Top your favorite Amish Friendship Bread with this Southern Comfort Glaze for an extra kick! Thanks to Kitchen Friend Melanie Johnson for submitting this recipe.
Kitchen Friend Paula Altenbach added this glaze to one of her favorite Amish Friendship Bread recipes: I paired it with Cranberry Orange Amish Friendship Bread. The recipe called for ⅔ cup confectioners sugar. This left it very thin so I upped the sugar to a generous 1 cup which made it thicker, yet able to be drizzled. After tasting the glaze it had a ‘hot’ alcohol flavor. Slowly I added some Sunflower Market Natural Orange Flavor to a total of 1 teaspoon. This mellowed the flavor and made perfect sense after tasting it.
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Southern Comfort Glaze
- ⅔ cup powdered sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 teaspoons heavy cream or half and half
- 1 shot Southern Comfort
- Mix ingredients together in microwave-proof bowl.
- Put in microwave and cook on medium until melted.
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How can I make this wonderful recipe without the Amish Starter? BTW, the Southern Comfort Glaze is spectacular too!!!
I love all your recipes and the bread always comes out perfect.
This past week I made Gingerbread and Date nut bread and they both were so good.
Darien Gee says
Yay, thank you so much for letting me know, Joyce! I really appreciate it and glad you’re having a great time with the recipes!