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.
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.
My mother got this recipe from her sister Viv, don't know where she got it, but I love it. It is not too sweet, is soooo creamy smooth. I always loved it when mom made it on a cake for strawberries. I still use it, and love it on a Butter Pecan Cake, I am often asked to bring that for a desert. This frosting would go great on any flavor.For those of us who don't always want a sugary frosting, you can't get better than this.
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! :)
An easy concoction that I made to give barbequed meats a bit of a spicy kick! With all the elements of the Caribbean - Dark Rum, Barbados Brown Sugar, Tropical Pineapple Juice and Fresh Ginger. This will make enough marinade/glaze for about 6 pork chops or pork steaks, 6 chicken breasts etc. Reserve a little of the marinade/glaze to dribble over the cooked meats just before serving. (NOT the marinade/glaze that the meat has been soaking in - as it will contain raw meat juices!)