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Family-Style French Toast

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2011
All 5 members of my family loved it! They thought I was making cinnamon rolls. This recipe is easy and delicious! I had a day-old French Loaf. I cut the slices into Texas toast thickness (about 1" as suggested) and then soaked them by holding them down in the egg mixture until the air/bubbles quit escaping from the bread. I poured the leftover egg slowly over the pieces in the pan and let it soak in. I cooked them for 25 minutes on an aluminum pan and then flipped the pieces over to cook for another 3 minutes in the oven. Next time I might make more brown sugar mixture, but it was delightful just as Hennie wrote it! (If you like pecans, you could mix some in with the brown sugar mixture in the bottom of the pan.)
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Oatmeal Banana Raisin Coconut Cookies

Reviewed: Apr. 19, 2008
These are yummers! I'm not a huge fan of banana flavored foods, but I was looking for an alternative to banana bread. I'm very excited to have found this recipe! I made a few changes: I used stick butter because that's what I had on hand; I didn't beat the egg because I was lazy; I used Pampered Chef Cinnamon Plus instead of cinnamon/nutmeg/cloves; I didn't slice my bananas; I used half the suggested raisins and used butterscotch chips for the other half; I used a 7 oz. bag of coconut because that's what I had. My ripe/black bananas had been frozen and they mixed in just fine once thawed. I cooked them on my stone for 13 minutes and they were a nice golden brown. Someone went as far as labeling these "healthy"... With the amount of butter and sugar, I wouldn't call them that! I did, however, double the recipe as someone else suggested and I'm glad I did. Thanks!
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Easy Peachy Cobbler Bake

Reviewed: Sep. 23, 2007
I took others' recommendations and made some mistakes but it still came out great! I used 2 29 oz cans of peach halves (they were in heavy syrup) and drained them. I used 4 T butter and used non-fat milk. I forgot to blend the milk with the Bisquick mixture and had to blend it together in the 9x13 (with the peaches and all). It still came out fabulously! I wish it had a little crunchier texture and a little more taste, but it's quick and easy...and tastes good!
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Rosenmunnar

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2007
Super easy to make and bake! I cooked mine for about 10-12 minutes and they were perfect. I used just a tad less unsifted flour and added some vanilla and the flavor is great! I also used homemade triple berry jam on them. I used a stone to cook them on and the Pampered Chef melon baller to size them. Then I made the thumb print with a baby spoon. Each cookie received about 1/4 t jam and very few had spills. I got about 36 cookies from the recipe.
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Slower Cooker Meatloaf

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2007
For convenience, it's a decent meatloaf. I cooked mine for about 4 hours on high. I used 3 T ketchup, 2 T A1 sauce, a few dashes of onion salt and some Italian bread crumbs. The consistency is great for making sandwiches. I would probably use even less A1 sauce if I made it again. The crock did have a lot of grease in the bottom (I think my meat was 85/15) so cooking it with raw potatoes on the bottom (to soak up the grease) might be an interesting twist next time.
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