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Peanut Butter Chip Chocolate Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 16, 2011
Totally yummy! I'm thinking in our process to make these cookies, my daughter didn't add quite enough peanut butter chips. There was more cookie and little amount of chips to the batch...can't blame the recipe...really think it was my kiddo. Other then that, we loved the cookies. Made them to donate to the Veteran's Center for Cookies Across America. And they went over nicely.
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Nana's Favorite Fruit Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2010
Totally Totally Awesome!!! The crust was oh soo crunchy and nicely sweet. I actually didn't realize until I got my frozen peaches out, I didn't have quite enough but I have way way to many blueberries.....but that was quite alright. It still worked out soo well. Nice and bubbly, it was fabulous, even after the family had another dessert, hubby managed to put down some of this too...and walked or rather staggered away full. Nana Nana Nana!!! I will totaly be making this again. It was perfect. Best so far next to my mother's traditional peach cobbler....and that says alot. Nummy Nummy Nummy!!!!
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Roasted Carrots and Radishes

Reviewed: Mar. 20, 2010
WOW, I am totally amazed on how radished taste totally different roasted in the oven. My kids loved them, my husband--well I already knew didn't like radishes but he did try them, and didn't waiver with his taste for them, but he did try them, what a good sport. He did love the carrots though. I cut the carrots I had down smaller because they take longer to cook, and I oopsy-daisy added italian seasoning when reaching for the lemon-pepper container, but was still delicious. We totally enjoyed this. Thanks WitchyWoman for putting it in your blog, because I hadn't seen this recipe before and Thanks Kathleen for putting it out there to try.
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Popa's Pickled Eggs

Reviewed: Jul. 26, 2014
I not only got to try these at the PNW AR Round-Up but I graciously got to meet the man himself that submitted these. OH man where they good. I couldn't wait to get home and make these for my hubby. So after I talked to bd_weld about his recipe and telling me I could easily do a dozen, I did a dozen and a half. I'm finding it hysterical on my part when making the recipe, I used the really hot yellow peppers with brine and a pickling mix offered from my store because it was way cheaper then buying the Morton's. Should have gone with that because, little did I realize how loaded with dried whole red Serranos and thought, ohh what the heck, HA!! on my hubby because he said they were fantastic but...WOOO!! what a kick. I ate the yoke out of several and hmm good, so I didn't get the intense heat from the egg whites themselves... he sure did. What a great addition to my household. Will look for the milder hot peppers with brine for the next time for my children. But they seemed to like them as well. TY Brian!! we love it!!!
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Creamy Chocolate Cupcakes

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2010
We have 2 new flavored chocolate cupcake recipes and they are both this recipe. I was trying to pair up and Icing recipe with something really delicious and I found with this recipe. I did follow the recipe to the T on the 1st batch minus the nuts, because I'm feeding this to neighborhood kids and there are nut allergies. One thing I had an issue with, was that the filling...there was to much. I divided out the batter into 18 cupcake wells and was trying to add the filling, when adding just a tbsp of it to each well, my batter started overfilling. So do watch that, and I did put in the chocolate chips, I think maybe, I won't add a full cup of those next time. And the taste was really great, but with the chocolate chips added to it, it was extremely rich, that made your eyes roll, nothing wrong with that, just don't eat these and drive. LOL. But I did also make this a 2nd way, I kept the batter the same, but in the filling mixture I added 2 tsp Pure Mint extract, 5-6 drops of green food coloring and used Toll House's Dark Chocolate and Mint Morsels....oh it totally rocked! I paired both batches with Milky Way(R) Icing recipe from here. And I did also do a conversion of Mint Icing as well to fit the 2nd batch I made with these....Thank you soo much. It's a winner and a keeper!
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Broccoli Rice Side Dish

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2010
My family loved this. I made as directed up until I put the French-fried onions on, I finished it off that part in the oven. Other then that, the recipe worked great, I did do the 2nd step for 14 minutes and stirred the mixture in the bowl and put back in the mircowave for 6 more minutes because the rice on top was still crunchy. And that seemed to help it. Other then that, no complaints and there was only one serving left from the batch. Thanks very much.
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Creamsicle® Cheesecake

