|by Liz Franklin|
Who can resist icy desserts? They can capture summer in a cone, add something special to a hot winter dessert, or provide something light and lusc...
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Put sugar, syrup, ... water. Beat egg whites until stiff. Pour ... egg whites while beating with mixer at high speed until stiff. Add vanilla flavoring.
Mix in saucepan. ... Beat 2 egg white until stiff. Pour ... stirring. Blend in 1 teaspoon vanilla. May be tinted green or pink or peppermint flavor added.
Blend sugar, syrup, ... boil, beat egg whites until stiff enough ... beating constantly with beater until it stands in very stiff peaks. Blend in vanilla.
Separate the eggs ... Beat the egg whites stiff and over ... and salt and when cold, the whipped cream; freeze. When custard cools, add this and freeze:
Blend sugar, syrup, ... degrees. Beat egg whites until they stand ... egg whites. Beat constantly until icing stands in very stiff peaks. Blend in vanilla.
Mix first 3 ingredients and boil until thread spins. Beat egg whites until stiff. Add syrup slowly. Blend in vanilla. Enough for 8 or 9 inch cake.
Stir until blended. ... beating 2 egg whites. Beat until ... stands in very stiff peaks. Blend in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. NOTE: Double recipe for 3 layer cake.
Blend sugar and ... thread. Beat egg whites until they stand ... Pour hot syrup in steady stream into beaten egg whites, beating until icing stands stiff.
Stir together until ... start beating egg whites until stiff enough ... peaks. Blend in vanilla. Note: You can use 3 egg whites for an even fluffier frosting.
Cook over boiling water, beating at high speed all the time until it forms soft peaks when you lift the beaters. Remove from fire and beat in 2 ...
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