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    This will fill a 1.5 quart ice cream maker. Creamy & tasty and not as high in fat as other recipes. Easy to vary. The alcohol is added to lower the freezing point so the ice cream does not get rock hard when stored. You can omit it, but then you'll need to take the ice cream out of the freezer about 10 minutes before serving. I like to use it as the filling for ice cream sandwiches and ice cream cakes.

    Recipe #368351

    3 Reviews |  By Jaylee

    I made the Pound Cake Cookies also listed on this site, which were said to be like Lofthouse cookies. Thus, I wanted a frosting to match and this is what I came up with. It's not an exact match, but I think it is pretty good. It's not really for "decorated" cut out cookies, but more a schmear for plain round ones. Add sprinkles for fun & crunch! (It makes exactly enough to generously frost the large 25 cookies I got from the Pound Cake Cookie recipe.)

    Recipe #226371

    1 Reviews |  By Jaylee

    I came up with this quick and hearty dish because I find traditional gumbo too spicy. Even kids will eat this one, and it is very heartwarming on a cold night. Complete proteins, too!

    Recipe #62325


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