Made in a muffin pan, Mini Baileys Mocha Cheesecake bakes up lickety-split. The crumbly Oreo crust and silky, Baileys-spiked coffee filling are crowned with a boozy whipped cream for a bite-sized indulgence that’s cute and incredible.
America is great, even despite the fact that our two-party political system sucks. I’ve flip-flopped between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party nearly every election cycle. Toeing a party line for life is pointless. It doesn’t matter if someone is for elephants or donkeys because all politicians are asses.
Our first president, George Washington, warned against opposing parties in his farewell speech. He wanted our country to be a cohesive unit but Congress put the kibosh on that 200 years ago. If you ask me, the United States should be united behind one single party: the Baileys Irish Cream Party.
We the people cannot agree on anything, except that alcohol–and a lot of it–is necessary to tolerate each other. And there’s no alcohol better suited for the job than Baileys. Cream, cocoa and whiskey have existed cohesively in that infamous black bottle for nearly half a century.
There are no empty promises, impeachment proceedings or filibusters associated with that fine tasting spirit. Baileys is the world’s top-selling liquor for a reason: it promotes unity. Take this recipe for Mini Baileys Mocha Cheesecakes for example. Irish cream and brewed coffee commingle in a silky cheesecake filling that coexists with an Oreo cookie crust and Baileys whipped cream.
If only we all could live in such delicious harmony. Baileys for President!