Back of Make Baileys Pots de Creme For St. Patrick's Day I recently organized my recipe collection, so when I decided to make a St. Patrick's Day dessert, I looked to my archives to see what recipe gems I could find. I had my heart set on the Irish cream chocolate mousse cake I made for my half birthday four years ago. However, I didn't have a lot of time and wanted an innovative, but easy dessert. Luckily I came across this recipe for Baileys pots de creme! I cut it out of the San Francisco Chronicle in 2007, but never got around to making it. Until now. Although it needs to chill overnight, this luscious and creamy dessert is super quick to put together. It's not too sweet and the flavor of Baileys and coffee blend scrumptiously. It's the sort of addictive dessert that you can't get enough of; I found myself shamelessly licking the rich mixture off the side of the bowl. To get the ridiculously simple — there's only five ingredients! — technique keep reading. Baileys Pots de Creme From the San Francisco Chronicle Ingredients2 2/3 cups heavy cream 10 tablespoons Baileys Irish cream 1/2 cup freshly brewed espresso 18 ounces mascarpone cheese 5 tablespoons powdered sugar Directions Whip the cream in a bowl until soft peaks have formed. Place the Baileys Irish cream in a bowl with the espresso, mascarpone cheese, and sugar. Beat until well combined, then fold in the cream. Divide among cups or ramekins of scant 1-cup size and refrigerate overnight before serving. Serve chilled with shortbread cookies, if desired. Makes 8. Information Category Desserts, Puddings/Mousse Cuisine English/Scottish/Irish View 15 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Photo 13 Photo 14 Photo 15 Comments nancita 7 years That just sounds like a delicious idea for a dessert. Rancher'sGirl 7 years :drool: I'm thinking this is going to be the dessert for my St. Patrick's day feast! :) riotgeek 7 years Yum! Will have to make that this St. Pat's. Passion4Fashion 7 years This looks goooooood!