Dessert sauces

Guest is Becky Justice

Carmel Sauce

2-sticks of butter(salted)

Sea Salt



In a saucepan: Bring to a boil butter/pinch of sea salt/3 1/2 pounds of brown sugar while constantly stirring….…

Remove from heat quickly after it boils and add a pint or quart of heavy cream(depending on desired thickness)

serve warm over brownies or serve cold in a squirt bottle over cheesecake with chocolate sauce

add more sea salt if you want more of a salted carmel taste

*****serve on top of your pumpkin pie or apple pie for extra added yumminess


Raspberry Sauce

1 1/2 cups of sugar

1 Tablespoon of fresh lemon juice

2 - containers of fresh raspberries

In a saucepan: Bring berries/sugar/lemon juice to a boil constantly stirring

Let cool……you can strain it into a squirt bottle and then serve cold with cheesecake or with chocolate cake or brownies


Chocolate/Fudge Sauce


I-12 oz. bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips

1-quart of heavy cream

1cup(or more) of powdered sugar

(Add one stick of butter if you love your family a whole bunch:)

In a sauce pan: heat the chips and cream until no lumps and silky smooth. Remove from heat and add

 powdered sugar for desired sweetness)

Serve warm over any dessert………would even taste good on top of carrots :) just kidding….



Cream Cheese Fruit Dip or Icing for brownies

1-8 oz pkg. of cream cheese

1/2 cup of  whole milk

The zest of one lemon

2 cups of powdered sugar

Mix with a hand mixer: Cream cheese/milk/lemon zest/powdered sugar.  Add more sugar or less to taste :)

Add more milk if you want it thinner

Serve on top of brownies……sugar cookies……as a side cream to cakes and pies


Home-made Whipped Cream

1-quart of Heavy Whipping Cream

-powdered sugar( start with a cup and add to taste if more is needed)

1 tsp. of Cinnamon

Pour entire quart of whipping cream in a bowl: use hand mixer to whip on high until it become slightly firm and add powdered sugar and cinnamon a little at a time)

Great for Apple Pies……Great in coffee and hot chocolate………



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