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Recipe Reviews 10 reviews
Extreme Chocolate Cake
The cake part of this recipe was to die for! So moist and chocolately! Next time I will cut the frosting part in half--it made way too much for the cake and I ended up throwing alot of it away.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2011
Coconut Cake I
I made this cake with a coconut flavored cake mix. I only used slightly over one cup of sugar in the sour cream, and used less than half of the flaked coconut. The sugar gelled up well overnight-no graininess at all! The filling seemed really runny, but once poured over the cut layers, it soaked into the cake really well. The best part of this cake is the cool whip/sugar/sour cream frosting! It compares to getting the whipped frostings at bakeries! I could eat it with a spoon! I think the fact that I used a coconut cake mix, in addition to the coconut flakes made it a bit of overkill. Next time I will stick to the recipe and use white cake. This cake was definitely a hit with my guests, and super moist! I will definitely be making again...And will be making the frosting (minus the coconut) to use on a red velvet cake. This finding a permanent place in my recipe box!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 26, 2008
Pineapple Glaze for Ham
I've made this glaze a few times and it never thickens up (since I use a 20oz. can of pineapple), so I had to improvise. Instead I poked holes in the ham, put the cherries and pineapples on with toohtpicks then place the ham in a turkey size oven bag (poke holes in the top) and put it in a glass pan. I cook it for an hour, open the bag, then baste the ham every 15 mins or so. This is the BEST ham I ever had! The bag keeps it super moist and there is plenty of glaze/sauce left over for after slicing. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 14, 2008
 
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