|The Ice Cream Machine Cookbook|
|by Melissa Clark|
From rich ice custards to lighter sorbets to low-fat ice milk and frozen yogurts, this cookbook tempts all ice cream lovers.
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You can make this ahead of time and store it in a sealed container in the refrigerator so that it will be ready for breakfast each morning. Whisk ...
Preheat a waffle iron. Whip the ... baked waffles with confectioner's sugar and top with whipped cream. Sliced strawberries or peaches may be served on top.
Mix this biscuit ... upon size). Preheat waffle maker according to ... another tbsp. biscuit mix; if batter is too thick, add another tbsp. milk or water.
Cream together the ... Cook in pre-heated waffle iron and bake ... color and steaming stops. Serve with vanilla flavored whipped cream or brown sugar sauce.
Dissolve yeast in ... overnight. Stir down batter. Pour onto center of a hot, seasoned waffle iron. Bake each waffle about ... or until steaming stops.
Combine warm water ... next morning, preheat waffle iron. Beat in ... thin batter onto a well-heated and seasoned waffle iron, and bake until golden brown.
Combine ingredients and serve with pancakes or waffles. Store any ... Schnapps may be substituted as a variation to make a butterscotch flavored syrup.
Beat eggs well. Beat in remaining ingredients with a rotary until. Bake about 5 minutes or until iron is no longer steaming. NOTE: If using ...
Note: If using ... peaks form (not dry). Fold into batter and bake in waffle iron about 4 minutes or until steaming stops and waffles are golden brown.
Sift flour and ... whites. Bake each waffle on a piping ... Chicken a La King, reduce sugar by 1 tablespoon. In dessert recipes, add a teaspoon of vanilla.
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