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Awesome and Easy Creamy Corn Casserole

Reviewed: Nov. 30, 2013
This had a great taste to it. I had it in the oven for 15 minutes before i realized I FORGOT THE SOUR CREAM! It tasted great without it, i wonder what the difference would be with the sour cream...at any rate it was a crowd pleaser. I am sure you could make this the night before and refridgerate it and bake it for some time to warm it back up and maybe get a crisp top again but it really doesnt take any time at ALL to prep and put together and only 45 mins to cook. Also, once it has been in for its 45 mins don't be alarmed if it seems too soft or your fork doesn't come out smooth..remember the cream corn you put in :) its cooked! just let it sit and it will thicken and be yummy!
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Southern Green Beans

Reviewed: Nov. 30, 2013
This was fantastic. I used russet potatoes, a medium/lg yellow onion & about 7-8 strips of smokey bacon. I eyeballed the amount of chicken broth i used, probably somewhere around 2 cups of chicken broth used. it tasted great. i added garlic powder, peppers & salt but forgot the vinegar. The bacon really makes it flavorful and the onion soaks up the flavors great. Made for Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. Will make in smaller portions for future dinners :)
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Ultimate Twice Baked Potatoes

Reviewed: Nov. 26, 2013
I used large russet potatoes, left out the milk & chives and used about 3 semi large tablespoons of Chez Whiz instead of shredded cheese. my 5 yr old son who never has anything specific to say about anything he eats said it was his new favorite food and he ate 2 of them skin and all! my husband loved them and said i had to have bought them from the frozen section they're just too good! =) ALSO! Instead of baking i microwaved for about 12-14 minutes and it was perfect after baking for 15 at 350 as stated. Very yummy!
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My Country Style Steak

Reviewed: Nov. 19, 2013
I've made this about 3-4 times since discovering it. I tweak it occasionally using ground beef and the cube steak. I prefer to use the beef onion soup mix flavor. yummy to eat on some jasmine rice :)
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Soft Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Nov. 19, 2013
I followed the recipe nearly to a T. I followed reviews suggestions and did not chill for an hour. I decided to roll them into 'small' walnut sized balls since any taller and they get really wide.. I added it up and made about 63 cookies. all about bite size-medium sized. very moist! when i pulled the mfrom the oven i was worried i didnt cook them long enough but they will become stiffer once they cool! 9 minutes was perfect.
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Easy Fruit Cobbler

Reviewed: Nov. 13, 2013
Love it! I had never made any cobbler before but wanted to try it out before Thanksgiving. So glad i picked this one to try first! I took the advice i read and added 1 TSP of vanilla extract into the batter & sprinkled some Light BROWN sugar on top. I made mine with a can of splenda sweetened cherry filling. i used a 9x9 pan and sprayed cooking spray generously. The top has a great crunch, which makes me want to use a long pan for a more thinner and larger crust area :) My husband loved it! And he isn't even really into sweets! Making this against in a few weeks for Thanksgiving for sure =)
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Chewy Cocoa Brownies

Reviewed: Sep. 12, 2013
This was very tasty! Perfect with a cup of milk. A bit more 'cakey' than your traditional dry/flaky brownie. I baked it in a glass dish, slightly smaller than 13x9 for 28 minutes, at 350. i also used 2 parts tartar/1 part baking soda for the baking powder as a substitute and it tastes just fine.
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Mom's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Jun. 1, 2013
These were FANTASTIC. I am pregnant and out of no where had a craving for chocolate chip cookies. I chose this recipe for the title & didn't want a pumpkin or peanut butter taste...but the vanilla pudding mix sounded like a great idea. After going to the store to get the rest of the ingredients & preparing this recipe to nearly a T (i completely melted the butter) these cookies came out PERFECT. At first, i baked them at 375F for 11 minutes, but found they were borderline burnt (but tasted fine) so i changed it to 9 minutes and they were perfect. (my batch was a bit thick) These were so tasty & soft. They did not spread or become flat but rather went straight up to create a kind of tall cluster choco chip cookies which i loved. Definitely going into my recipe book!!!!
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Slow Cooker Apple Crisp

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2013
I subsituted butter for shortening since i didn't have any on hand...i didnt have lemon juice so just used water & didn't have walnuts so i used a handful of old fashions oats as some reviews had suggested. i cooked on low for 4 hours yet still managed to have some very slightly burned spots & very chewy sides. I would suggest not using the ginger AT ALL. If you're familiar with the flavor and use it in other meals you know a litle bit goes a long way with ginger. I used less than what was in this recipe i still can single it out & it just doesnt mix well with sweetness to me. (I use ginger for meats/veggies mostly). I'm eating this now, fresh from the cooker and the crumbly topping is extremely sweet. I feel as if im chewing on rubbery sugar, honestly. The apples themselves taste great minus the lingering ginger taste. I'm giving this 3 stars. I won't be making it again, just wasn't what i was hoping for. Im actually kinda sad i wasted a scoop of ice cream on it :/
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Janet's Rich Banana Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 7, 2012
It tastes amazing!!! My first banana bread from scratch...i used 3 very riped bananas and mashed with a potato masher. Thankfully had every ingredient in the fridge/cupboard so i tried to follow instructions to the T. possibly added a few table spoons of milk extra since it spilled...lol. but cooked at 350F degrees for exactly 60 minutes and it is perfect! crispy crunch on the outside and super moist on the inside! So flavorful. also, i used a 8x8 pan.
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