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Old Fri, Dec-29-17, 11:26
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Old Fri, Dec-29-17, 19:58
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Pity she doesn't give the carb count - not that I can see, anyway.

There are more recipes for faux Bailey's both in "Recipes", Reader's recipes, on the top green menu bar, plus in the second post of the Contents sticky here in this Sweet Treats forum. Just look for Drinks with Alcohol. Cheers!
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Hi Rosebud,

I scrolled down and found the nutrition facts close to the bottom of the page right before the comments sections. What confused me is she listed the nutrition facts except there was no serving size. I went back up to the top and it said the recipe was for 26 ounces. I then went to the comments section and she said the nutrition info posted was for one cup or 8 oz and mentioned that somehow it got screwed up when she was doing nutrition info. Hope this helps! Cheers!
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