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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Easy Pumpkin Pie Bars
My family has been using this favorite recipe for years. We call it Peter Pumkin Eater LOL I think the term bars is a little misleading because it is not something you can pick up and eat. It's moist and better than pumpkin pie!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 22, 2014
Self-Filled Cupcakes I
I've made these for years and they are always a huge hit. I usually use a dark chocolate cake mix. I think they are rich enough that they don't need frosting, but they are prettier with a dollop of chocolate or cream cheese frosting. The white frosting in the picture does not seem to match the cupcake flavors. I don't know why readers are concerned with seeing the filling on the top or the pit sometimes caused when the filling sinks. It's part of the character of these cupcakes. They are filled and the filling is heavy so naturally, it will sink. Putting the filling in last will keep it from sinking all the way to the bottom. If you put it in the middle it will end up mostly on the bottom. This filling is not light and fluffy. It's more like a cheesecake...heavy and rich.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 14, 2013
Self-Filled Cupcakes II
I searched for this recipe because I have been making these for years and couldn't find my recipe. From reading the reviews, I don't think people understand that the filling is supposed to taste more like a cheesecake. It needs the egg. Don't eliminate that. It's not light and fluffy. The heaviness is what makes it sink and self fill. It works well with any chocolate cake mix. Like any cheesecake product, it is rich and does not really need any frosting, although a small dollop makes them look pretty. The recipe I had before mixed the chocolate chips right in with the filling. I like that better. I was a little disappointed with this recipe because it didn't sink and wasn't as heavy as usual, but they still tasted great. My family loves them. If you don't frost them, they are even great for breakfast! I think I may have eliminated the salt and I used mini chips instead of regular. Maybe that is what kept them from sinking. Still, an awesome recipe!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 14, 2013
 
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