Learn how to make non alcoholic Irish coffee with this easy recipe.  This homemade St. Patrick’s Day drink is served in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam.  Your friends will rave about this specialty coffee drink!

Prep Time: 15 minutes
How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee: an easy recipe for homemade Irish coffee in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam. It’s a specialty St. Patrick’s Day drink that your friends will rave about! | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #irish #coffee #recipe #nonalcoholic
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How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee

Are you excited about St. Patrick’s Day?  It’s one of my favorite holidays in the spring next to Easter, since I love the green decorations.  For me the main highlights of St. Patrick’s Day is the Irish food.  Whether your waiting for your Dublin coddle to cook, or are mixing up a batch of boxty bread, or boxty in the pan, as the Irish would say, you’ll want to try this non alcoholic Irish coffee.  😊  It’s quick to make, and takes just a few ingredients!

How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee: an easy recipe for homemade Irish coffee in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam. It’s a specialty St. Patrick’s Day drink that your friends will rave about! | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #irish #coffee #recipe #nonalcoholic

My favorite part of Irish coffee is the whipped cream foam on top.  When you take a sip, the coffee flows through the cream, which tastes delicious and leaves you with a white mustache.  😉  It can take a couple tries to get the cream floating just right, but don’t worry; it’s not that hard!  Here’s an important tip: whip the cream until it’s thick and airy, but still liquid enough to pour.  The air trapped in the cream makes it lighter than the coffee, allowing it to float on top. But how do you get it to float?  Pour the cream over the back of a spoon, aiming right in the center of the mug.  The spoon spreads out the cream, helping it to land gently on top of the coffee instead of plunging below the surface.  That’s how to get that beautiful foam on top!

How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee: an easy recipe for homemade Irish coffee in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam. It’s a specialty St. Patrick’s Day drink that your friends will rave about! | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #irish #coffee #recipe #nonalcoholic

Are you ready to try this out?  You’ll need to make this for St. Patrick’s Day this year!

If you like this Irish recipe, you might like these St. Patrick’s Day ones!

Traditional Dublin Coddle: an authentic Irish meal that you can serve your family for dinner tonight or on St. Patrick’s Day. Onion, bacon, pork sausage, and potatoes coddle in the oven to create a delicious stew to serve with boxty bread. | www.savortheflavour.com #onepot #irish #stpatricksday #dinner #bacon Irish Pub Salad: a simple, healthy lunch idea for St. Patrick’s Day alongside soda bread or potato soup. Forget the corned beef and try something new! Fill your plate with green vegetables, boiled eggs, cucumber, pickled beets, and crisp lettuce—all drizzled with the perfect salad dressing. | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #irish #salad #vegetarian #recipe No Bake Frozen Grasshopper Pie: a super easy recipe made with an Oreo crust and creamy mint filling. This St. Patrick’s Day mint treat is sure to become a family favorite! | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #oreo #mint #nobake #frozendessert

Traditional Dublin Coddle: an Irish stew of sausage, bacon, onions, and potatoes.

Irish Pub Salad: a tantalizing blend of fresh and pickled veggies with homemade dressing.

No Bake Frozen Grasshopper Pie: a make ahead mint Oreo treat!

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How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee: an easy recipe for homemade Irish coffee in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam. It’s a specialty St. Patrick’s Day drink that your friends will rave about! | www.savortheflavour.com #stpatricksday #irish #coffee #recipe #nonalcoholic

How to Make Non Alcoholic Irish Coffee


  • Author: Emma
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 2 Irish coffees

Description

Learn how to make non alcoholic Irish coffee with this easy recipe.  This homemade St. Patrick’s Day drink is served in a glass mug topped with whipped cream foam.  Your friends will rave about this specialty coffee drink!


Ingredients

  • 4 teaspoons light brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon rum extract
  • 1 1/4 cup strong black coffee
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream

For the Decoration

  • Cocoa powder

Instructions

  1. While the coffee is brewing, measure 2 teaspoons of brown sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of rum extract into two glass mugs.
  2. Pour 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons of coffee into each mug and stir well until the sugar is dissolved.
  3. Let the cups stand still until the coffee has completely stopped swirling.
  4. Meanwhile, beat the cream in a medium bowl until it’s thick and airy, but still pourable.  Transfer the cream to a jug with a spout.
  5. Pour the cream over the back of a spoon right in the center of each mug.  There should be a sharp line between the coffee and floating cream.
  6. If desired, dust the cream with cocoa powder, using a stencil, and serve immediately.

Notes

  • Feel free to adjust the amount of rum extract to your preference, or leave it out entirely.

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