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Recipe Reviews 10 reviews
Chocolate Eclair Cake
Wow! This was incredible! I used honey grahams, diet versions of pudding mix and cool whip, I added a tsp. of vanilla extract to the filling mixture, and topped with just half a can of melted chocolate frosting. I made this yesterday morning for a family get together and served it after dinner. It was scarfed down rapidly by everyone who all thought it was fabulous! This recipe deserves five stars for being super easy and super delicious, if possible I would give extra stars because the ingredients can be subbed with diet versions. PS ~ For variations I think if I used vanilla frosting it might be similar to a Napoleon pastry. Or maybe eliminate the frosting top and just use some shaved chocolate on top.

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Reviewed On: May 12, 2008
Pumpkin Soup
You can make this soup with any winter squash and it would be good. I add in roasted garlic and a seasoning blend instead of the thyme, and I do saute the onions until they're just browning. I have high blood pressure and must cut down on salt; I use low sodium stocks or broth. Winter Squash and Pumpkin can be bland without some salt, but a few extra shakes of black pepper seem to help a lot. I also don't add in cream, it seems thick enough without it--this also helps cut down on fat content. This soup can easily be doubled or tripled, it's freezes well. It's a great soup that can be made adjusted for sodium or fat restricted diets, you can adjust the seasoning to suit yourself, and it can be made in large batches. And most important--it's really easy to make!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2007
Homemade Refrigerator Pickles
I just made these for the second time and both times they are outstanding! This is a very variable recipe. This time I used a combination of red wine vinegar and white balsamic vinegar and reduced the sugar by half. I used sweet red, yellow and orange bell peppers minced finely, and I used diced red onions--the colors are so pretty in the jars. For seasoning I added to the boiling vinegars, sugar, peppers and onion: Herbs de Provence, garlic slivers, ginger puree, whole cloves and peppercorns. The aroma was very zingy and the flavor yum as can be. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 5, 2007
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