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Quick and Easy Hard Sauce

Hard Sauce | Bread Pudding Sauce Recipe | Rich Dessert Sauce

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This quick and easy, sweet and rich Hard Sauce recipe may be packed into small molds, refrigerated, and served unmolded, sliced thin.

Our family enjoys old fashion pudding desserts. This is a favorite Bread Pudding no cook sauce that I make. You can serve it plain, or easily turn it into either a rum hard sauce or brandy hard sauce.

Be sure to check out my recent recipes for New Orleans Bread Pudding and easy Bread Pudding. The nice thing about bread pudding is that you can use day-old bread or leftover French baguette or Italian bread.

This sweet sauce is magnificent on Pumpkin Bread Pudding too!

Try this sweet, rich dessert sauce whether it’s for your family’s Sunday Supper, or Christmas Pudding.

Quick and Easy Hard Sauce

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Bread Pudding Sauce Recipe

 

Dessert Hard Sauce Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Serves 6

Dessert Hard Sauce Recipe

This rich, sweet sauce may be packed into small molds, refrigerated, and served unmolded, sliced thin.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup softened Cabot butter
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 pound Domino confectioners' powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon McCormick vanilla (may substitute rum or brandy extract, if desired)
  • grated nutmeg, to taste

Instructions

  1. Using high speed of electric mixer , beat the butter, salt, and sugar up together.
  2. Add the vanilla and sprinkle with nutmeg, if desired.
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Adapted from: Yankee Magazine’s New England Recipes

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