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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Ham and Hash Brown Quiche
I had an idea for dinner but couldn't find what I wanted so I used this recipe as a template and it was exactly what I was looking for. My version used ham and a mix of sauteed leeks, broccoli and mushrooms. I also added an extra egg & a little extra milk, giving it 35 mins at 350. I may have been overly generous with the melted butter on the crust because only the edges browned and the rest of it was 'foamy' so next time I'll try using a pastry brush and give it a light brush. We will definitely make this again, thank you, Candace!

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 23, 2013
Autumn Cheesecake
I think I've rated this recipe before but it deserves another thumb's up. I was skeptical of apple + cheesecake but I'm sure glad I gave it a shot. I always follow a recipe closely for the first time and then do my own thing after that and it was great the first time. Now, I use an extra brick of cream cheese, extra egg, 1/4 cup extra of sugar to make a larger cake. I slice my apples thin, chop them up and sprinkle onto the top rather than arrange the slices because I wanted them to cook and not just dry out. Brown sugar instead of white mixed in with the apples. Instead of a graham crust I just pat down a layer of ground almonds and pour the batter directly on top. This makes it gluten-free. When fall rolls around, this is the cheesecake that I turn to. Very seasonal and would be great for Thanksgiving.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 10, 2012
Chocolate Orange Cookies
Excellent!!! I rolled each half into a log and joined them together as suggested. I wrapped it in plastic, put it in the fridge and sliced to bake. Very pretty, very tasty and I'll definitely make them again.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 23, 2010

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