Candy Cane Ice Cream Sauce

Candy Cane Ice Cream Sauce
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I have had this recipe written in my recipe journal since the early 1990s, waiting to be made.  I am shocked that I waited so long to make it because this stuff is seriously amazing.  I have been doling it out to my friends by the spoonful.  It’s been like, “Oh, you have come by to visit me?  Open your mouth, taste this.”  No one has been disappointed.Candy Cane Ice Cream SauceBefore I go further, don’t forget to visit all of the other amazing Christmas Week participants:

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    Candy Cane Ice Cream SauceThe color of this sauce comes from melting candy canes.  I am thinking that, although peppermint is my favorite, it would be fun to make this with all of the other flavors available, too.  Cinnamon sauce, tootie fruitie sauce (but those rainbow candy canes might melt into a gross color), cherry, bubblegum; there are some great possibilities.  And this is probably the easiest sauce ever: melt cream, marshmallow fluff and candy canes.  Boom!  You are done.

    5.0 from 2 reviews

    Candy Cane Ice Cream Sauce for #ChristmasWeek and #Freund Giveaway
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    Ingredients
    • 1 7 oz jar marshmallow fluff
    • 12 candy canes, unwrapped
    • ¾ cup heavy cream
    Instructions
    1. Combine all of the ingredients in a saucepan.
    2. It may seem a sticky mess with all of the marshmallow fluff, but it stirs together quickly.
    3. Cook, stirring occasionally over medium low heat until the candy is melted.
    4. There were a few tiny bits of cane that may not melt, if that happens, just spoon them out and discard.
    5. Pour into a jar and refrigerate.
    6. Use over ice cream, cake or eat it plain.

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21 thoughts on “Candy Cane Ice Cream Sauce

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  2. Oh Tay would love this. She is really into candy cane flavors this year. Sometimes I forget to buy them and she only gets a few during the season (poor baby awww…) but this year I bought a box of small ones. She’s going to want this sauce! And so am I. :-)

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