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Iced Pumpkin Cookies

Reviewed: Jul. 19, 2014
They are still warm in my kitchen, and they are really good! I followed the recipe to the letter and although most of the time I find things I would change; that was not the case with this. I used a small 12oz can of pumpkin since the recipe did not state what size to use. I did make some of them into cookies on a sheet, and some in small cupcake pans to see how they would turn out of it. With a little baking spray, they came right out and they are a perfect size. The icing is sweet so you might want to adjust how much you put on it. These are moist without being sticky and if you like pumpkin, you will enjoy these.
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Irish Potato Cake

Reviewed: Jul. 3, 2014
I have this in the oven right now. I followed the recipe very close, the only change I made was Pecans in the place of walnuts. I used cold mashed potatoes so that I was not adding anything too warm to the mixture of eggs and sugar. It has to cook for a long time, but so far it smells wonderful. I notice a lot of people think the spices are too much, the beauty of trying new things is that you can adjust them as needed. I also saw that someone wanted to use apples in the place of raisins. I might try that in addition TO the raisins. It came out very well! Dense texture, I enjoy the spices, but can see where some would like to tone it down. It is very moist but if I had cooked it any longer it would be dry on the outside. I think served with a fruit compote it would make a really good desert. I will use this again.
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Angie's Perfect Dinner Rolls

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2014
I bake. When I say I bake, I mean I bake A LOT. I bake bread and rolls all the time, but I wanted to try another recipe for a change. This was so easy, so simple and so tasty I had to not only review it and save it to my recipe book, I had to share it. I did make just half of the recipe and it was way way more than we NEEDED, but being lovers of anything bread, it will NOT go to waste. Well, it might go to WAIST but it's all good lol. A simple way to impress anyone. Enjoy! Beware, it makes a LOT of rolls so either bake and freeze or change the serving size.
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Angie's Perfect Dinner Rolls

Reviewed: Jan. 18, 2014
I bake. When I say I bake, I mean I bake A LOT. I bake bread and rolls all the time, but I wanted to try another recipe for a change. This was so easy, so simple and so tasty I had to not only review it and save it to my recipe book, I had to share it. I did make just half of the recipe and it was way way more than we NEEDED, but being lovers of anything bread, it will NOT go to waste. Well, it might go to WAIST but it's all good lol. A simple way to impress anyone. Enjoy! Beware, it makes a LOT of rolls so either bake and freeze or change the serving size.
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Chicken Cordon Bleu I

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2013
I followed the directions just as they were written, and it was wonderful! Now that I have really looked over some of the suggestions from other posters, it will be fun to try some of them when I make this again. This was super simple, fast and tasty. My in-laws loved it as well!
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Granny Kat's Pumpkin Roll

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2013
I made this first thing today, and I made two batches. The first one I put in the recommended size pan, lined with parchment paper that I sprayed very lightly with cooking spray. The second batch, I split between two 9x11 inch pans. The first one had to bake a few minutes longer, but the second batch was perfect at 15 minutes. I sifted powdered sugar on top of them after they cooled about ten minutes on the counter, then used the parchment paper they baked in to roll them with. I let them cool well over the 20 minute mark, just because I was busy. The parchment paper does not stick if you sift the sugar over the cake, and when you unroll it, you need to be slow so it will not pull apart. I had no issues with the cake tearing, splitting or breaking at all. I spread the filling on the cake, leaving about 1/2 on the sides and the outer edge. The edge that will be the center, I made sure to really fill it up with the icing. The one bigger roll simply has more pumpkin bread/cake, and will look better on the table the other two were thinner,they were both very tasty. I chose this recipe because the color was better (I used pumpkin and NOT canned squash, which is what most pie fillings are) and I will add more spices next time, just because we really enjoy the nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger a lot. The texture is great, the taste is wonderful and this has turned into a family favorite. The thinner bread is also better for my husband, a type 1 diabetic. Filling was perfect!!
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Fudgy Cream Cheese Tunnel Cake

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2013
I made this today but instead of chocolate filling, I used coconut flavoring to make one of my husband's childhood favorites. It turned out great!
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Super Simple Biscuits

Reviewed: Jan. 12, 2013
I used fat free greek yogurt and made my own self rising flour based on some of the other reviews. I aslo kneeded this dough by hand for a few minutes to let the gluten react, then rolled it out and cut the biscuts out, sprayed the tops with baking spray (I use the walmart brand) and baked them on parchment paper. Kneeding the dough (and adding a bit of flour at the same time so it does not stick) keeps them from falling apart or crumbling. These turned out wonderful! I saved it to my recipe box and will be trying new flavors like garlic and cheese, maybe even nutmeg and pecans for a snack biscut. Thank you to everyone who posted reviews and thank you to Katie-Kate for sharing it with us. We loved this one!
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Basic Flaky Pie Crust

Reviewed: Mar. 4, 2012
I have never had any luck making pie crust....until this one! I used not only the recipe, but most of the hints in the other reviews. I did use butter instead of shortening, because i have had gastric by pass surgery and I find butter works better for me. I used this for a peach pie, I DID prebake the crust for a few minutes, but it shrank a touch. I think that was because I only use bread flour...I patched it up and then filled it. It looks wonderful, I credit the hint for rolling the crust between two sheets of cling wrap for that. Very happy with this one.
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Amish White Bread

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2012
I followed this EXCEPT for the kind of flour...I used all purpose and I have to say, it turned out wonderful. It was easy, and I will use it again and again. I made it with my Kitchen Aide mixer and used some of the tips I found in the reviews. Thank you so much. *** As an update....I still use this recipe every week, and I have taken to rolling the dough out into a rectangle shape and then rolling it into a log, trimming the ends so that it will fit into a loaf pan and it comes out perfect. DON'T moisten it to make it "stick", put the seam side down and you will be just fine. When I use it to make rolls, I add a touch of vanilla, use butter instead of oil and I do NOT KNEAD IT or roll it out. I just pinch off a golf ball size piece, roll it into a ball shape and flatten it just a tiny bit, place them in a greased pan with the rolls not quite touching, let it rise for an hour and bake like you would the bread, at 350 for about 17 minutes. If you want them to be shiny, beat an egg with a tsp of water and brush the tops before baking. Brushing them with butter is nice, but they don't get that shine to them
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Banana Nut Bread Baked in a Jar

Reviewed: Dec. 3, 2011
I love this! I baked the first batch in half pint jars, and for Christmas I am making baskets with this, apple bread, pumpkin bread and fruitcake, all made in the jars. Not using a cookie sheet was a helpful hint, but for the smaller jars, I used a muffin pan to hold the jars since they have a smaller bottom and would be easier to tip in the oven. Even though the jars were smaller, they needed to bake the same amount of time. My gift baskets will have 4 jars of assorted breads, tea, coco and a recipe card giving full credit to Linda Jean and this website. I already use it for so many other things, this is just the BEST yet. It isnot the same old same old gift basket, the jars are reusable (I will put in new lids with the gift basket in case they want to try it) and with a little ribbon and material it looks wonderful all the while staying *green* . Thank you all for the wonderful new things to try and for the honest and helpful reviews that are posted. Merry Christmas if you celebrate it, or Happy holiday for the holiday your family does share.
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