Brandy sauces are commonly seen in conjunction with pies, gingerbreads, puddings, fruit cakes, even meats. Explore its versatility in recipes such as Stuffed Cornish Hens with Apple Brandy Sauce, Peach Dumplings with Brandy Sauce, or Brandy Cream Sauce.See Popular Brandy Sauce Recipes
Berry-flavored vodka is the secret ingredient in this rich and creamy dessert.
For this attention-grabbing dessert recipe, make the caramelized dessert cups as much as six months before serving. Wrap and freeze them, then thaw and fill with the Brandied Peach Sauce right before serving.
Dried apricots and cherries serve as the sweet-tart starter for this saucy treat. Spoon it over pound cake or coffee cake for a luscious dessert.
This recipe is an updated version of Indian pudding, New England's classic cornmeal and molasses dessert. The cream sauce makes it especially elegant for the holidays.
Serve these brandy-sauced prunes over ice cream, pound cake, or both.
Bourbon-soaked raisins are layered with bread and topped with an egg and cream mixture to make these sophisticated custard desserts.
Why buy chocolate sauce from a can when it's so easy to make from scratch? Mix up this dessert recipe in less than 30 minutes.
Pound cake is layered with cranberry sauce and apricot jam, a spiced pudding mixture, and brandy-spiked whipped cream to create this towering dessert.
For this take on Black Forest cake, fill chocolate biscuits with black cherry ice cream and drizzle with bottled fudge sauce that's been spiked with cherry brandy.
Saute the pears in butter and sugar, then stir in a little rum to make this quick dessert.
These holiday cakes sparkle with red and green candied cherries. Brushing the cakes with melted marmalade and brandy keeps them moist.
These elegant cream cheese molds are served well-chilled and topped with a fresh raspberry sauce and sweet brandy sauce.
A brandy syrup, brushed over the spiced apple cake while still warm, seeps into the interior to flavor every crumb of this dessert.
Fall is in full swing and so is baking season, so bust out those bundt pans and get busy making these beautiful cakes.
Coq au vin, cordon blue, cassoulet: if the words themselves are delicious to say, then these classic comfort-food dishes are even better. Leave it to the French to raise the lowly chicken to sublime heights. You may rely on boneless chicken breasts for your weeknight dinners, those versatile and easy-to-prepare workhorses of family meals everywhere.
An easy homemade chocolate mousse recipe is paired with a fruity raspberry sauce to make an ideal dessert for a special dinner (or a special weeknight!).