Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge Recipe


Baileys is for drinking right? It is my go to winter warmer drink. There is nothing better than a Baileys coffee mmmm. And also obligatory on Christmas Eve, we even leave Santa a tipple. Well, you can only drink so much milk can’t you? We figured by the time he gets to us he might need something a little stronger. Thus Baileys became a tradition and Santa’s drink of choice in the Christie household. So a cheeky Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge Recipe is just the ticket.

Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge

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Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge

When the lovely people at 31Dover sent me a bottle on Pumpkin Spice Baileys to try out I decided to try something a little different with it. I scoured the Internet for recipes, cobbled a few together and came up with this cheeky little fudge recipe.

But it has not been without its challenges; I have made a few mistakes, had a few attempts and might have just eaten a little more than I should have. Can you ever eat too much Baileys Fudge? Anyhow I have decided to save me from eating too much it also makes a great gift!

And after a few attempts here is my ever so delicious, Christmas rolled up in a ball, Pumpkin Spice Bailey Fudge recipe.

You will need:

  • 200g While Chocolate Drops
  • 100g Milk Chocolate Drops
  • 30 Unsalted Butter
  • 375ml Cam of Condensed Milk
  • Half A Small Glass of Pumpkin Spice Baileys
  • 1 t/sp Cinnamon
  • 100g Brown Sugar
  • 100g White Sugar
  • Coco Powder for Coating
  • Icing Sugar for Dusting



  1. Melt the butter into the chocolate, condensed milk, Baileys and cinnamon until it is smooth
  2. Add the sugar and heat until the mixture is bubbling (it is important to heat to boiling point to break down the sugar)
  3. Add the boiling mixture and a glass heatproof dish lined with greaseproof paper
  4. Refrigerate until it has set
  5. Cut into squares with a hot knife (using a cup of boiling water to heat and clean in between) This will melt the outside slightly enabling you to roll into balls
  6. Roll the balls in coco powder and then dust with icing sugar and return to the fridge to cool and set.

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Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge




6 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Baileys Fudge Recipe”

  1. What’s not to love?! I never seem to have any success with fudge, I’m not sure why I just can’t seem to get it right…I’d be tempted to try it with this though. I still haven’t tried the Bailey pumpkin spice and it sounds so good! xx

  2. Oh MY Sarah your pictures are making my mouth water. I didn’t even realise Baileys did this flavour, but perfect for this time of year and of course Christmas. It’s the law to have at least one bottle of Baileys in the cupboard at Christmas (for Santa of course) x


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