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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Apple Squares
The only thing I changed (based on other reviews) was adding more apples and drizzling on a caramel glaze after they were done (caramels, butter, vanilla, and cream melted slowly together). Fantastic!! I'm sure they are delicious as the recipe is written, but I wanted a little bit more fruit in it for my kids. And the caramel glaze was not strictly necessary either, just a bit of decadence. : ) My 2 & 4 year old boys devoured them (and they often just eat the icing on a cake)!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 21, 2012
Chuck's Favorite Mac and Cheese
I doubled the cheese and added milk, and halved the bread crumbs. This was still waaaaay too dry, even right out of the oven. And bland. We will not be making this again. I guess some people like mac'n'cheese this way, but not us. Tasted like macaroni with sour cream and cottage cheese, with a bit of cheddar cheese mixed in.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 10, 2010
Marshmallow Icing
Fantastic! definitely not too sweet (as one reviewer complained). Butter cream icing is far sweeter. This is just gooier and fluffier - I loved it! It can be flavoured too - eg., I used 1tsp of orange liquor (instead of vanilla) and also added about 1 Tbs of orange zest while it was boiling, and used it to ice a round, double layer 9" chocolate cake - Yum! Next time I will make ~ 1.5x the recipe though, as it would have been nice to have a thicker layer of icing. One tip: if you are icing a double layer cake, allow the middle icing layer to set for 5-10 minutes in the fridge before putting on the top layer. Put a lid on the icing in the pot and leave it over the hot water (without the heat on) so it doesn't set while you're waiting.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 1, 2010
 
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