My husband and I like to enjoy an occasional glass of Irish Cream on the rocks. Instead of paying the high price of purchasing a bottle, I knew there had to be a way to make it at home. After flipping through old cookbooks I found a recipe that called for ingredients I had in my pantry. The recipe I used called for Scotch, however I am sure you could swap that for some Jameson. Whip up a batch and enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day!
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