This week we welcome guest blogger, Christina Lane. Christina is the founder of the popular blog DessertForTwo.com. Her food writing and photography have been featured on popular websites including The Kitchn, Tasty Kitchen, Babble, Fine Cooking, Serious Eats, and the Huffington Post. A Texan by birth, Lane’s desserts are a unique blend of Southern, Californian and Midwestern influences. She bakes and eats dessert daily.
I did a thing. I made a small batch of brownies, a small pot of pudding laced with Irish cream, and layered it all together. I did a whipped cream and chocolate shaving thing on top, too. I did it all before 8am, and decided I deserved a little Irish cream in my coffee. On a Thursday. (Almost Friday, right?)
I have zero regrets.
As you guys know, I've got a deep love for Kerrygold products. I started blogging in 2010 and that same year, we started working together. The past 7 years have been so wonderfully buttery and cheesy.
And then, Kerrygold did a thing. They started making Irish Cream Liqueur with their grass-fed dairy and real chocolate! It was like I didn't know my life could get any better, and then IT DID.
Start with my small-batch brownies made in a loaf pan:
Chop the brownie into cubes (resist the urge to use a heart-shaped cutter...it's hard, I know).
Make a lil' pot of vanilla pudding, but leave out the vanilla--Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur is going to bring all the flavor we need.
Layer the brownie cubes and pudding in two small dishes. Let them sit in the fridge for a few hours (up to overnight), and then whip some cream before serving. A little dollop of whipped cream (and chocolate shavings) bring so much to the party.
And the good news is, with the rest of the bottle of Irish Cream Liqueur, you can have a brunch party this weekend!