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Best Spinach Dip Ever

Reviewed: Jan. 16, 2015
I was going to make this as written but first I went to the Knorr website and they said to use the Vegetable soup mix and so I did. It was fantastic and had more colour and other flavour components that the Potato/Leek doesn't have. I would suggest that instead, otherwise everything else was the same. The water chestnuts really do make all the difference.
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Individual Pumpkin Pies

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2014
I made these today and want to thank all the reviewers for their advice. I used foil liners and baked for 40 minutes. They came out great but could use a bit more flavour. Next time I will use the spices that are usually called for in a pumpkin pie. They will be my Christmas pot-luck dessert.
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Delicious Ham and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2013
Absolutely fantastic soup! Made it directly as written except for I added carrots and it is the best soup I have ever made. Gave one container away and when they ate it I was quickly asked why I didn't share more, when was I making it again, and send the recipe!! Thanx for making me look so good! UPDATE: I found this recipe again and after making it I went to review it and found that I already did!! Now if that isn't the sign of a great recipe {or failing memory :~)} I don't know what is. This time I cooked everything in the chicken broth and grated in some carrots for colour. Also added some garlic salt otherwise exactly as written and fabulous!!
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Slow Cooker Stuffing

Reviewed: Feb. 1, 2013
I made this for a family Christmas supper. My Mother always added brown sugar to her stuffing and I have been trying to duplicate the flavour that everyone in my family grew up with and misses since my Mom passed away. This recipe was close to hers so I omitted the mushrooms, thyme, and marjoram and added about a 1/4 cup brown sugar to the cooked vegetables and let it cook down. My siblings and my mom's grandchildren all loved the taste and said that it reminded them of Mom/Grandma. I found it was way too much broth and so it was gummy and today when I make it I will use way less. I am going to try stuffing my chicken with it today so wish me luck!! Thanx for the memory evoking recipe.
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Cheddar Pudding

Reviewed: Oct. 24, 2012
I don't know whether it is my oven or not but 20 minutes wasn't enough time. It was soggy in the middle so I put it back in for 10 more minutes. I didn't use the sherry at all so I think it might have been even more soggy with the extra liquid. Other than that it was pretty darn tasty.I love bacon and onion so next time I will use even more of those!
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Raspberry Tart

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2012
I have never made a tart before so I was nervous! When I read the reviews I was scared about the crust but I trusted the people who said it was great-and it was! I did it by hand as I have no stand mixer and it came together quickly. My butter was very soft so I don't know if that was why but it was a snap. Then I did as Lori suggested and I put it in the tart pan without chilling and that worked out great too! I then followed someone else's suggestion and put cornstarch in my seedless raspberry jam.The tart looked fantastic when done. I made a white chocolate sauce with white chocolate chips and cream. I was soooo pleased with the results that I shared it with my co-workers who were knocked out by my skill!!(if they only knew!!) Thank you so much for this fantastic tasting and easy recipe.
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Bacon and Tomato Cups

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2012
These are great but I found them too doughy as was noted in an earlier review. With the last of the filling I flattend a piece of bread a little bit, buttered one side and pressed the buttered side down into the ungreased muffinn tin. I got two muffins from one slice of bread. They cooked up perfectly, a little bit crispy and delicious. My next batch will all be made this way!
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