Baileys Brownies 

This is what happen when you have plans to experiment another cake over the long weekend and the plan got diverted after chatting with a good friend whom is a fella baker. While having our regular chat this after following her recent post on her brownies, I got tempted to experiment myself.

A quick search for the recipe shared by a friend several year ago that failed, I decided to experiment myself a new recipe instead 😉 I must say I am pretty pleased with the end result as I wanted a non-sweet brownies that is perfect topped with ice-cream 😍 after all, who could resist warm brownies served with ice-cream. And the brownies have been infused with my favourite Baileys 😍


  • 250gm butter – softened 
  • 150gm brown sugar 
  • 4 eggs
  • 210gm self-raising flour
  • 65gm cocoa powder
  • 1/2 salt
  • 4 tablespoon of baileys
  • 3 tablespoon fresh milk 
  • Optional – dark chocolate chips


  1. Grease and line 8 x 8 square cake pan
  2. Heat up the oven to 180c
  3. In the mixer, beat butter and brown sugar until light 
  4. Add in 1 egg at a time, beating well after each addition
  5. Sieve the cocoa powder, salt and flour together
  6. Add in half of the items in No 5 (above)
  7. Mix well
  8. Add in 3 tablespoon of milk and stir well
  9. Add in the balance of item in No 5. Mix well
  10. Add in the baileys and mix well
  11. If you have chosen to add nuts or chocolate, Add in now and mix well
  12. Pour batter into the prepared tin
  13. Baked for 20 – 25 minutes until cook 
  14. Poke holes in the cake after cooling down
  15. Using 1 tablespoon of baileys, brush it over the cake
  16. Serve warm with vanilla ice-cream 😍

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