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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Slow Cooker Thursday


Butterscotch Fondue
Dipping fruit, berries, cake, or brownies in this rum-laced confection is a completely luscious pleasure.

2 14-ounce cans sweetened condensed milk
2 C packed brown sugar
1 C butter; melted
2/3 C light corn syrup
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 C rum or milk
Apple slices, fresh whole strawberries, cubed sponge cake, and/or cubed brownies

In a slow cooker stir together all the ingredients except the rum or milk. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 3 hrs (do not cook on high-heat setting). Whisk in rum or milk until smooth. Keep warm on low-heat setting for up to 2 hrs, stirring occasionally.

13 comments:

Much More Than A Mom said...

Mmmmmm! My dad would love that - thanks! He's a butterscotch nut!

Beck said...

Aaaaah. No wonder I'm so fat!

Sandra said...

OMG I love butterscotch....DROOL!!!

This is a must try for me, thanks so much for sharing, I don't know whether to hug you because it's so good, or reprimand you because of the weight I'll put on LOL

Michelle said...

YUM!!!

Kathleen Marie said...

This recipe is going with me to Nebraska when we have our fondue night. Fabulous! Thank you!

Tammy said...

Sounds yummylisious!!
:-D

K.T. said...

That sounds delicious!!Sounds like a great thing to take to a party!I LOVE BUTTERSCOTCH@@@@

Miranda said...

Ohh..that sounds good. I think i have all the ingredients on hand, I'll have to make it the next time John is home.

PEA said...

Oh boy, now THAT'S a recipe I would definitely love...yummmm! I'm still giggling at beck's comment! lol

Tammy and Parker said...

oh. yum.

Dori (Aviva's mommy) said...

YUMMY...I love butterscotch!!

HUGS!

Linda said...

Wow! (I was going to say yummy, but I see it's been done). It really does sound delicious!!

Deb said...

Oh wow, that recipe is perfect! Just made some brownies for incoming company this weekend. I'm definately going to use that recipe. :) Thanks for sharing!