This great hot fudge sauce recipe that I changed a bit, is from Mother's Bistro in Portland, Oregon. It is very quick to make and is perfect for topping ice cream with. I like it because it's not too sweet.
Basically, take your favorite pumpkin pie recipe and make it without a crust. Then spread or pipe on the cake or cupcake of choice. The consistency and texture is great for this! This would also be a great cake filling to compliment your cake.
This is a fabulous buttercream icing with Bailey's in it, passed on to me by one of my best friends in Texas, who got the recipe from her aunt (and kicked it up a notch with some Bailey's!!). Beware: this ain't your mama's frosting! This definetly isn't the frosting you buy at the store either! This recipe makes enough thick, yummy buttercream frosting for one cake.
Laura - here's to you! :)
Use over ice cream or my Cream Cheese Pound Cake with Strawberry Sauce (recipe #51739). You won't be disappointed. When I make this using fresh strawberries, I cut the strawberries in half, put into the food processor with about 1 cup of sugar and the orange juice and process until well combined. It's a winning combination! From Southern Living.
I found this on Pinterest and I am posting for safe keeping. You can change the flavor of this frosting by changing the flavor of the pudding mix. I can't wait to try butterscotch! (Total time includes 1 hour chill time)
I found this recipe on another site, courtesy of Kathy Finholt. I love it and used it on the "Why I Joined Zaar Carrot Cake" recipe. It got such rave reviews - both the cake and the icing. I hope you enjoy it as much as we all have. In case you don't know, crusting means that it hardens, but not like a royal icing. This will allow you to smooth it out and get a really smooth icing. You don't have to, but if you like the look of Fondant, you can almost get it as smooth as Fondant.
Decadent and healthy at the same time!!!! This light and satisfying sauce will compliment fresh berries, cake, ice cream or what ever you want to drizzle it over. Reduce the sugar and just eat it plain. Ooooh!!! Maybe over waffles or pancakes.