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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Lemon Pie II
Will definitely make again - this one is going in my permanent file!! Recipe is great as-is with the exception that the instructions need to include information about making sure the cream cheese is at room temperature and very soft (for those who don't know already). I went heavy on the lemon juice and made my own crust (thank you, reviewer number 14 for the quick/fantastic crust recipe!) and topped with slightly sweetened whipped cream. Might try this with lime next time...

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Reviewed On: Sep. 2, 2013
Pumpkin Wheat Honey Muffins
I made these as-is which I always like to do when trying and rating a recipe. The only exception is that I did not have raisins and used dried cranberries instead. My family LOVES the usual pumpkin muffins I make but these were great and a welcome change from my typical white flour-sugar pumpkin muffin recipe. They have a wonderful hearty, kind of earthy, texture using the whole wheat and I loved using the brown sugar and honey - they really added great flavor. I put the nuts on top instead of inside so they toasted. These are yummy still two days later. Will definitely make again!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 14, 2012
Clone of a Cinnabon
Look no further than this recipe!!! I've made many cinnamon roll recipes and tweaked them myself trying to get as close as possible to cinnabons (and I'm a seasoned baker!) but this is it. I always try to follow new recipes exactly if I'm going to review them so I made this just about as-is except I used all butter. I also used King Arthur Flour's special dry milk and warm water instead of the regular milk (I do this when making yeast breads that call for milk, makes it lighter and moister) but that isn't necessary. For personal taste I doubled the frosting recipe (LOVE the frosting!) and smeared 1/2 on when they came out of the oven and the other half after they cooled a bit - this is something I always do when making my cinnamon rolls per a cinnabon ex-employee's suggestion. Makes them moist with some melty frosting and some thicker on top. Oh, and take a rolling pin over the cinnamon/sugar a couple times before you roll them up - definitely helps with filling issues. Just my personal touches as everyone else does but this recipe is awesome as written (with butter).

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Reviewed On: Jan. 28, 2012

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