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No-Churn homemade icecream

No-Churn homemade icecream
This ice cream recipe has only four ingredients, takes less than 10 minutes to make, and will leave you wanting more every time. Grab 5 fresh strawberries. You can use any fruit you like, or add 1 teaspoon vanilla extract and top with hot fudge. Wash and slice the fruit, then put it in a food processor. Add 1 tablespoon of sugar and pulse until the fruit is pureed. Add the pureed fruit to a large mixing bowl. Add 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons of powdered (confectioner’s) sugar to the fruit. Followed by 2-1/2 cups of heavy whipping cream. No need to mess up the big standing mixer for this. That’s a soft peak, just able to hold its shape. Pour this wonderful concoction into a covered container and into the freeze for 3-5 hours. I made some pecan shortbread to serve with the ice-cream…….or was it the other way around? Enjoy!!! the wanna be country girl – Caroline

Extra-Creamy Cooked Cream Cheese Icing | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn Do you love cream cheese icing? Do you consider it the best part of carrot cake and red velvet cupcakes? If so, then you need to try this recipe. It's old-fashioned, and it takes a little more time, but oh, it's worth it. This is so creamy, so rich — and it tastes of cream cheese all the way. My curiosity about cooked cream cheese frosting was piqued by Emma's recipe for carrot sheet cake, where she mentioned that her aunt usually used a cooked cream cheese frosting. This method is totally different. If you have a stand mixer, this is a very hands-off process. It produces a creamy icing that tastes lusciously of tangy cream cheese, without butter clogging up the flavor. I tested this icing several different ways. The final method I settled on was the most reliable, at least for me. I find that this is best eaten within 3 days or so. Extra-Creamy Cooked Cream Cheese Icing makes enough icing to sandwich and cover two 9-inch cake layers • Get the Cake Recipe: Dark and Damp Molasses Cake

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Pumpkin Party | Keep It Sweet Don't miss the latest sweets and specials from Keep It Sweet Desserts! Sign up for our newsletter!The HelloBar - a little bar that gets noticed! Open 0 items – $0.00 You are here: Home > Pumpkin Party Pumpkin Party Posted on September 29, 2011 by Keep It Sweet in Uncategorized Print Post Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on pinterest_shareMore Sharing Services0 It’s time for the next blog party! Pumpkin & Sausage Baked Pasta from I Was Born to Cook Slow Cooker Maple Pumpkin Spice Lattes from The Yummy Life Pumpkin Spice Pancakes from Julie’s Eats & Treats Pumpkin Pancakes from the Spiffy Cookie Cinnamon Pumpkin Waffles from Chocolate & Carrots Pumpkin French Toast from Fashion Fitness Foodie Maple Pumpkin Pie Yogurt Breakfast Parfait from The Yummy Life Pumpkin Cranberry Parfait from bran appetit! Individual Pumpkin Trifles from the Avid Appetite Eggnog Pumpkin Bread from Veronica’s Cornucopia Whole Wheat Nutella Pumpkin Bread from Chocolate & Carrots Pumpkin Chocolate Cheesecake Bars

Baked Garlic Potato Wedges Recipe I have made these Baked Garlic Potato Wedges many many times, each time with some variation or the other, and it has always come out super well. Its a pity these baked potato wedges took this long to show up here but the main reason is, this is a recipe I always use to show off how awesome I am (works each time like a charm) so its almost always made when I have someone visiting. Finally, I decided enough is enough and managed two quick photos on the side table before I served them. I should say that my skills of cutting potato into wedges have greatly improved since the first time, purely out of practice. I had plans to make a video of how to get perfect potato wedges but that will have to wait for another time. Meanwhile, make bake these! There's a reason why they are the most popular recipe on Shaheen's blog. Baked Garlic Potato WedgesServes 2Adapted from Purple Foodie How to Make Baked Potato Wedges 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Note:

Perfect Buttercream | stetted You know the scene – you’re at a party, and it’s time for the cake to be served. The cake sure looks beautiful, but the frosting … well, you never can tell with frosting. On the cake it all kind of looks the same. The flavor is a mystery. Will it send you running for your toothbrush with its sweetness? Or even worse, will it taste like a dollop of butter? Both can ruin a good cake and cause people to doubt the skills of the cake baker. Last week I was roped into asked to coordinate last-minute baby shower for one of our temps whose last day was Friday. Megan’s Perfect Buttercream makes enough to fill and frost a 9-inch two-layer cake 2 sticks (8 ounces total) butter, softened 6 cups sifted powdered sugar 4 tablespoons milk (I use whole) 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon almond extract Dump everything into a large bowl (preferably stand mixer bowl with whisk attachment).

Banana Bread Pancake Recipe Here’s what I know about pancakes. They taste good with cherries. Apples and bacon too. They make slept-in mornings with toothpaste stains eight thousand times better. They are what my dad stuffs with blueberries. They probably wouldn’t be good with things like broccoli or beans… because that’s just weird. Oh! They taste extra excellent with ice cream on top. Even better steaming hot with oozing butter… then ice cream on top. They save marriages. They aren’t the best choice for breakfast when you want to wear a string bikini. They often slip you into a welcoming food coma that causes you to desk nap. They are darn good. They are cake. Seriously. Now hold your horses. I feel bad declining him day after day. But it’s the combination… the bananas, the brown sugar, the maple vanilla glaze… that has etched this breakfast into the rotation at our house. There is a reason this is huge. So now people can eat banana bread without stuffing an entire loaf down their face. makes 12 pancakes 1/4 teaspoon salt

A Taste of Koko: Hot chocolate Uncategorized “There’s nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with Chocolate” Linda Grayson This is my take on ‘Hot Chocolate’. Instead of the typical cup of steaming hot chocolate, these cups are made 100% out of chocolate. Perfect for a party to entertain your guests. You get a cold creaminess from whipped cream, sweetness and crunch from chocolate cup, and heat from the cayenne pepper. Prepare to have your taste buds dancing to a sweet and spicy tune! I seem to be doing more social media now a days but I still enjoy baking up a storm in the kitchen. Chocolate cups. To make these chocolate cups, melt about 4 ounces to make 3 cups. I suggest using a high quality melting chocolate. Place the chocolate covered balloons on a pan covered with parchment paper. You can either let the balloon sit for 30 minutes or stick them into the fridge to harden up faster. Chocolate Mousse.Adapted from Alton Brown Chill 1/2 cup whipping cream in refrigerator. Fill first with chocolate mousse

A Fast Way to Bake Cookies: Use a Waffle IronFine Cooking | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn We don't have a waffle iron. It's one of those small appliances that's only good for one thing, and we don't eat that one thing often enough to warrant owning one. But if we could use it to make cookies? Maybe we'd reconsider. We saw this tip at Fine Cooking and were immediately intrigued. However, if you're someone who rations out her dough, baking just a couple of cookies at a time so that they're always hot and fresh, this could be a great method. We haven't tried this recipe, and we can't (see above note about not owning a waffle iron), but we're curious if anyone else has made cookies this way. • Get the recipe: Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip Waffle Cookies, from Fine Cooking Related: Fudge and Walnut Oatmeal Cookies (Image: Alexandra Grablewski)