Christmas Baileys Hot Chocolate (Dairy Free) Recipe


Hello everyone, today I have a lovely warming Bailey Hot Chocolate made with coconut milk and Almond Bailey to create a delicious dairy free treat. I love this on a cold evening after a long dog walk.

Today I’m using the Alpro Original Coconut Milk, but you can use regular milk if you like. I start off pouring coconut milk into the mug I intend to use, today I was making 3 cups (one for myself, my sister and my boyfriend). This way you know exactly how much milk to use and you don’t waste any.

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Then I pop the milk into a saucepan and heat gently on the stove. I used the simmering aga plate, but simply put on a low heat on a gas stove for the same effect.

I then put in 3 teaspoon of Bourneville Cocoa Powder into the simmering milk, one for each mug of hot chocolate I’m making.

Now, it’s up to you how much Baileys you want to put in, depending on how alcoholic you like it. I personally don’t like to be able to properly taste it, but I like the hot choc to have a kick. Therefore I put in just over a shot of Baileys for each person.


And now it’s just time to pop on your favourite Christmas movie and light a fire and you’re all sorted for a cosy night in.

Whats your favourite Christmas drink? Let me know if you try this out!!

Love Ally x

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