|The Maple Syrup Cookbook|
|by Ken Haedrich|
Using maple syrup as the sugar ingredient, this book includes the classics plus relishes, breads, and desserts.
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Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in Kool-Aid. Chill well. Add kids and crushed ice!
Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in Kool-Aid. Chill. Ready for the crushed ice.
Bring sugar and water to boil. Remove; add Kool-Aid. Cool. Refrigerate until ready to use. Pour over shaved or crushed ice.
Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in kool-aid. Chill. It's now ready for the crushed ice.
Prepare cake mix ... 1/2 cup Karo syrup and red food ... under cake. When cake is cut, blood will ooze... Place inverted cone on top of cake to form stem.
1. Make cake ... four multi-colored cake cones with 2 tablespoons ... cornstarch or corn syrup) on scoop ... canned icing) for frosting the top of the cakes.
Put the crushed ... glass and drizzle syrup over cone. Serve. You ... above. Frozen cones can also be made from frozen Kool-Aid or other prepared drinkgs.
Combine butter, sugar, molasses and corn syrup into medium saucepan. ... Cool on wire rack. Just before serving, fill with whipped cream. Makes 15 cookies.
Mix first 6 ... Shape into 6 cone-shaped patties. Roll ... pineapple slices in a shallow baking dish. Bake until brown in 375 degree oven for about 30 minutes.
In a large ... and allow sugar syrup to cook until ... form a tall cone. Any remaining ... cause the caramel to not harden properly. Makes 12-15 servings.
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