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Melt In Your Mouth Toffee
OMG--so good! And I love that there is NO high-fructose corn syrup, which is a no-no in my house. Great recipe! Since I live in Hawaii and wanted a 'local' treat, I used Mac nuts--- I should sell this stuff!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 6, 2012
Crescent Dogs
VEGETARIANS can enjoy these too, if you don't mind the white flour etc. in the crescent rolls. Pillsbury has taken the transfats out of a lot of their stuff--maybe even these. I've made them for kids' parties with "Big Franks" or some other veggie dog--everyone loves them and they soon disappear. Non-veggie kids don't even notice the dogs are not meat.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 20, 2012
French Bread Rolls to Die For
This is a TERRIFIC basic recipe that you can make plain, or add to. PERFECT!!! I quadrupled the recipe! since I was taking the rolls to a big spaghetti dinner at our church. Since I'm old and arthritic, I can't knead dough. So I added as much flour as would fit in my mixer bowl to all the wet ingrediants (after following the regular steps in the recipe) and mixed in my kitchen aid with the dough hook for quite a while to work up the gluten. Then I poured the wet stuff into my biggest bowl, which held all the remaining flour and just mixed it together. The texture was great. If you just make one recipe, it might all fit--making this even easier. I kind of hate reading how "I changed" this or that... BUT...Here goes: I did substitute 1/4 wholewheat flour for 1/4 of the white. I also added minced garlic and chopped fresh rosemary to the dough--- to taste. And used all virgin olive oil, which I also greased the pan with and dribbled lightly over the tiop after baking. No butter needed~ One man enthusiastically said it was the best bread he'd tasted in his enitre life-- WOW! There were NO leftovers--- although I made at least 25 extra rolls. THANKS!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 19, 2012
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