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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Easy OREO Truffles
The balls are good but I didn't give it a 5 star because I find it simply taste like an "Oreo"!! Nothing special. I used the exact ingredients stated in the recipe. I did the following and they were not messy at all and perfect in appearance. 1.) I used my food processor to chop the oreos then I added the Cream cheese to the food processor. I left it on chop until all of the oreos were completely mixed with the cream cheese. 2) Using a 1 tbsp measuring spoon, I scooped a heaping spoonful of mixture (packing it against the side of the bowl) then popped it out on the edge of the ball. I placed them on a tray covered in wax paper. I then stuck toothpicks in them to allow me to hold it while dipping. 3 )I put them in the freezer for about 45 minutes. 4) After freezing, melt chocolate in a dish deep enough to cover the ball when dipped. I used a measuring cup. Melt chocolate only until smooth (in attempt to keep the temperature as low as possible). 5) ONLY remove a few balls at a time. Use toothpick to dip into chocolate. Place on a tray. 6) Sprinkle crushed oreos on top while chocolate is still soft (bc they will not stick later). 7) Once balls have hardened, gently pull out toothpicks. Suggestion: Do not leave balls on counter too long. If you keep them i the refrigerator, they will hold and remain hard enough to eat without messy fingers!!! ENJOY!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2014
Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast
I used a 3.5 pound chuck roast (because it is what the store had left the day before thanksgiving) and added 1 small sweet yellow onion. I chopped the onion in rings and layered some on the bottom of the pot and the rest on top of the roast. I seasoned it with salt, pepper, garlic powder and cayenne pepper. I also cut slits in the roast and stuffed it with garlic. Put it in the crock pot around 10pm on low/10 hours. When I checked it at 7am, it was so tender and made a beautiful gravy. Being from Louisiana, brown gravy is important for white rice (lol). We did not have to use a knife to cut the roast - just pulled it apart with a fork to serve.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 28, 2013
Awesome and Easy Creamy Corn Casserole
I am always determined to try new recipes at Holidays because i hate serving the same thing year-after-year. This one was FANTASTIC. It is simple and easy to throw together as is written. Just to add some Cajun flare to it next time, I will probably add chopped onion, bell peppers, jalapeno peppers and maybe sprinkle some cheese. But it is great without it.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 28, 2013

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