|Milk (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Tells the story of milk from the time it is taken from the cow on the dairy farm through to its processing and distribution to users.
Tip: Try milk caramel frosting for more results.
1 - 8 of 8 for carnation milk caramel frosting
Mix 1 1/3 cups of milk and the vinegar; reserve remaining milk for frosting. Heat oven ... teaspoons water until frosting is smooth and of spreading consistency.
Mix together and ... sugar, butter and milk. Bring to boil ... minute. Remove from heat and add confectioners' sugar and flavoring (and nuts, if desired).
Combine and boil ... and add 1 teaspoon vanilla and beat until consistency to spread. If needed add milk, a few drops at a time. Very good on prune cake.
Mix flour and ... other mixture has boiled good, pour sugar into milk mixture and cook until soft ball stage. Then beat with electric mixer until smooth.
Mix good, it ... small blocks of caramel candy to mixture. ... candy melts. Then add teaspoon of vanilla, 1 teaspoon butter flavor. Stir good and stack cake.
Boil butter, brown sugar and milk for about 1 ... confectionery sugar and beat until smooth. Spread on cooled cake. Place pecans or walnut halves on top.
Combine and mix according to directions on the box. Bake in 3 thin layers. Cook 350 degrees 25 minutes. Combine and boil 3 minutes. Beat until ...
Mix ingredients and cook to soft ball stage. Remove from heat and add 1/2 teaspoon salt and 2 teaspoon vanilla. Beat until right consistency to ...
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