|by Theron Hiles|
This 1893 volume attempts to "record some of the more prominent features regarding Ice as it affects health, convenience and industry of the people.
1 - 10 of 131 for german chocolate icing
In saucepan bring to boil chocolate, milk, butter, ... very moist). Slice ice cream over cookie ... Spread with Cool Whip. Freeze. Cut into squares and serve.
Cream shortening, slowly ... in buttermilk. Melt chocolate in 1/2 cup ... floured, 350 degrees. Combine and cook over low heat until thick. Add nuts last.
Cook and stir 12 minutes, add:
Cook until thick. Add 3/4 cup chopped nuts and 1 cup or more coconut. Let cool.
Mix all ingredients ... pecans. Cool then ice cake. If icing is too thin ... it thickens up. This makes enough to ice a three layer German chocolate cake.
Cook over medium ... brown. Continue to cook until its the texture you want. Note: This makes even a German chocolate cake mix taste like it was from scratch!
Melt butter, add sugar, milk, and egg yolks. Cook until it thickens. Add pecans, coconut, and vanilla. Cool.
In mixer bowl, ... combined. Add cream, chocolate, vanilla and ... to 5 quart ice cream freezer, freeze ... directions. Ripen ice cream. Makes 4 quarts.
Combine in saucepan and cook. Stir over medium heat until thick, about 12 minutes. Add about 1 1/3 cup shredded coconut and 1 cup nuts, chopped. Beat ...
Combine evaporated milk, ... chopped pecans and coconut. Cool to lukewarm beating occasionally. Spread on freshly baked German chocolate cake. Delicious!
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