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Lucy Saunders
4230 N. Oakland #178
Shorewood WI
53211 USA
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Browse recipes of type: dessert and sweets
Has yielded 13 result(s).

  1. Lambic Sabayon -
  2. IPA Beer Donuts -
  3. Maple Ale Apple Fritters -
  4. Porter Gingerbread with Caramel Malt Glaze -
  5. Hefeweiss Lemon Mousse -
  6. Frozen Mango Meringue -
  7. Raspberry Lambic Ice Cream - A refreshing end to any meal.
  8. Speedy Stout Mocha Freeze - Start with coffee ice cream, add stout, stir and freeze - luscious on an August night.
  9. Apricot Ale Frozen Custard - Try this with fresh berries or grilled apricot halves.
  10. Spicy Spiked Ice Cream -
  11. Bavarian Weiss Chocolate Cake - For best results: Chill Tabernash Weiss prior to use, carefully decant top half of bottle into separate glass, vigorously swirl what is left in the bottle of beer and then dump bottle into mixing bowl (With a smile, drink what you poured in the glass)
  12. Caramelized Malt Clusters - Inspired by the Brewmasters Bar Snack from the Palace Kitchen, here are sweet nuggets of spent grain to sprinkle on your salads.
  13. Honey Ale Creme Bars -

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