Wisconsin is famous for more than being "The Dairy State." We are also one of the largest producers (in the world) for the humble cranberry. Here--thanks to Frances Bissell, and her *Preserving Nature's Bounty*--is an ode to the Queen of Thanksgiving dinner.
Who needs store bought syrup anymore. This tastes much better! I have made it many times. Use it for ice cream, chocolate milk, on top of brownies, or chug straight from the bottle...no, I would never do that. ;) This recipe came from the Food Network website where it rates a solid five stars.
How can you go wrong with two of my favourite ingredients? From the Creative Gourmet company.
Serve hot with crepes, hot cakes, steamed pudding etc or chilled with ice cream, chocolate cake, cheesecake and the like.
This is the recipe directly from Wilton's website for their chocolate buttercream decorating icing. You can make it soft and spreadable or as stiff as you need by adjusting the amount of milk or water you add. Just follow the directions and it'll come out perfect every time.
This is the best recipe for taste, presentation and easy for decorating, borders, cupcakes, cakes and such! This yields A LOT!! This works very well with KitchenAids mixers that really make a difference in outcome of frosting! If needed, add a little milk or water to thin out but KA's help, really don't need it. Very stable and can withstand room temp!!
I have been using this method for 30 years, no more thin runny whipped cream and your whipping cream will hold up for days this, is fabulous on cakes --- for 2 cups whipping cream use 2 tsp gelatin in 2 tbsp cold water.