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Emily's Easy Sausage and Spicy Tomato Dip

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2011
This is awesome stuff! And as usual, I had to compromise with what I had on hand. So this is what I used...1-14oz can Hunt's Fire Roasted diced tomatoes, drained and 1-4oz can chopped green chili's undrained. Turned out delicious! This is a great recipe and I can't wait to experiment with it, thank you Emily! I bet this would be great over pasta :)
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Lemon Pie Bars

Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2011
If you love lemon, you can't go wrong with these bars! Easy and quick to make and the sweet and sour combined with the shortbread crust is a great combo. As others have commented, I would definitely double the filling to match the thickness of the crust, but other than that I wouldn't change a thing! Thanks for this wonderful recipe. It's a keeper.
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Ricotta Cake

Reviewed: May 5, 2011
I like this cake because it's very versatile. And as usual I had to substitute for what I had on hand. This is what I did: Used a Lemon cake mix with 1lb. ricotta cheese and 8oz. softened cream cheese. Then I used lemon extract instead of vanilla. The results were wonderful and because I used half cream cheese it didn't have any standing moisture in the bottom. I also used the Lemon cream cheese frosting off this site as well. Next time I'm going to experiment with strawberry flavors! So glad you shared this recipe!
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Buttery Corn Bread

Reviewed: Jan. 21, 2011
OMG! This is by far some of the best cornbread I've had in a long time, and I've tried many. Wonderful texture with out being to grainy and nice and moist. I only used 1/2 c. of sugar because of my own preferences and it was still plenty sweet but dangerously good! I will look no further, this is now my cornbread recipe. Can't wait to make Mexican cornbread with it. Thank you for the great recipe.
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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 21, 2010
Great cookies! I did alter mine on the second round for my own preferences......I changed the servings to 48 because I always freeze half of them. I only changed a few things to the recipe itself.....I used 1 stick of butter flavor crisco and 2 sticks of real butter. I also like to use the country style oatmeal so I left out a cup and just used 3 cups. Then of course I love choc. so I added 2 cups of M&M's and a cup of raisins. I baked these on my baking stones for about 13 to 14 mins. which gave me a nice thick, chewy and slightly crisp cookie. Perfect cookies to take on our Trail Rides! Delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe, these are a keeper.
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Best-Ever Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake

Reviewed: Nov. 20, 2009
Delicious! Very light and moist cake. I made this in a bundt cake pan and poured the glaze over the top. Let the glaze cool a little so it will thicken and not all run to the bottom. I also used some dark choc. raspberry chips instead of the regular choc. chips. To die for! I will also use real cream or half and half next time in place of the whip topping.....just like the flavor better. Can't go wrong with this one! Only problem is you can't stop eating it.
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Chocolate Toffee Cookies II

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2009
WARNING! You can easily OD on these cookies! I am a choc. lover and these are to die for. I had to alter it a little because of what I had on hand. First of all double this recipe....you will thank yourself you did. I used 3 to 4 Tbls. of Kahlua which helped the stiff dough, then added a cup of semi sweet choc. chips and coarsely chopped pecans because I had no almonds. I also used a larger scoop (2 TBLS. capacity). I baked these on my baking stone which turns out a much better cookie because they don't spread out, they bake up and leave a nice thicker cookie.( you will need to adjust your baking time when using a stone). I always bake extra and freeze in a ziplock for later. I give a BIG THANKS! for this recipe!
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