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Slow Cooker Chicken and Stuffing Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2013
Very disappointed. It turned out mushy and muddled. The bread disintegrated. I followed the recipe exactally. The only change I made was to add a couple stalks of celery and some extra seasonings. This is a recipe I will not try again, not even with alterations. We ended up eating sandwiches.
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Cabbage Roll Soup

Reviewed: Aug. 19, 2013
I'm a sad momma with this recipe tonight. For starters, it has not where near enough water to make it a soup. Secondly, almost no flavor, I had to add TONS of salt, and Herbs de Provance, and a bunch of other spices just to make it edible. Thirdly, Hubby and I agreed that it was far to acidic. And finally, it scorched in the "bring to a boil" step. It would have been nice if someone had mentioned to stir often. I know I should have just known to do this, but a little reminder would have saved a whole pot of food.
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Confetti Beef Taco Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 15, 2013
Yummy. I made a couple of adjustments according to my taste, what was available, and a favorite childhood version of this recipe. My favorite adjustment is to use Cool Ranch Doritos instead of plain tortilla chips. Also added canned black beans, and Thousand Island for the dressing. Thanks so much Beef. It's What's For Dinner. Awesome, easy recipe.
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Zucchini Pizza Bake

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2013
All I can say is YUM. Well, that's not exactly true, I can also say that this was a great versatile recipe. I left a portion of the casserole without the ground beef, making for a part vegatarian part meat casserole, which is something I always look for in a recipe, since my daughter doesn't eat beef. YUMMY.
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Simple Slow Cooker Meatloaf

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2013
Came out great, just like any of the best meatloaves we have made. The slow cooker just added the ability to let it cook while we were at church and be ready for us when we got home. This is a great recipe I will use again.
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Rich Hot Fudge Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2013
Mine ended up way to thick, but I think that is due, at least in part, to the fact that I didn't have any sweetened condensed milk, so I made my own. I think I may have over thickened it, leading to the over thickness of the fudge sauce. I used it anyway, just melting it in the microwave for a minute, and adding a little milk. It was soooo yummy!
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Chocolate Fudge Buttercream Frosting

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2013
This is just about the best fudge frosting I've ever tasted. Mine turned out a bit runny, which I solved by adding more powdered sugar and shortening. I added these to taste until it was both the right texture and the right flavor. I think the runniness was because of the hot fudge topping. I'll be using this recipe from now on whenever I need fudge frosting for cookies or cake.
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Basic Cookie Mix

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2013
I made this mix and used in in pb cookies. They turned out ok, but spread quite a bit. I'm looking forward to trying it in more recipes. After using 2 c. for the pb mix I put the remaining mix in pint canning jars for easy use the next time I make cookies.
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Basic Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2013
They spread out big time, and didn't get the nice brown color and slightly crumbly texture I like in pb cookies, but they sure were easy and delicious!
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Quick and Easy Pizza Crust

Reviewed: Jul. 28, 2013
Not a huge fan. I think the crust would have been better if it cooked alone for 5-10 minutes, then add sauce and toppings and bake a little longer, 'til cheese melts and toppings heat up. As written my pizza came out with really dark brown cheese, and doughy crust. The second pizza came out with cheese overdone and crust underdone as well, even though I reduced the bake time by 5 minutes. I think I'll look for another crust recipe, which is a disappointment, since I like the "quick and easy" part.
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Classic Beef Stew from Birds Eye®

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2013
We used extra beef broth instead of diced tomatoes because Hubby doesn't like tomatoes in beef stew. We also added spices to taste, paprika, black pepper, etc. It was sure nice and easy to have the veggies already chopped. The only complaint I have is that the potatoes were mealy. I think potatoes would be better fresh, and it needed more of them. This was really good otherwise.
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HERDEZ® Creamy Tomatillo Avocado Salsa

Reviewed: Jul. 10, 2013
This recipe was an awesome twist on a traditional guac. Being from New Mexico, you'd think I'd be used to spicy stuff, but on the contrary, I am a spice wimp. Using the ingredients, but at different amounts, I'm not going to confess how little sauce I used and how much avocado and greek yogurt, but suffice to say I liked it, and my wimpy family loved it as well (Hubby would have prob liked it spicer, but he is always out voted when it comes to the amount of spice we use on things in this house). We ate it on shrimp tacos, and it was a huge hit. There's lots left over, and I'm sure it will be yummy on chips or veggies, or whatever else we find to dip it in.
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Savory Beefy Burgers

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2013
The burgers fell apart on the grill. We felt that if they were going to have so much garlic and onion they needed a binder of some kind, such as an egg in order to stay together. We also felt that the garlic and onion didn't add to the flavor enough to make it worth the trouble. We used 75/25 beef. I'm disappointed because I really expected this to be a great idea. I'm looking forward to trying some of the other Bird's Eye Recipe Ready mixes, I think it's an excellent idea.
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Campfire Banana Splits

Reviewed: Jun. 27, 2013
I'm glad I only made two, they were delicious! Now I have to play around with them, nuts, pb, graham cracker crumbs, oreo crumbs, who knows what else! Can hardly wait to try!
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Caramelized Onions on the Grill

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2013
While they were delicious once finished, they took forever.
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Easiest Teriyaki Marinade Ever

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2013
Teriyaki couldn't be easier!! WE made this with chicken thighs, and it was awesome, so easy, so yummy. Will defiantly stay in the recipe box.
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Grilled Lemon Yogurt Chicken

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2013
We used chicken thighs, and these came out very good. I didn't have a lemon, so used lemon juice in place of the juice and zest (I know it would have been better with real lemon, but I had to use what I had). The recipe is really good and will stay in my recipe box.
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Blueberry Banana Bread

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2013
I only made a couple of changes to this recipe. The first one was because of necessity. I doubled the batch and ran out of butter and had to substitute canola oil. The second change was due to taste. After the whole process, I tasted the batter, and wanted more blueberry, so I added an additional cup, making the total 3 c. for the double batch (btw, all I had were frozen blueberries, so that’s what I used – which accounts for the blue/purple color of my loaves). The only other change was that I made regular size loaves instead of mini ones. The batter tasted so good I could have eaten it all raw, and would have too, if it weren’t for the 4 raw eggs in there (well, maybe I wouldn’t have eaten it ALL, but I would have certainly eaten my share!) Because I made regular size loaves, it took about 20 extra minutes to bake, making the total bake time 45 minutes. They came out looking luscious golden brown, with the delicious crispy/chewy crust I love, moist in the middle, and just yummy through and through! When I woke up the day after making it, my family had devoured one whole loaf, and were all raving about how great it was.
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