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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Strawberry Pie II
This recipe is a keeper!!! I did what "Misty and the bunnies" did as well. I threw the adjusted (1/2 cup) water and (3/4 cup) sugar amounts that she described in together with the 3 tbls. cornstarch and 1/3 mashed strawberries, stirred constantly, brought to a boil for about 2 to 3 minutes, cooled for a couple minutes, topped the pie that was filled with the other 2/3 whole strawberries, refrigerated for an hour, and it set perfectly! We added the freshly whipped cream to our own pieces, so that we only had as much as we wanted. The only difference is that I used a 32 ounce package of strawberries instead of a quart, and it came out fantastic!!! I've never been a strawberry pie fan before, but I sure am now! Husband said that the recipe is definitely a keeper!!!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 24, 2012
Gingerbread Boys
This recipe is awesome!!! Highly recommended it! I made them for the first time on 12/17, for my daughters class to decorate the next day. Rave reviews from all of the kids, and adults too! I followed the recommendation, doubled the recipe, and used orange juice instead of orange zest, half dark brown sugar and half white sugar, didn't have dark corn syrup and stores were out, so used half light corn syrup and half mild molasses. I also added half a tablespoon of vanilla (kids love it). The dough came out perfect to work with. Wouldn't chill it overnight though, maybe just two hours. Rolling it to 1/4" thick worked perfect for cookies sturdy enough to decorate and soft enough to eat. Thanks for the recommendations!!! We are making another batch this evening, will try adding mini chocolate chips - kids want to know what gingerbread chocolate chip cookies will taste like... :) Happy Holidays!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 19, 2009

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