoholic Irish cream.

Try this Irish cream recipe in your coffee from Maud's

I’m the first person to admit that I don’t function without coffee. I love the convenience of my Keurig but I hate the waste of traditional k-cups and the mess of reusable filters.

You can get eco-friendly recyclable pods! I really love this brand. So, don’t forget to try it with this non alcoholic Irish cream recipe because it’s delicious!

non alcoholic Irish cream


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What is the taste of Irish Cream?

The taste of Irish Cream is a nutty, chocolate, and vanilla flavor. It’s definitely one of my favorite flavors to add to my coffee. You can enjoy it so much more often than just on St. Patrick’s Day.

Finally, use this alcohol-free vanilla in your non alcoholic Irish cream recipe. Or, enjoy one of these coffee drinks with milk.

non alcoholic Irish Cream

Is Bailey’s Cream real?

So, yes there is real Irish cream in Bailey’s Cream. Unfortunately, it also contains potassium citrate, sodium caseinate, and carrageenan. So, stick with this version because it’s much healthier. You won’t believe how easy it is to make.

If you’re wondering about a non alcoholic substitute for Baileys Irish cream in baking, you can use this recipe instead. The flavor should be similar but not as sweet because this uses much less sugar.

So, you could try adding a little Irish cream syrup as well for extra sweetness.

Bailey's Non Alcoholic Irish Cream Recipe for Coffee

For a truly decadent treat, why not enjoy an Irish Buttermilk Bath while you sip on this? Or, if you want to learn how to wake up easier, check out this article.

This is where you can find the homemade chocolate syrup recipe. For something a little healthier, try my Green Milk Tea recipe or this Stevia lemonade.

Bailey's Irish Cream Recipe

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Bailey's Irish Cream Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee Creamer

Bailey's Irish Cream Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee Creamer

You will love this easy Bailey's non alcoholic Irish cream coffee creamer!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 3/4 cups heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons homemade chocolate syrup
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract (not flavoring)
  • 1/2 teaspoon almond extract


  1. Mix all together.
  2. Store in refrigerator.
  3. Add to your coffee. Top with whipped cream and drizzle with homemade chocolate syrup.

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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1/8 cup

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 129Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 39mgSodium: 12mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 0gSugar: 3gProtein: 1g

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45 thoughts on “Bailey’s Non Alcoholic Irish Cream Recipe”

  1. I just made this recipe to try it out, and I can’t wait to try this in my coffee! However, I have 38% Irish in me, and I never had Bailey’s Irish Cream liqueur due to my meds. Now, thanks to you and this recipe, I can enjoy an alcohol-free alternative! Thank you for this recipe! I even used keto chocolate syrup with this recipe! I’ll be sure to enjoy it!
  2. Hi Ellen, I will be trying your Bailey's recipe for Thanksgiving this year. Sounds delicious for us non drinkers:) Was just wondering if I could make a big batch and keep it in the fridge and how long is it good for????
  3. Hello I can't wait to try this recipe. In fact wben I get home from work I'll be indulging. I do have a question. If I did want a night cap using this recipe with a hint of liquor what kind might I add? Once, again thank you so much. -Toni
  4. I only had 1 cup of heavy cream on hand so I added 3/4 c of half & half to sub for the rest, and added 2 tablespoons of light brown sugar to sweeten it a little more. Came out great!
  5. Congratulations! Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week.  Hope you have a great weekend and enjoy your new Red Plate. Come Back Soon! Miz Helen
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  7. That looks so good, Ellen! We are still having unusually cold weather so I need to make a batch to add to my coffee.  Thanks for sharing! 
  8. Oh my goodness that coffee looks divine! I have never thought about making my own creamer but I am certainly going to make this. Thanks for the tasty recipe! 
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