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over Chess Squares.
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So sometimes when you are having dessert, like ice cream, or squares, maybe some cake, it's nice to have a little sauce that goes on top. So today I am going to make some Jack's Whiskey Buttermilk Butterscotch Sauce.
So we start by adding some butter. Give that a little melt. To our slightly melted butter we will add some sugar. I am just going to give that a little bit of a stir, some butter milk, and some corn syrup. So stirring constantly, the butter will melt, everything will begin to blend together nicely. So the butter is melted. It's down to a light simmer. We just need to wait for the sugars to dissolve.
Alright. So that looks pretty good. I am going to turn that down, turn that off. Add the Jack Daniel's. That's quite a scent. Remember that although it needs to be clear, it's not going to look completely clear because of all the bubbles while you were simmering it.
So there you have it, Jack's Buttermilk Butterscotch Sauce, good for ice creams, squares, cake, anything you like. Test it with a lot of different things. I personally reality like it with Town Square Chess Squares.