The BBQ sauce itself is, in fact, vegetarian . So, here you go! If you are here for non-vegetarian reasons I’m sure you’ll find many uses for it. If you are a vegetarian, well, hey, I make it now…there’s always parties, right ? Plus maybe you like it! Anyway, here is the super easy recipe.
Okay people. Frosting is HELLA hard to do without powdered sugar. I have tried and tried and tried and this is what I’ve got. It isn’t exactly like “normal” frosting, but it does work well and taste good. I do intend to keep reinventing frosting and see what other types I can come up with, but this works well as a basic cream cheese frosting. It has just a touch of a very pleasant maple flavor.
I’ve figured out a few more, and figured out how to do closed-face savory kolaches, so I thought I’d share with you . So, this post is rather simple, but it goes along with the earlier kolache dough recipes. Truvia is, in fact, gluten-free, so you can use these fillings with Jennifer’s kolache bread recipe if you’d like.
We have vanilla ice cream left over from a party in our freezer right now. Problem is, the pie it was originally served with is long gone, and I find vanilla ice cream quite dull without anything to dress it up . Unusually for me, chocolate syrup was what sounded good. However, I don’t actually like store-bought syrup much, and if I’m gonna make it, I may as well make it so Sean can have it!
No, this does not contain any actual butter! I believe the name comes from the fact that you can spread it on toast just like butter–buttering with apples, as it were . More accurately, it is somewhere between apple sauce and jam or marmalade; you use it like jam (up to and including in a PB&J, if you like the flavors that way!), but it’s made of very very cooked apples, like applesauce. As a matter of fact, I will mark where you can stop in this recipe and have wonderfully tasty homemade applesauce.