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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Classic Caramel Apples
1st of all, I am honored to be the 1st to rate this recipe! It had a picture perfect photo with extreemly easy directions & simple ingredients. I questioned whether mine would turn out as shiny as the apples in the photo.....But it came out exaaaaaactly like the ones in the photo! I used 3 Large Fuji apples (because they're firm & crunchy especially for chicken salads). The caramel had a perfect texture to sink your teeth into, but also was firm (not too messy/gooey or sticky when set). Next time I will get 2 bags of carmel & put it all in a slow-cooker w/ those plastic slow-cooker disposable liners; dip the apples right in the slow-cooker & toss the liner out "no mess to clean up!"I have a talkative 3yr old & a busy 2yr old with Autism...right now it's 11pm and this was such a PERFECT late night treat for busy mother!!! Thank You

53 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 18, 2012
Sloppy Joes II
I grew eating Sloppy Joe's and the way my mom made it (with chunky carrot, Spaghetti sauce) I hated it!!!!! I wanted to try something different & give this one 5 stars because it tastes even better after the day it was made... I tripled the recipe and added about 1/4cup of brown sugar plus the instant oats as recommended :)

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 10, 2012
Fiery Fish Tacos with Crunchy Corn Salsa
This was soooo good! I only had dried cilantro and I only used 2 tsp of cayenne pepper & it was still very spicy. I did find the Jicama at Walmart superstore and this with the lime juice is what really sets this off! I ALWAYS deepfry my corn tortillas in olive oil, I can't eat them just warmed up! So it was cruncy & mind blowing! I ran out of Tilapia and used catfish, it was still great!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 13, 2011

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