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Foolproof Chocolate Fudge

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2007
This is a great recipe! It makes a good, quick, inexpensive gift for teachers, neighbors, etc. It is also something nice to bring to parties or set out when unexpected guests drop by. I make it in lots of different varieties, from butterscotch to white chocolate, and I mix in all kinds of things to make it more interesting. My family's favorite varieties are peanuts & raisins, peanuts & marshmallows, oreos & white chocolate and white chocolate & crushed peppermint. Mix in the candies at the end and then refrigerate. One more thing. Rachel Ray was on Oprah recently and she made a recipe like this one but she made it in the shape of a wreath. I tried it that way (used a jello mold) and it came out fabulous! It was my gift to each of my neighbors.
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Chicken Enchilada Dip

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2007
This is my favorite party dip and everyone else loves it too! I always use canned chicken breast to save some time. It is just as good as fresh chicken in this recipe and it is easier to break up. I also add a few dashes of chili powder and omit the jalapeños because I'm not a fan. When I mix the ingedients together, I use a hand mixer. It breaks up the big chunks of chicken and really helps blend everything together nicely. Excellent party dish! Serve with Tostitos.
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Corn Casserole II

Reviewed: Dec. 5, 2007
This is one of my family's favorite dishes! Every holiday, they all request this casserole and anytime I take it to a dinner or potluck I am bombarded with requests for the recipe! I follow the recipe exactly, using corn bread mix and low-fat sour cream to make it a little less sinful. It comes out perfect everytime. The ONLY change that I would recommend to this recipe is that you leave it in the oven a little bit longer than 30 minutes before sprinkling on the cheese. It is usually not firm in the middle after only 30 minutes. I leave it in about 40-45 and then pop it back in to melt the cheese. Otherwise, absolutely perfect!
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Champagne Peach Punch

Reviewed: Dec. 5, 2007
I made this punch for my grandfather's 80th birthday party and everyone loved it! I followed the recipe exactly and used a freshly squeezed lemon where it called for lemon juice. I also made a beautiful ice ring out of some extra peach nectar. I froze maraschino cherries and lemon slices into the mold. It was a huge hit!
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