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Quick and Easy Oatmeal Muffins

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2015
Seems like this recipe would make a great base for any flavor muffin! We made ours with chocolate chips and peanut butter chips, 1/3 of the flour was whole wheat, and they were a huge hit! I could I could imagine using berries or apples or nuts as well. It also looks like it would be easy to make a bit more healthy: using applesauce for oil, more whole wheat flour, and sugar substitutes.
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Italian Sausage Tortellini Soup

Reviewed: Mar. 10, 2014
Loved it! This was one of the most flavorful recipes I've ever made. I served this with corn bread or oyster crackers. I did do a few things differently: I used about 54 oz of beef broth, and it perfectly fed 6 of us in regular-sized soup bowls. I dd just now realize I left out the 1/3 c of water by accident, though! I always look at the less postitive reviews first here on AllRecipes to know what to watch out for. Because my husband doesn't like tomatoes, I left out the tomatoes and the sauce, also because I didn't think I needed them anyway. I did add an extra sausage, and both sausages were cut up, casing on, because I wanted pieces to munch on. I also used fresh everything including basil. I couldn't find fresh oregano, or else I would have used that as well. My dad said, "Definitely a keeper recipe!" and he doesn't get excited about many things like that!
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Banana Oat Muffins

Reviewed: Mar. 20, 2012
Excellent! I used ERINKR82's advice and substituted egg whites, 1/2 brown sugar and applesauce (for oil). I also added chocolate chips because I was cooking for a crowd. I came home with an empty muffin container and found my recipe to have 135 calories, 22 Carb, 5 cholesterol each.
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Tangy Glazed Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2011
I definitely recommend bone-in chicken. White wine was a nice touch.
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No Cook Icing

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2010
This didn't come to peaks for me either. I added the boiling water last. 30 minutes with the mixer/whisk. Three stars are for (1) it did turn beautiful white (in case you're worried about the brown mess), (2) it tasted nice, light and vanilla-y, and (3) it probably would have been perfect as a glaze drizzled over a bundt cake or something similar. It would have been usable if we weren't trying to ice cookies. :)
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Summertime Tilapia

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2010
This was pretty good for us. I wanted to use my home-grown lemon-basil so I substituted that for oregano. I also had to use red wine bc I had no vinegar, and green onions bc I had no shallots. Was pretty good with the tilapia. I served with lemon wedges and parsley. I also made the same marinade for baby gold and red potatoes, carrots & home-grown green beans, also marinated and broiled. The marinade was very strong with the veggies.
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Quick Sausage and Bell Pepper Calzones

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2006
450 degrees was WAY too high for my oven, and besides prep time, recipe was yummy and versatile - tonight I'm trying with sausage and pepperoni and a little rigotta.
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Beer Lime Grilled Chicken

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2003
I'm giving it a 5 because it was so easy! I put it together in the a.m., traveled to a campsite, and we grilled it hours later. True, I'll play with some different spices, but the chicken was so tender, it's worth playing with!
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Garlic Sauteed Artichokes

Reviewed: Apr. 19, 2002
This is great! We have always flavored the butter in which we dip the steamed artichoke - it is much easier and tastier to cook the artichoke with the flavoring! Instead of cutting artichoke in half, also try pouring the sauted butter and garlic over the whole artichoke before cooking in a pressure cooker, and eating leaf by leaf!
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