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Raspberry Version of Strawberry Cheese Pie
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Easy Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Fan-Freaking-Fantastic!! I will NEVER buy mint ice cream from a store again--and I really mean that. This is so simple to make and so much tastier than store-bought, who needs Dreyers?? I made this almost exactly per the recipe, except that I tripled the peppermint flavoring. (We really love cool MINT at our house! And triple is just right for us.) I also chopped up some mint chocolate bars and mint chocolate chips instead of using plain chocolate (I stock up on these at Christmas time and freeze them for later use). And I didn't measure the chocolate, just eye-balled it. The texture of the ice cream is perfect--creamy, but not like eating Cool-Whip, like so many other ice cream recipes are. Make it the day before you want to eat it so it can set up thoroughly. And if any of it lasts in your freezer for a week or two without being devoured, the taste actually gets even better over time. I experimented with one batch where I was trying to reduce the naughtiness a bit and used half and half instead of cream--this didn't work (it didn't set up), but I did learn in the process that you can cut the sugar a bit (by 1/2 cup on a double batch) and it will still be sweet enough. But I say, make it as written and ENJOY. Why mess with success? It's absolutely scrumptious!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2010
Cookies 'n' Creme Fudge
This was quite tasty. I made a mint version for Christmas using mint Oreos with 1 t of peppermint extract added when I stirred in the cookies. The mint Oreos made the fudge a festive green color. Would make again.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 7, 2010
Sarah's Banana Bread Muffins
Family thought these were very tasty. I added peanut butter and chocolate chips. Cook time is long for my preferences. I baked the first part of the batch for 30 minutes and, though they came out okay, I thought they were a little too done--tops were quite brown and kind of hard. Baked second part of batch for only 25 minutes and they came out just slightly browned and soft. Much better. Would make again.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 27, 2009
 
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