Great Party Fruit Dip -
Baileys Fruit Dip

This Baileys Fruit Dip is awesome. You can increase the amount of Baileys Irish Cream if you choose to, after you taste test it.
You can even vary the flavour by using Kahlua, Baileys Caramel Cream or your favourite liqueur.

Doesn't that look scrumptious?

And the flavour is great.

A simple fruit dip recipe that is quick and easy to prepare.

I'll never forget one time when I tried to make this simple fruit dip.
We had been talking about it the night before and I checked to be sure that I had some Bailey's Irish Cream in the cupboard, before I went to bed. The next afternoon, I began preparing the dip by beating the sour cream and brown sugar - BUT - when I went to get the bottle of Bailey's - it was gone.
Apparently - our discussion had sparked a slight thirst among my company. So now I had to figure out what to do with my dip. This is when I substituted Kahlua for the Baileys and it turned out just as good.
Since then - I try not to mention what I plan on making for fear of generating another thirst for something I will need the next day.

Bailey's Fruit Dip Recipe


  • 1 1/4 cup (300ml) sour cream
  • 1 tbsp (15 ml) brown sugar
  • 1 - 2 tbsp (15 -30 ml) Baileys Irish Cream


1. Whisk the sour cream til it is thick and well blended.

2. Add the brown sugar and whisk again until the sugar is completely dissolved.

3. Whisk in the Baileys liqueur.

4. Cover and refrigerate for a few hours to "set" for a nice thick consistency.


Other liqueurs besides Baileys, such as Kahlua, Cointreau, etc. can be substituted for flavour variations.

Fruit Choices

Apple slices - cored

Melons - such as cantaloupe or honeydew pieces

Mandarin sections


Pineapple chunks


Seedless grapes

Dragon Fruit

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