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Slow-Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
This was absolutely delicious! This is my only recipe I use for Corned Beef and Cabbage and comes out great every time! Like another reviewer said... the only liquid you need is about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of water to cover the corn beef. I always put my carrots and potatoes on the bottom and onion...and then my corn beef on top use spice pack that comes with it and then the water. I cook it all day... the last hour of cooking I add my cabbage... and usually serve with Irish Soda Bread... but any bread will do! Great recipe! Make it and you'll see!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2014
Easy Chocolate Chip Pound Cake
I am not one to bake cakes with cake mix but this recipe I couldn't resist. My DH wanted something sweet and I needed to use up some cake mixes that I had up in the cupboard (I always keep one or two on hand in case to make cup cakes etc) Anyway I also had some choc chips and the other ingredients on hand so I decided to make this cake. Boy I am glad I did... the cake came out perfect. The only thing I did different was to use 1/2 cup applesauce with 1/4 cup canola oil instead of 3/4 veg oil and added some vanilla extract and did not add the sugar. I thought between the cake mix and choc instant pudding mix there would be plently of sugar.... I was right... I also had some milk choc frosting in can on hand so I frosted part of the cake with this while it was still warm... so it kinda looked like a glaze. This cake is a keeper.... it is delicious and so moist... and really good the next day too... doesn't even taste like a mix cake.... also I used store brand (shoprite) yellow cake mix and store brand choc instant pudding(walmart). and the cake is plenty sweet!I also baked this in a bundt pan. Thanx Prissycat for the easy recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 8, 2013
Coconut Cream Pie I
This was truly a great pie!!! I was looking for a dessert to bring to Thanksgiving and decided to make this one... cuz it sounded interested. Normally I make coconut custard pie but wanted something different. I pretty much followed the recipe exactly.... except to the two boxes of vanilla pudding I added coconut extract and used evaporated milk because that is what I had on hand..... and baked a regular pie crust first, put the ingredients in as stated. Of all the desserts that were at thanksgiving.... this one went first!! It was awesome!!! Will definetly make again maybe next time I will toast some coconut and put it on the top. I also think this recipe can be used for a Banana Cream pie just replace the pudding with bananna add some sliced banana and viola Banana Cream Pie!! Thanx for sharing this!!!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2011
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