Reviewed: Jun. 27, 2014
This recipe was fantastic!! I actually doubled the batter recipe to fit my largest springform pan and made my own graham cracker crust verses buying a premade one. I did have to alter the cooking time due to doubling the batch, so please watch the timing, I believed it safely baked for 50-70 minutes as I checked on it quite often. **When using the orange extract, I used Lorann Professional Kitchen Orange Bakery Emulsion and needed 3 teaspoons when I doubled the batch and tripled the coloring affect for a more vibrate pop of color with in the batter. Everything else was to a T. My husband is harder to please when it comes to cheesecakes because he likes just plain. Will eat a chocolate or Bailey's flavored but this one, won him over big time and once cut and served....didn't go to far and was gone rather quickly. Will totally make again and again. TY so much, wished you could have seen the "dreamsicle" faces that I got when everyone was enjoying this recipe.
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Quick and Easy Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2010
Well I wasn't planning on making this recipe, I had my eye on something else, when I realized after sprinkling all my chicken breast with garlic salt, chili powder and roasted ground cumin, that the recipe I was working on was lacking a huge ingredient that couldn't be possible to make....so this was a quick fix to my recipe diaster. So I left the chicken like it was and baked it per these instructions. But as this recipe was fairly easy to follow, it confused me a little. The ingredients say"18 (6 inch) corn tortillas, torn in half" then in step 4, it says arrange 6 tortillas in a single layer.....well to me I'm thinking 6 torn pieces. but then it didn't add up right, So I did the 12 torn pieces over lapping. I didn't really feel that the steps for tearing the tortillas in half or charring them over the stove was totally necessary after I had already done that. Because they were getting baked anyway. But I did follow the recipe to a T with the exception I previously mentioned about the chicken. But will say, it was a great enhancement to the recipe I might add. While it was simple to make, cutting and serving it lacked appeal to me, but the taste was outstanding. So ya can't judge the gross looking casserole when it tasted really really good. Thank you I will make it again, exactly the way I made it. Thanks.
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Campbell's Kitchen Easy Beef Enchiladas

Reviewed: Aug. 18, 2010
My family says they really enjoyed this meal. I added the rice, but I will not on the next attempt, so that I may enjoy it as well. It was rather thick. But everyone gave me a thumbs up with their mouths full, so I'm not complaining. I did double the batch but I see, one batch was enough for 1 dinner, now we have leftovers, but should me no cooking the next night. :) Thanks!!
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Sweet Pea Mockamole

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2010
This review could go either way...I'll explain. This is a very very good recipe. The recipes name says it all Sweet Pea Mockamole. While the sweetness of the peas is very present in this recipe, there is the underlining heat from the red peppers, I only used 1/4 tsp. While I liked the sweet and heat, some people may find the sweetness in the peas too much or not to their liking. Like my kids. I find it works for me if I don't have any avocados and can go this route. Thank you for sharing. And I will agree, the longer this sits, the more the flavors meld and the sweetness goes away. I served with Keebler's Tusan Garlic Flatbread crackers....
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RITZ Fried Ravioli

Reviewed: Jan. 18, 2014
These were totally worth trying. I've never fried raviolis before and this recipe was way simple. The kids were confused why I was giggling over the stove until they had to just ask LOL. totally watch these closely. And make sure to pay attention on timing. They expand in the frying process and looking like coated Stay-puff marshmallow man from the movie Ghostbusters. While I was entertained in the process of the making the recipe, my kids devoured these completely gone. The RITZ crackers give these such a light wonderful yet crisp texture and it was a rather pleasing recipe. Will make again.
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Macaroni Ham Salad

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2010
This was really good. I am a goober though, I couldn't find dill pickles in my pantry, so I used dill relish, however after I made this dish, I discovered a jar....any way it still worked out rather well. I have no complaints with this dish at all. My kids really loved this, even my son being picky about eggs, ate it. Will make again.
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Five Minute Ice Cream

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2010
I'm giving this recipe a 5 star, it worked just like it said it would. And you can interchange the frozen fruit for others. I used raspberries. And even though it was decent, it was rather tart. My mistake and not the recipe. I also did it with Splenda, and it didn't sweeten it the way I thought, will use sugar next time, but however it is an excellent recipe and I am working on other frozen fruits to use. I very much like this recipe.
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RITZ Country Fried Ribs with Zesty Buttermilk Ranch Dressing, created by Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

