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Grocery Store Frosting

Reviewed: Aug. 13, 2010
This is my absolute favorite frosting! What ever flavor instead of vanilla, I use almond, peppermint, very versitile frosting!! I use this recipe for all birthdays, fillings, even for our county fair. I get great ravs using this recipe! TY!! Update: after making this for years..my dd's tastes buds have changed-stating too sweet..so I modified switching out the water to whole milk-5 tbsp and modified directions to make it more professional since now taking cake orders-using my KA, beat on medium high butter and shortening. Add little at a time, sugar and continue to beat and scrape down till adding one tbsp at a time alternating the sugar and milk and finally beating after fully incorporating, beat on high for about 15 minutes. This definitely makes this more fluffier, creamier, less sweet, easier to pipe! Still love this recipe!!
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Blueberry Crumb Muffins

Reviewed: Aug. 15, 2010
I just baked the batch of these. The batter is ok but the topping is not what is crumb really is. The ingredients for the "crumb" has too much butter and not enough flour hence that is why it sinks..I would use batter again but I would use different recipe or change up the topping like add more flour, cut back on butter add baking powder, baking soda as this would actually "crumb" up even though cutting with a pastry utensil. I would though change the baking powder and add baking soda to the batter as it would help it rise more as I filled the muffin tins almost to the brim so I could have a "muffin top". This recipe is certainly not a crumb kind..its more of a sugary topping at least that sinks as the butter melts and its to heavy for the batter..For future.. I would let the muffins bake for about 12 minutes to set up, then add crumb topping (revised version) so topping won't sink nor melt all the way through. I would use starbuck's recipe for crumb topping!!
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Diner-Style Baked Potato Home Fries

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
This is the closest to diner style. I made this for my daughter and she loved it. Will make it again for sure!! TY
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Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 9, 2010
My mother used to make this all the time and she would do the same, add this here, there , to our liking. She would also use other bisquick recipes too. Very helpful to a single widowed mom of two small children, it was a keeper for her tight schedule, better than fast food, or boxed dinners! TY for reposting this as this is fond memories and surely be served at my table!
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Mini Crescent Dogs

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2010
Very quick and easy for on the go. Also great for make-ahead and freeze them. I also add cheese, comes out gooey yumminess!! Very kid-friendly and very versitile-make sausage breakfast cresents-as we call them-piggies in the blanket!
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The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 24, 2010
I like a sweeter sugar cookie-this is on the light side. Next time-may use more sugar. On the rolling side of this-I did take hints for rolling using parchment and wax paper-still was not easy at all and by the time I got to cutting out-dough was way to soft, sticking to cutters, making screw up cookies, because dough got too warm with all the trouble of just rolling this dough and had to chill dough. After consulting, I got it down to an art after I froze batch-this makes a lot of cookies!!-after freezing-let dough thaw-not completely-then on parchment paper and wax, roll out dough-after achieving rolling-I chill again- then cut with out dough sticking, easy to pull cookies out or just pull scraps away with ease. This made a huge difference in cutting out cookies without messiness and screwed up cookies. Now I have it down to keep dough chilled is key factor with this recipe..Just remember to to chill each time you roll flat and chill-then cut.
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Easy Pavlova

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2010
This was very tasty..but I was looking for a pavlova not a cookie..This turned out for me as the merigue cookie than a pavlova-in which I never had pavlovas before-also took hints from one reviewer to leave it in oven for hours after baking-came out way too dry and disappointed-its great as a cookie but not what I was looking for on our Xmas table.
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Roast Sticky Chicken-Rotisserie Style

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2010
This was truly awesome-great, easy, very yummie!! Thanks for posting!
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Fluffy Instant Donuts

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2010
Ok I just noticed something-without trying this out only by reading this ingredients and directions in which it is not adding up..You did not specify the 2 cups of apples if they are to be added to batter or after and what is up with the 1 lb. bacon?!! I can tell already this is gonna be disaster waiting to happen...
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Healthy Milk Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2011
These are totally awesome-you cannot taste the wheat since the oatmeal evens it out-tastes awesome soft and the chocolate chips are added goodness. Using Ideal Brown surely makes a great healthy chocolate chip cookies-I don't even miss the regular fatty kind anymore~!~ I inspired my own recipe by ME!!
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Ukrainian Filled Halushky Dumplings

