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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Onion Roasted Sweet Potatoes
MMM so yummy! I love the sweet and savory mix. I was looking for a recipe like this without sugar that I could use more as a side, not a dessert. Thanks for this, was too easy. BTW I only cooked for about 25 mins and they were perfect. No burnt onion pieces.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 5, 2011
Chewy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
These are the most amazing things i've ever made! So easy and delicious, i'm making them right now for the second time in three days. I took advice from a few other posts, I added more flour and baking soda, I mixed the butter and sugars for awhile until very light and fluffy and hand mixed the rest. Then baked on 335 for around 13 minutes watching very closely. PERFECT! Just barley brown on the bottom, moist and chewy in the middle and the oats make it very hearty. I think the amount of salt is perfect, I love the mix of saltiness with chocolate (which i added a little extra). The walnuts give it a great crunch and flavor. I had to pat them into more disk shapes rather than balls as they held their shape and didn't flatten out at all. Thank you so much Panthera and to the others for posting your tips!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 18, 2010
Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings
This turned out reeeeeally good! I added a can of peas and carrots (but I put them in the beginning and I should have waited until towards the end when I added the biscuits), seasonings: seasoned salt, cumin, lot's of garlic powder and fresh ground pepper and a splash of milk and flour to thicken it up. I also used flaky butter flavored biscuits and that was very yummy. I tore them apart and rolled into little balls before throwing in to be more like actual dumplings and let them cook about an hour. Soooo good! I couldn't stop sneaking bites and was full before everyone else ate, haha! My family tore it up and cleaned out the crock pot. I feel like I need to do cardio the next day, but this makes great sick, hungover or snow day food. Thanks for this recipe and for all the suggestions!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 7, 2010

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