Reviewed: Jan. 18, 2014
These ribs are fantastic, I was impressed with the RITZ cracker breading, on how well it held up to frying. I only made enough of this recipe for 1 slab of ribs and followed to a T but felt the Cajun spice should have been incorporated with the cracker breading. However, as I explained to someone...I didn't just foo-foo dust them either when they came out of the oil...I did a shaky shaky on all sides of the ribs. I also couldn't believe how shocked I got at my hubby and son too over this recipe. Both my son and hubby are meat guys but have issues with fat, gristle and bones...well son has the issue with eating anything with bones in it. However, I've tried for years and years to get them to eat ribs and I make ribs every S.B.Sunday for my girls and girls only. But these ribs were my halleluiah to the rib God ;-) because my husband ate more then half the slab of ribs by himself and my son enjoyed it too...and then asked me to make them for S.B.Sunday. I walked away literally shocked. You will be amazed how tender these turned out from the oven to the fryer to our plates. Will make again. TY TY for a great rib recipe....the dipping sauce recipe, was okay at best, way to much vinegar for our taste. And didn't taste of a zesty ranch either. After adding an additional cup of may, another tsbp of Cajun spice and 1 1oz package of Ranch dry mix....we had a keeper dipping sauce in the house!
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Caroline's Firecrackers

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2014
Who says that Flamin' Hot Cheetos(R) don't pair well with white chocolate?! Certainly not me. Because man are these good. And what a pretty color of pink that the Cheetos(R) give the almond bark. Addictively sweet and spicy, the sweetness hits 1st and then POW! You get nailed with an explosive ending. Will make again because my kiddos totally like them. These are simple, quick and down right a crazy combination that will be a "repeat offender" in my house! TY
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Smooth Sweet Tea

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2010
This was wonderful, I could tell, there was no bite to the tea like it usually has. I never would have guess a a pinch of baking soda would knock that right out. Wow. I'm impressed. I used decaf tea and splenda due to my preference and health reasons. My kids couldn't tell the difference between caffeinated and pure sugar tea verses this...other then it wasn't overly sweet, to me it was just right. Thanks, I think this is going to be the preferred way I make tea.
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Doberge Cake

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2013
I have to say, end result was great! Best butter cake I've ever eaten! The frosting and ganache simple and easy...if you notice my photo...and see bits in them I totally and accidently tossed in Toffee Bits into the wrong bowl LOL...that's what I get for making 2 different sweet treats at the same time...Note to self not to do that. My only delimma was the custard. I had to make it a few times because I couldn't get it set up right. And when I did, the tbsp of vanilla was overpowering to me. SO a 3rd time, I made the custard and it set up, I only used a tsp of vanilla and followed through with completing the cake, really feel the custard issue was me and not the recipe but I was tickled when I got it to work. It was totally awesome. You only need to slice very thin slices for your kids and family. This cake goes a long way. It's rich, creamy and very delightful. I will soo make it again! TY metread!!
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Tortilla Pinwheels

Reviewed: Oct. 24, 2014
This is totally weekend comfort grabs for my family. Grabbing quick yummy snack bites is the best. I made this recipe 2-ways, one with the way the recipe was written with ham and one with Johnsonville Italian Sausage(using 3 un-cased sausage links, cooked & drained. We can say we loved them both ways and I found that everyone swarmed the fridge. They were great. One thing I will note is, I don't usually buy already whipped cream cheese, so I doesn't take but a minute or two, to put a block of cream cheese in a bowl and blend with a hand mixer. (saves on the price difference, if there is one.) Recipe is a keeper.
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Hot Fudge Ice Cream Bar Dessert

Reviewed: Jul. 3, 2010
Very very easy to do, but sure messy to put together.....licking fingers is just as good!! LOL, but that's okay, all in good family fun. I did take the advice and put the syrup mixture down 1st, but my only problem was I didn't wait long enough for my whip topping to thaw, so note to self if you chose not to wait for the whip topping to thaw, put that down 1st, otherwise you're good. But all in all, I chopped the peanuts up when it was timed to use them....especially with little ones. I will make this again. My kids gave serious thumbs up with mouthfuls of ice cream goodness!!!
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Great Easter Appetizer

Reviewed: Feb. 23, 2013
My family went to town on these!! I kid you not. I made a 2 batches. One as written with the cream cheese and 1 with the cream cheese with onion and chives......and lord almighty! my family hovered the pan at the stove just after they cooled...they didn't make it any further. They were GONE. The overall texture was good, nice crunch from the onion and bread crumbs, I used Panko seasoned bread crumbs...we didn't feel that they needed anything more. But our favorite way was with the cream cheese with the chives!!! Man it was good, I could not keep my fingers out of the mix!! TY a keeper!
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