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Butter Cream Frosting II
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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Butter Cream Frosting II
This was so awesomely delicious. I didn't have shortening, so I just used butter and it was so GOOD! Definitely better than any store bought brands. It was a nice consistency and spreaded easily on cake. I spread a layer of frosting, then froze the cake overnight and used more frosting with food coloring to decorate. Great taste and texture. Everyone loved it!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 23, 2008
Delicious Raspberry Oatmeal Cookie Bars
These were awesome, the right kind of chewy, even after a few days! I needed a bunch so I doubled the recipe and greased a jelly roll pan. I used a full 18 oz jar of seeded raspberry preserves. I warmed the uncovered glass jar in the microwave as another reviewer suggested for easier spreading. For the dough, I did knead this with my hands in a big bowl and I did kept kneading it until there were absolutely no powdery crumbs. Then I divided it in half and firmly pressed the dough onto the greased jellyroll pan. After adding the preserves, I sprinkled the rest of the dough on top being careful to cover all the preserves and pressed that in. Don't be afraid to press, it may be a little messy, but the cookie bars come out perfect this way. Everyone loved these. I can't wait to try blueberry and/or some sugar free preserve varieties. It does not matter if you have seeds or not, you can't taste them anyway.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 2, 2008
New York Cheesecake III
This was incredible. Amazingly creamy and delicious. I used a 10" spring form pan like recommended, and I didn't need to worry about excess crust. It coated the bottom perfectly. I sprayed the pan with vegetable spray and had no problem with sticking. I followed the directions, didn't worry about steam baths or anything, and it baked beautifully. It did end up with a crack, but it didn't affect the taste. I let the cream cheese reach room temperature and then I whipped it with a mixer before adding any other ingredients. This was one wonderful cheesecake. I served it plain with a strawberry topping on the side that I found on this site. Delicious both ways.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 10, 2008
 
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