Ice Cream Toppings
Not content with just the creamy goodness of ice cream, numerous recipes for ice cream toppings will make your big bowl of ice cream even better. And with a variety of topping options, there's something to please every member of the family.See Popular Ice Cream Toppings Recipes
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Drizzle this warm, delectable dessert sauce over ice cream, cake or pie for a sweet ending to any meal.
For breakfast, spoon this syrup over French toast or waffles. For dessert, try it over ice cream.
Raspberry and chocolate make a sauce that is perfect as a gift. You can serve this over ice cream, cake, or fresh fruit.
Drizzle this warm caramel sauce on ice cream or slices of pound cake.
Coffee-flavored liqueur or spiced rum can be used to make these cinnamon and sugar bananas. Use them to top ice cream or yogurt.
Stir together just two ingredients, maple syrup and molasses, for a sweetly sensational pancake syrup that's ready in virtually minutes.
With hints of citrus, fresh herbs and white wine, this phenomenal dessert perfectly captures the essence of the classic Spanish beverage. When buying peaches, look for intensely fragrant fruit that gives slightly to palm pressure; avoid those with signs of greening.
Serve this sweet, nutty and rich sauce over ice cream, frozen yogurt or pound cake.
Some dangerous liaisons, such as hot bittersweet fudge sauce and cold vanilla ice cream, are definitely worth the risk.
Serve these warm sliced apples coated with creamy caramel and peanut butter sauce to a very happy crowd.
Spoon this rich chocolate sauce over ice cream and sprinkle with nuts if desired.
Put ice cream into molds, freeze, and then decorate your frozen snack with melted chocolate and sprinkles.
To make your own applesauce for the ice cream in this recipe, simmer peeled, cored apple quarters with a little water until soft.
Ready in fewer than 20 minutes, this low-calorie fruit sauce is delicious over frozen yogurt.
Quince, an ancient fruit, is a symbol of love and commitment. Available in fall and early winter, it often appears in holiday recipes. Serve this sauce on angel food, pound cake, or gingerbread.