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Baked Pineapple Casserole
I have made this recipe a few time now since making it for our Thanksgiving get together. I also made it for a pot luck dish at a group gathering and everyone there enjoyed this and asked about the recipe. The only thing I did different from the actual recipe was to use 2/3 cup sugar instead of 1 cup and I added 1 tsp Vanilla. This recipe is a keeper!
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Feb. 13, 2009
Amish Friendship Bread III
This was my first attempt with making friendship bread and I decided to use this recipe with my starter that was given by a neighbor. What a wonderfully, delicious cake like bread. I chose to make this in 1 Bundt pan rather than making two loaves. I added just a sprinkling of nutmeg to the batter. Then I sprinkled with confectionary sugar after baking. Baking time in the Bundt pan took 45-50 minutes at the 350 degrees. I set my timer to check with a cake tester 5 minutes earlier to help prevent drying out and over baking. My first slice I tried plain, loved it. The second slice I tried with peanut butter. YUMMY! This bread went perfectly with a cup of coffee. I decided to send a sample slice of this bread and recipe to the people I pass the starter onto. After trying this recipe, I decided to keep a starter for myself and start over, so I can make this bread again and also freezing a starter to use at a later time. For those that don’t have the starter, you can find the recipe for “Amish Friendship Bread Starter” here at All Recipes.
32 users found this review helpful
Feb. 12, 2009
Holiday Peppermint Bark
I attempted to make my second batch (1st was perfect) of Peppermint Bark and ran into the same trouble another person had with the white chocolate starting to crumble because I didn't remember to turn the heat lower while melting in a double boiler. This caused the chocolate to dry out faster. So rather then throw it away, I made snowballs and rolled them into the finer crushed peppermint. Then placed them in the freezer about 15 minutes. They were a hit and told to make them again. So don't throw away over heated chocolate. Make SNOWBALLS! TIP: You need to pour melted chocolate as soon as it creams and remove from heat!!! Don't keep it on the heat, as this causes the drying out effect.
22 users found this review helpful
Dec. 21, 2008
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