This was so easy to make and tastes delicious. I was also able to use some with some red food coloring to decorate the cake. I have had it written on a piece of paper for a long time.. don't know where I got it, but I needed to make a cake today and remembered this. This makes enough to frost and fill a two layer 9 inch cake, or frost a sheet cake.
This recipe comes from The Doanleigh Inn in Kansas City, Missouri. I got it from a web site. I made some adjustments when I prepared it. I only used one cup of sour cream and 1 tablespoon of vanilla. I put on enough brown sugar to completely cover the blueberries, probably 1 to 1 1/4 cups. It really was quite delicious. The blueberries stay plump and juicy. One left over was quite good the next day, eaten cold. I suggest you play around with the proportions too. Very impressive dessert.
Fresh marinated peaches, whipped cream and brown sugar is broiled until the cream is bubbling and the brown sugar has melted and created a thin crust. Not an authentic crème brûlée, but it has all the elements. A fast dessert that tastes like heaven. From Lucy Waverman at Food and Drink.
I always use this when I decorate cakes and I get many, many compliments on the wonderful taste. It is not that usual shortening-and-sugar-bakery-icing taste. If I am not using it to decorate a cake with, I use my all butter variation: Recipe #261024.
A cold, refreshing drink for hot summer afternoons. Mint iced tea & orange juice, sweetened with honey. Great for both kids and adults, so it's nice to keep on hand for summer entertaining or just for the family. Prep time doesn't include the time it takes for the tea to get cold.
I think this is a great caramel popcorn recipe, and I have tried quite a few! They were either too sticky or too sweet. This one is neither. The caramel dries well and doesn't stick to your fingers, and the sweetness is just right. I use spanish peanuts in this, but you could use other kinds of nuts, too. Here I was searching for the perfect caramel corn recipe, when all the while it was right in my recipe box! This is done in the microwave, and is very simple to make.
Once I tried these, I never bothered making 'traditional' sugar cookies again. A soft, flavorful cookie that is a MUST for me at Christmas. Note, the original recipe said they were cut-out cookies but I never was able to get them to work well that way. That is why I make the round ones as described.