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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
J.P.'s Big Daddy Biscuits
very easy and delicious. I followed tips from others to make this a bit better such as baking in my pre-heated buttered cast iron skillet for 10 mins at 450; using half cold butter and half cold shortening; also I added vinegar to the milk to make butter milk; I only made half of the recipe and it yielded 4 nice large biscuits I used a pub glass to cut the dough and I tried not to handle too much as other reviewers mentioned. thanks for the recipe and all for the tips

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Reviewed On: Sep. 7, 2013
Sopapilla Cheesecake Pie
received many compliments! was able to found the crscent baking sheets so i lucked out there. i prebaked the bottom crust for 8 mins in the oven and whipped the cream cheese mixture while that cooled. changes i made: used 3 packs of cream cheese-could have got away with 2-2.5 i thought it was too much cream cheese. i also added 1 egg to the cream cheese mixture. i brushed the butter on the top crust them sprinkled the cinnamon and sugar mixture all over. i didn't use it all bu ti think in the end it could have used a bit more. this recipe is a winner and it can def be tweaked depending on your tastes. everyone loved it will def make again

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Reviewed On: Dec. 26, 2012
Monkey Bread I
this recipe was wonderful! i was looking for something simple and delicious to make for my bf's family and they were very pleased. he requested me to make it, as we both tried it for the 1st time when we stayed at a bed and breakfast upstate NY. i read several reviews and suggestions before taking this on. i pretty much followed as is, except i made balls instead of cutting the rolls in quarters and i made more of the brown sugar butter sauce and i poured the brown sugar sauce over each layer (there were 2 layers). it may be because i made balls, i made most of the 2nd layer, but didn't complete it. (it didn't make a difference in how the bread came out tho, see pics)next time i will make the balls more uniform in size. i used the honey butter and buttermilk biscuit dough. sprinkled raisins and walnuts on the bottom of the pan and throughout the layers. i used a srping form tube pan, put a baking sheet on the bottom rack while cooking and covered the bottom of my spring form pan with foil to prevent leakage. this method works but its probably easier to purchase a bundt pan. i also used tented foil over the bread for the 1st 20 minutes. i ate a piece fresh out of the oven and it was great but at the time it seamed like it could have used 5 more minutes of cook time but a couple hours later it was just perfect. i guess it depends on your preference and your oven. thanks for the amazing recipe!! one last thing- i had a lot of cinnamon sugar left over i would divide it in half.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 16, 2012

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