Well, guess what we'll be wishing for as a dessert this summer? Yup, you guessed it... Baileys chocolate chip ice cream pie. How luscious!
This Baileys Irish Cream ice cream pie recipe is sure to make your friends come back for seconds. If your mouth isn't watering at the very sound of this dessert then you're off your rocker!
Are you a fan of the rich, velvety goodness of Baileys Irish Cream? Do you crave the delightful crunch of chocolate chip cookies? If so, then prepare yourself for a tantalizing treat that combines the best of both worlds: Baileys Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Pie. This luscious dessert will transport your taste buds to a realm of pure bliss, as the flavors harmoniously dance on your palate. Join us as we explore the magic behind this delectable recipe and discover why the flavors work so well together.
The key ingredient that sets this ice cream pie apart from the rest is, of course, Baileys Irish Cream. Baileys is renowned for its smooth and creamy texture, with hints of vanilla and a distinct touch of Irish whiskey. When incorporated into the ice cream base, it adds a luxurious depth of flavor that elevates the entire dessert. The sweet and slightly boozy notes of Baileys perfectly complement the other ingredients, creating a symphony of taste that is hard to resist.
Irish cream chocolate chip pie recipe
- 1 Oreo cookie crust
- 1-pint vanilla ice cream
- 1/2 cup Baileys Irish Cream
- 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips
- 3 cups whipped cream
- cocoa powder for dusting
Allow the vanilla ice cream to soften on the countertop for about 1/2 hour. Then place it in a mixing bowl and stir in the Irish cream until it is completely incorporated into the ice cream. Gently fold in 1 cup of the whipped cream until just incorporated. Then stir in the chocolate chips.
Pour the ice cream mixture into the prepared pie crust and freeze it for at least 8 hours, or up to 2 days.
Right before serving, top the pie with a thick layer of the remaining whipped cream and dust it with cocoa powder.
Is your mouth watering yet?!
* Originally published in 2017. Updated in July 2023.