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World's Best Lasagna
a lot of work but it tasted great!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 21, 2015
Mini Chicken Pot Pies
UUUUUMMMMMmmmm ummmmmmmm goooood just like the Campbell's soups slogan promises!!! These mini chicken pot pies are little but they hit with big awesome flavor! I made some changes & additions, I didn't measure out the chicken I just bought a 2lb package of boneless chicken. I didn't want to have fresh tasting chicken so I seasoned my chicken after cutting them up in cubes with garlic powder, black pepper, cayenne pepper, chicken seasoning and a little salt since I know that cream of chicken has a lot of sodium (regular taste better than the low sodium). I didn't need to pre-cook the chicken because they were cut up small enough to cook in the oven but big enough to feel the bite of them. I was making a double amount of the recipe so I also used 1 can of cream of broccoli and a half container of sour cream with a little of water so that the mixture would still be thick but stretch. I added some black pepper and parsley flakes to the creamy mixture to give it some color and depth, then added the chicken, frozen peas & carrots. After placing them in the biscuits cups I sprinkled pepper flakes to the top for some added zing then the cheese and followed the directions as given. These were also fun to make as my kids helped in the process, one doesn't like veggies so I had to put his into some biscuits cups then add the veggies to the mixture. Try these, you will enjoy it.

30 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 31, 2014
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake V
Pineapple!!!Who would have ever thought this fruit could be come a head turner!!! I LOVE LOVE this pineapple upside down cake! To make it yummier I used 1 (8oz) cream cheese, using with about 1/4 cup of some of the left over flaked coconut and 1 tsp of vanilla extract, using a hand mixer to incorporate it together for 2 minutes. I reserved enough of it to use on the sides of the cake and stuck more coconut on the sides and I used the rest between the top and bottom layer which was very tasty and kept them to stick together. Look for the pictures I submitted so you can see what I actually mean. I didn't want any of the taste of the cherry since cherry isn't the best tasting fruit especially after being in the preservatives in the liquid it comes in, I just used it as a garnish, putting one in the ring of each pineapple after it was baked. I also sprayed butter flavored spray oil ONLY in the bottom cake pan then used wax paper (or you can use parchment paper)on top of that and sprayed the top of the wax paper with a little more of the spray so that the bottom cake would not stick or be dry. It is the moistest yummiest cake ever!! This cake is absolutely fail proof and people will think you got it from a bakery; it's that good!!!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 26, 2014
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