A quick basic cocoa frosting that isn't overly sweet -- I like it with toasted pecans! Make it mocha by adding instant coffee granules -- or leave out the pecans, and add the coffee granules, hazelnut extract and 1/2 cup hazelnut spread to make a hazelnut coffee frosting! (SEE NOTE) This frosting can be used on Recipe #285364 :) and is a great addition to Recipe #266977 :)
This recipe is by Mary Lucile Jordan (deceased), County Extension Coordinator with the Etowah County office of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, and was published in an online edition of The Gadsden Times.
Small batch fudge glaze; just enough for an 8x8 pan of brownies, a loaf sized cake, or several cupcakes! Make it mocha by adding instant coffee granules, or change up the extract for different flavors! I frosted Recipe #491541 with this mocha glaze!
Recipe featured on The Daily Meal -- All Things Food and Drink ---------- In 1820, Missouri enacted legislation to tax bachelors between 21 and 50 years of age $1 per year for being unmarried. Bake these cookies that look like buttons -- or are they flowers? Either way, they’re easy, and cute enough to serve at a party.
Modified from EatingWell, March/April 2010. The fresh, tangy elements of a Greek salad—tomato, cucumber, feta, olives and lemony vinaigrette—pair well with rich-tasting anchovies. Serve with: Warm pita bread and a cold beer.
Modified from dallasnews.com's recipe by Tina Danze, published: August 10, 2011. NOTE: Recently I saw a tip on America's Test Kitchen (or Cook's Country) to use frozen okra (thawed and blotted dry) in recipes, because decent fresh okra is hard to find in grocery stores!