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Pistachio Salad
My family always called this "green death," not bc we hated it, but some family friends used to say that to fluster their mother. We always drain the pineapple, skip the nuts and bananas and use about 3/4 a bag of mini marshmallows. It's way better if you let it sit for a couple hours or so so that the marshmallows soak up moisture and get soft (instead of chewy if you eat it right away). Definitely don't make the pudding...I've accidentally done that as a kid. Try using different pudding mixes, too. My sis made a white choc. raspberry death once (delicious), and this year was pumpkin death (not that great).

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Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2010
Sugar Free Blueberry Coffee Cake
I made this recipe with blueberries from the backyard and "regular" sugar. I had no trouble with the recipe as it was very easy to make. We all thought it was delicious, and it stayed moist for days (and then it was gone). The only bad thing I heard about it was that the topping "wasn't what I expected it to be." I thought the topping was great, but I guess if someone really didn't they could use a different one. I'm definitely keeping this recipe for the future.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2007

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