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Mrs. Sigg's Snickerdoodles

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2014
Worked perfectly. I did the baking soda test (after reading reviews) and it didn't fizz, so I added the 1/8 tsp baking powder to get it to rise. Followed reviewers' advice. Mixed by hand instead of electric mixer. Rolled in sugar/cin instead of shaking. Cooked 8 minutes on parchment paper and slid off the pan immediately upon removing from oven. Perfect. I froze them and am going to hope they taste freshly baked Friday when I have to use them for a cookie bar!!! Thank you for the suggestions. Great recipe.
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Tilapia with Creamy Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2012
Five stars for quick and yummy. Decreased the lemon, increased the cream cheese and added a little milk. Cooked the sauce over the stove. Used dried dill. Heard lots of "Mmmm" from my daughter...the only one that was home. Thanks.
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Caramel Apple Pork Chops

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2011
For medical reasons I have to follow a vegan diet, but I cook for a large crew every weekend for Sunday day when my kids and their spouses come over for Sunday dinner. My son said, "Mom, I think this is the best meal you've ever made!" Lots of raves. I added a little more of the sauce ingredients, and dredged the chops in seasoned flour before frying, and then put it in the over for at least a half hour. I'm saving this one!
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Zucchini Bread IV

Reviewed: Aug. 22, 2009
Great. I used the applesauce oil combo and topped with the struesel. My husband said, "This ought to be a sin." I'm going to try it now with white wheat flour, bananas for the eggs, applesauce for the oil and see what kind of results I get. Thanks for the recipe.
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Cake Balls

Reviewed: Mar. 31, 2008
Followed some reviewers' suggestions. I was in a hurry, so made cupcakes instead, and placed all the cupcakes in a gallon ziplock back, crumbled it and put it in the freezer while I cleaned up kitchen. Then used the 8 oz cream cheese, one cup powdered sugar, tsp of vanilla as suggested by one reviewer (since I didn't have any frosting, and love cream cheese and don't really love premade frosting) and mixed it all up. As I formed the balls, I placed them on a plate, and I placed that plate in the freezer. Melted my coating in a coffee mug, and rolled cold balls into the coffee mug, placed on waxed paper. Melted some chocolate chips in a ziplock baggie and drizzled on top white-coated balls. I can't eat them, but the neighbors and family really liked them and asked me to leave the three leftover balls. Left some of them frozen in the freezer and I'll coat them for a special treat sometime. Seems like they'd be a good thing to have on hand for a quick dessert. Took quite a bit of coating chocolate to do all those balls. Looked yummy.
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Ham and Swiss Casserole

Reviewed: May 12, 2007
Needed something quick to bring to a neighbor and found this. Doubled the recipe so we could have one. I left out the pepers, and layered everything and then put soup mixture on top layers because I feared it would be too dry if the last layer was noodles. Husband LOVED it. Thanks so much.
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Chocolate Earthquake Cake I

Reviewed: Jan. 21, 2007
Not made to wow your guests by its looks...but my family died over the taste of this thing. Making it right now again for a family gathering. Wonderful!!
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Yogurt Almond Ice Cream

Reviewed: Jul. 17, 2005
Well, I tried it without the oil, and it turned out hard as a rock by the next day, so I'm making it again with the oil. Adding raspberries, drained crushed pineapple, and chopped bananas near the end of the cycle. Fun recipe to play with...and so yummy!
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Taste of Home's Morning Glory Muffins

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2005
Was looking for a recipe I could turn vegan due to some diet restrictions I'm having to follow--and this recipe STILL was excellent. Used all wheat flour, pumpkin for the oil, 1/2 banana + 1/4 tsp baking powder for each egg, honey and brown sugar for the sugar. The results were excellent. Thanks.
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Almost No Fat Banana Bread

Reviewed: May 7, 2002
Almost passed this one by due to the fat free nature...but am I glad I didn't! Had to rub it in dh's face when he said he loved it! Used 3 ripe bananas, added choco chips and nuts for fun, 1/2 nutmeg and upped the cinnamon due to some reviews saying it was bland, and cut the sugar. To sell my husband on a healthy recipe is something! Made it as muffins, 350 for 18 min. Perfect. Thanks. TStephensx7
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