Using another of my
_and why did I buy this_ ingredients - Media Cream, this recipe was shamelessly borrowed from _Daisy Cooks_ as in Daisy Martinez. Media Crema is sold in cans and found in the ethnic aisle of your grocery. It contains 40 calories and 4 g fat per tablespoon. For comparison, per tablespoon, heavy whipping cream contains 50 calories and 5g fat per while half & half checks in at about 18 calories and 1.5 g of fat. Note: chilling time not included in total prep time.
Bill Kates supplied this recipe as he made it on his very first job when he moved to Boston. He took the job as a soda jerk because he loved the Hot Fudge Sauce at Bailey's Ice Cream Parlor of Boston, Mass. I found the recipe inside his review of Recipe#202009 #202009, and was surprised he had not posted this version himself. Hot Fudge is serious in our family, so I made both the version Bill K made on the job and Recipe#202009. The result of my taste test war? Whatever chocolate you use, that quality will determine the quality of your sauce; skimp, and the taste suffers. I used Hershey's cocoa powder by accident when I made this version, and the distinctive Hershey's taste came through loud and clear. Except for the chocolate source, the end result of both recipes came out about the same. I prefer working in a double boiler because it is easier to keep the chocolate from getting too hot.
A nice, basic recipe for making yummy flan! Spanish influenced but also popular in the Southwest, Mexico and the Caribbean! This is also widely popular in Cuba and since there is such a large Cuban population in Florida, I guess that makes puts this in a Southern category too!
This is the most popular of the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream bases. It holds up well in a home freezer, and it's easy! From here, the sky's the limit ... follow a tried and true recipe, or make up that fantasy flavor you've always dreamed of. This recipe is posted in response to a request ... hope it helps!
this is exactly like the blue moon ice cream that can be found in northern michigan at kilwins. Its also the same that i used to have in the summers as a kid in the 70's. there isn't any pineapple or alcohol in this!!
I have made this quite often for a dessert. To save time you can bake the oatmeal/butter mixture, and then crumble hours in advance, just make certain to crumble the mixture while it is still hot. I have even sprinkled packaged toffee baking bits on top...yummmmmm! Prep time includes chilling time.
I made this recipe after falling in love with Coldstone and Carvel's Cake Batter Ice Cream.
I recommend using Splenda instead of sugar since there is sugar in the cake mix.
You can use 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract if you please. You can also use 3/4 cup of cake mix.
THIS RECIPE IS TO USE WITH AN ICE CREAM MAKER (MINE IS BY CUISINART)
This is excellent, makes a lot, and keeps well. Be sure to follow the directions. I had it go sugary on me once and I believe it was because I tried to mix the water in too fast. Number of servings is difficult to decide - it has so many uses and sometimes I put a tablespoon over ice cream and sometimes I use a cup or more for recipes calling for caramel sauce. But since Zaar makes me pick a number I picked 48.
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.
This recipe has been a big hit at family gatherings and potlucks for years! It could also be used as a light dessert. I have also used French Vanilla pudding mix. It makes a large amount so make sure to use a very large mixing bowl.
It is a delicious carmel spread from Brazil. I got this from a friend who was an exchange student there, it is the most addicting thing ever, watch out, this is NOT low in fat...quite the contrary :)but soooo worth it.
Posted for Zaar World Tour II, this traditional Chilean treat is from Eliana Parra's Aunt Rose and Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant. These empanadas may also be simply made using your favorite flavor of canned pie filling.
My family loves Flan, I usually bake it in a round cake pan, But you can use ramekins. This recipe is NOT a hard as it looks. For best results make Flan a day ahead to let the caramel form a slightly liquefied layer. Time does not include cooling time.