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Crème Brulee Cheesecake Bars Recipe | Crazy for Crust

Family Fun Mom: Pina Colada Trifle for non alcoholic trifle I will use rum extract instead.

Rum Cake II I use 1/2 c. + 2T rum in place of extract for the cake batter. Once I've removed the cake from the bundt pan, I then make up 1/2 of the rum glaze recipe and pour even more on top to soak in over night. AMAZING.

An answer to the question, "What am I ever going to make with the root beer extract in my cabinet?"

Root Beer Float Fudge - Lady Behind the Curtain - This root beer float fudge really tastes like a root beer float! A nice change from the dark chocolate fudge.

Root Beer Bundt Cake with Root Beer Fudge Frosting. I love making this one - it's an awesome cake for chocolate lovers.

My mom used to make Root Beer Fudge every Christmas but the recipe got lost. This sounds a lot like the one she made and WE LOVED!

Root Beer Float Fudge --- You get a yummy creamy root beer flavored fudge topped with fluffy white marshmallows to resemble to foam on top of a root beer float.

Root Beer Fudge #1 3 c. sugar; ¾ c. butter; 1 c. heavy cream; pinch salt; 3 c. white chocolate morsels; 1½ c. marshmallow cream; 3 tsp root beer concentrate (I use McCormicks) In large saucepan, heat sugar, butter, salt + cream until combined. Bring to a boil + stir continuously for 4 min. Remove from heat. Quickly stir in white chocolate + marshmallow. Whisk in vigorously until smooth, be patient this will take a couple min. Pour half of mixture into a parchment paper lined 13x9 baking dish.

Hot Milk Sponge Cake Recipe from 1800s | The Heart of New England

This fudge is a classic recipe from the 1800s, and its as delicious today as it was in the past. Its made with just a few simple ingredients, and is a tasty sweet treat that everyone will love. It makes an excellent gift, too. You might find us sneaking...

Banana Pudding Layer Cake -- three layers of cake stuffed with the BEST banana pudding EVER!!

South Your Mouth: Mud Hen Brownies

Blackberry Dumpling Dessert Recipe

Mexican Wedding Cookies-also called Wedding cakes or Snowballs- Pecans, a few simple ingredients and lots of powdered sugar!