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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Buffalo Chicken Dip
I love this recipe. I got it from a friend about a year ago, and have made it with rave reviews ever since. The only things different I do with it, are use rotisserie chickens from the deli at the grocery store, chopped fine (the chicken's just way better that way than canned, without having to actually cook it yourself), and use Bleu Cheese dressing instead of ranch. Then we layered it instead of mixing it all together in a class dish. Chicken/hot sauce mix on bottom, then layer of cream cheese/dressing mix, then layer of chedder cheese and bake until cheese is melty, and the center is bubbling.

34 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2011
Red Hot Baked Apples
I'm Sorry, but here I go again, lol. HOW CAN YOU RATE A RECIPE YOU DIDN'T MAKE?????? The recipe is for RED HOT baked Apples. They call for redhots. It's in the title. I don't get it, lol Anyway, outstanding recipe, sure to be a long time favorite in my house, lol!

23 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2010
Amish White Bread
I got volunteered to send monkey bread for my son's Christmas breakfast tomorrow, so I was trying to find a good recipe instead of buying it already made. I hate the canned biscuit kind, and the only recipe I found from scratch involved a bread machine. So I found this recipe and combined it with the Monkey Bread II recipe on this site. I made a test one last night, and it's almost gone. I can't believe how easy this bread recipe is. It was wonderful, soft and perfect. After following the recipe all the way up to dividing into two loaves before the second rise, I then pull pieces of one loaf and rolled them in cinnamon and brown sugar and butter and dropped them into a bundt pan, let it rise for another 30 minutes then baked it for about 25 minutes. It is excellent. I'm making the second one now, for the class tomorrow. I'm tweaking this one by increasing the sugar and cinnamon, and coating the pan in butter and brown sugar first to make a caramel glaze when I turn it out of the pan. I will be making this bread again, as regular white bread. Forgot to add that I was out of bread flour, so I used all purpose flour and 4 tsp of vital wheat gluten (have no idea why I had this on hand, but glad I did). Also, this was my FIRST time making bread by hand without my bread machine that I can not find since we moved 5 years ago.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 17, 2009

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