American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A fudgelike confection of brown sugar, cream or milk, and chopped nuts.
- n. A fudge made from brown sugar, butter, milk, and nuts.
- n. fudge made with brown sugar and butter and milk and nuts
- Variant of panocha. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Toss up between a tangy lemon cream cheese and a caramel-y penuche.”
“Mini yellow cupcakes dunked in a penuche-like caramel glaze!”
“Toast the nuts for the penuche in dry skillet over medium heat until they turn slightly brown.”
“I brought back from Vermont a pound each of chocolate and penuche fudge for office sharing and have been industriously monitoring which is going faster.”
“The results are surprising: although the chocolate is maintaining a consistent edge, the penuche is holding its own.”
“I went with a penuche frosting recipe suggested by Cupcake Project, originally from Southern Food on About.com.”
“Here's what I'm going to do, based on an idea from Three Tarts in the Trib yesterday: one regular pumpkin pie and one with a layer of penuche on top.”
“Cupcakes Take The Cake: Apple spice cupcakes with caramel penuche frosting skip to main”
“Apple spice cupcakes with caramel penuche frosting”
“Cool shop with a nice selection of old stuff mixed with newer high-end/boutique chocolates, and they also make their own penuche!”
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