These are decadently rich, chocolatey cookies inspired by Australian cook Donna Hay. They have a distinct hint of festive peppermint from the candy cane ...
from an old handwritten card. this recipe originally called for fresh ice cream straight out of the ice cream churn. i took this to be at that time when the ice cream is still soft before you set it in the freezer to harden. anyway if you want to follow
it sounds like a mouthful, and is... a mouthful of flavors! i came across this recipe while trying to find something to make with all of the apples coming off of our trees. i have no idea what website i got it from, but i'm sure thankful i found it. i ser
my own mad scientist experiment! because of the amarula, (and after doing a little "side-step" after drinking two of these *as it actually made 2 servings for me), the name i gave it seemed to fit! it's light, creamy and not too strong. hope you enjoy it!
when our kids went to band camp, i used to volunteer. a school cook who worked at the camp showed me how to make this recipe. now i make it for my grandkids and to share at get togethers with our friends. it's great on hot dogs too.
this is a recipe i adopted from the recipezaar account. kc cooker tested it out as part of an adoptee swap and had some great suggestions. i've changed the recipe to incorporate her suggestions and i think the end result is a nice improvement.
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