Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Sheridans or Caramel Bailey's Irish Creme Pie

Another one of those desserts to save for that special moment that your family and dinner guests will be in awe of how delicious this pie is and you will love how easy it is to make.


Since this is my husband favorite liqueur, I had to try and make him a dessert I knew he would love with it, and this is it! He was very pleased on the outcome. Sheridan's was introduced to us on our cruise we had taken a few years back. One section is filled with a black liqueur, consisting of coffee and whiskey flavors, the other is filled with a white liqueur of milk white chocolate. Its a liqueur that has half dark liqueur and half creme and it pours out together. I found that mixing some Kahlua and Caramel Baileys worked as a close substitute but if you can ever try Sheridan's that is pure heaven, we just love it.


Not many ingredients but that chocolate crust caramel and fluffy filling is pure bliss.
1/4 cup of Caramel Baileys Irish Creme plus 1 tablespoon of Kahlua or Sheridan's Liqueur (only found on cruise ships)
1 8 oz container of Cool whip
1 8oz pkg cream cheese
1/2 cup milk
1 small package of chocolate instant pudding
1 bottle of Hot Fudge sauce
1 pre made chocolate cookie crust

In a bowl beat with electric beater, mix instant pudding and milk till thick and smooth. Add Baileys and cream cheese, whip till light and fluffy. Fold in one tub of cool whip. Put 1/2 cup of hot fudge sauce on the bottom of the crust. Pour cream cheese mixture into the chocolate crust. Top with more cool whip, and drizzle more Hot fudge sauce over the cool whip topping. If you prefer more Sheridan's or Baileys, drizzle 2 tablespoons over the cool whip.

42 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

wow Claudia, you had me at some Bailey's treats! The pie looks insanely decadent!

Shelby said...

I'm sure it is bliss! I have not experienced Sheridan's but wouldn't turn it down if presented with it! The pie looks delish! Hope that sunshine didn't melt it on ya ;) You can always send that and the warmth that goes with it up my way!

Blackswan said...

Claudia, u hit me at the right note! When I saw the word BAILEY'S, I just had to drop everything & come right here. Hahaha! Fantastic treat u've got here :)

Belinda said...

That crust is faint-worthy!! I don't need dinner, would just rush to this.

FOODESSA said...

This pie is pure bliss indeed!!!Can't wait to have this as an offering on the sweets table ;o)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

Cajun Chef Ryan said...

Yes indeedy! Bailey's Irish cream is so good, might have to get that bottle out the cabinet and add some to my coffee this morning!

This creme pie looks like it would go great with that cup of spiked coffee!

Torviewtoronto said...

this looks delicious wonderful

Hungry Jenny said...

Mm, wow! I don't usually enjoy Bailey's as a drink, but love using it in desserts and this looks simply divine! Loving the chocolate crust idea too.

Hungry Jenny x

ravienomnoms said...

WOW does that look good! I have a feeling that I would fall in love with this pie as soon as I took one bite!

Sandra said...

Love ittttt! Perfection!!!!

Chris's Gourmet Fashion said...

Wow! This is what I call truly decadent ...

Swathi said...

awesome. Perfect cream pie.

la vita รจ bella (Alessandra) said...

I would take it without the liqueur& whiskey. This remind me of a pie I had at the "Barnes & Noble" cafe. This looks amazing.

raptortoe.com said...

Oh so creamy and delicious looking!! I would have this with hot chocolate.

Mari said...

This looks divinely delicious!! Thanks for always sharing such wonderful recipes.

Have a great week :)

Diethood.com said...

Oh my, Claudia, I love love love this! This Irish Creme Pie creation is nothing short of magical... incredible!

Ann said...

Claudia, that pie looks so delicious! using Bailey's is a genius idea!

Amanda said...

Mmmm looks absolutely delicious!

Claudia said...

Oh this is easy! I can now think of many versions of it - since I have many favorite liquers! Love creamy desserts - so dreamy.

Reeni said...

This looks luscious Claudia! So heavenly good - bet your husband loved it.

Drick said...

Claudia, this is it... finally found a pie I will love

Torviewtoronto said...

looks beautiful and delicious lovely picture

Melynda said...

After a handful of almonds for my dinner, I would love a piece of this delicious pie!

Gabby@FoodChowDown said...

looks quite delicious. I'm posting my frozen yogurt pie recipe tomorrow. I use coolwhip too.

Daydreamer Desserts said...

This Pie makes me want to start celebrating St. Patrick's Day NOW! :)

Bridgett said...

I don't think this would last long enough for me to share with dinner guests. It sounds amazing. No wonder your hubby loves the flavors!

OliveOil said...

Love this! It great to use bailey in a dessert.

Rochelle said...

I love bailey's so this is right up my alley in flavors from chocolate to cream to coffee and that liquor sounds delightful :D

Dulce Dough said...

This looks so good! Looking forward to trying this!

Lizzy said...

Oh, my gosh!!! What a heavenly pie...my family would be SO delighted with this dessert!!!

Tammy said...

This looks wonderful Claudia. My brother would love this if I made it for him when he comes to visit!
Blessings,
Catherine

Kita said...

Hello yummy! This looks like a great creme pie :D

Brie: Le Grand Fromage said...

mmmm, i think i've found a new favorite dessert myself! this looks so creamy and delicious!

5 Star Foodie said...

This sounds absolutely heavenly! I have a bottle of Sheridans, love it, will have to make this dessert soon!

Cheryl and Adam said...

There are really only two words that come to mind: More, please!

Magic of Spice said...

The perfect dessert!

alison said...

heavenly dessert!

redkathy said...

hey Claudia, you sure do know how to make rich, and delicious easy to experience!

briarrose said...

Wow this looks like heaven. Beautiful job.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I simply love the idea of this dessert, however I am from Australia and wondered about substituting some of the ingredients.
We do not have cool whip here...could I just use whipped cream instead or would you suggest something else?
Caramel Bailey's...I have not seen that in Australia. I have the traditioanl Baileys's so can I use that? What would I add for the caramel component?
I would love to make this as it seems both simple to make and delicious. I do hope you can help.
Regards
From Australia,
Angela

Pegasuslegend said...

@Angela you can use any kind of whipped topping including real whipped cream. For the Caramel Baileys I would add 1 teaspoon of caramel ice cream topping, or caramel syrup. Also if you would like to make the Irish Cream here is the recipe...http://pegasuslegend-whatscookin.blogspot.com/2011/03/homemade-irish-cream-liqueur-and.html

Angela said...

Thank you so much for your help, it is greatly appreciated. I look forward to making this dessert as I have two large bottles of Bailey's and this is perfect to use some up.
I love your blog and recipes and can't wait to try making a few.
Regards from Australia,
Angela