Reviewed: Jan. 12, 2011
This is also a traditional Slovak dish but we have it slightly different. We make ours basically shredded up potatoes (to a paste-quick I use blender!), flour and egg then add bacon and cheese. There are variations of this dish but this is what I grew up on. I have since then added my own variations-Thanks for sharing!!
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MaryAnn's Beef A Roni

Reviewed: Feb. 14, 2011
Followed recipe to the "T" and found tomato sauce too much-this recipe easy feeds more than 8 people-12-16 more exact-very bland as well. In order to save this, I added more worchester sauce 1 tsp, added red cooking wine for more flavor, a lot of salt and pepper. The sour cream did not blend very well and because of too much tomato sauce, I added another cup of cheddar cheese. Next time will have another 1 lbs of ground beef to the mix-a lot is missing from this-this recipe definitely needs tweeking. Sadly I was hoping to find something better than boxed beef-a-roni..this does not quite "cut it."
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Chicken Paprikash

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2011
Way too much butter!! I had to increase paprika to cut down the taste which worked in favor of it but did not like the consistency with butter too thick and buttery..like the other reviewer grandmother's paprikash, my mother did the same and can't duplicate. It was ok just enough satisfy craving but would cut back on butter next time or just use oil. Boiled chicken first in water til very tender (almost falling off bone) and used that water to add more flavor to skillet to cook chicken even more.
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Cream Cheese Frosting II

Reviewed: Apr. 28, 2011
Truly awesome taste! I had to modify though for more bakery style instead of two cups of confectioners' to 4 lbs and used and increased clear vanilla extract to 1 1/2 tbsp-I did taste the original recipe truly amazing for home but I needed more stability-still truly awesome base! Ty for posting!!
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Pastry Cream

Reviewed: May 25, 2011
Very rich, thick, creamy texture! Its close to what they use in bakery shoppes but not exactly. It still works well..tastes very good! Its like custard/pudding like richness..Easy to make!!
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Original Nestle® Toll House® Chocolate Chip Pan Cookie

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2011
My late mother used to make this, as well us kids as its easy for kids to make-now I make for my family as well!! Fond memories! I used milk chocolate chips in this batch-AWESOME!!
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Brownie Frosting

Reviewed: Jun. 14, 2011
I found this after I had to salvage a failed recipe and did not know what to do with melted milk chocolate chips-this did wonders!! I had used what I had on hand but since milk chocolate was sweet enough, I made it with 3/4 cup of sugar, 3 tbsp of butter (already had butter/oil in the batch) and heavy cream, with the vanilla extract-turned out AWESOME! Became chocolate crack for sure!
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Hershey's ® 'Perfectly Chocolate' Chocolate Cake

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2011
This is uber moist and chocolately cake ever!! Got raves from co-workers and birthday boy-smash hit! YUM! Easy to make and easy to make into cupcakes too!!
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Cake Balls

Reviewed: Jul. 15, 2011
Even though I have used this with a box before in the past, this time I have used from scratch, my signature carrot cake and my bakery style cream cheese-all home-made, surely is a win-win combination!
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Heavenly White Cake

Reviewed: Jul. 17, 2011
This is a Swan's cake flour recipe. Following the instruction to the "T", it failed but after second time with my modifications, came out superb! Make sure eggwhites are at room temp. Next, make sure you use a non-metal bowl for eggwhites. Next, beat eggwhites till soft peaks form, THEN gradually add sugar while beating. Then gently fold in the whites into batter. This will ensure the outcome of the eggwhites to be fluffy and make the cake delicate, light, moist as a true white cake should be! With the modifications-TOTALLY SUPERB CAKE!! I definitely use this recipe again with my modications for the perfect outcome of this cake
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