|The Best of Ice Cream: A Cookbook|
|by Malvina C. Kinard|
In this elegantly illustrated guide to mouth-watering ice creams, sorbets, and frozen yogurts--all prepared using only natural ingredients--the au...
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Attach marshmallows with dab of icing or gel. Insert pretzel ... use gel or icing and fruit flavor candies. Use icing for hair; top with gumdrops for hats.
1. Thaw and ... edges with green gel. Decorate with candy dots and candy decorations, attaching them to the wreaths with a dot of gel. Yield: 20 cookies.
Attach marshmallows with dab of cake mate icing or gel. Insert pretzel ... decors. Use star or writing tip for hair top with decors or gum drops for hats.
Bake cake mix ... of frosting. Use gel for mouth and eyes. Use candy for some eyes. Use icing for hair. Note: Make mouth round to look like they are singing.
Mix eggs, butter ... 350 degrees on a ungreased cookie sheet, for 8-9 minutes. Remove and cool. Use red icing gel to make mouth and brown to make a broom.
Peel mangoes and ... 1/2 cup shaved ice. Pour 1/4 ... fruits may be substituted with cherries, crushed pineapple, papaya, or any other ripe fruits in season.
Mix in large bowl with mixer on medium speed. Cream butter and sugar until fluffy, beat in vanilla and continue beating until well mixed. Add flour, ...
Empty gelatin into ... dessert dishes the ice cream or sherbet. ... your own favorite flavors of gelatin and ice cream for a rainbow of sundae toppings.
Sprinkle gelatin over ... stirring constantly until gel dissolves, about 3 ... Freeze 3-4 hours until firm. Freeze in bowl or gelatin mold. Scoop into bowls.
Cut cake crosswise ... until smooth. Spoon icing evenly over cake ... about 2 hours or until set. Decorate as desired with decorator gel. Makes 16 cakes.
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