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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Corn Casserole II
This is basically the same terrific recipe my mom made, with two differences. 1) Instead of sour cream, my mom's recipe called for an 8 oz container of onion dip. We loved the sour cream & onion flavor it gave the corn. 2) No cheese topping, although I can see how that might be good. With all the onion dip action going on in my version, though, I think I'll skip it. I think this is supposed to have a soft, spoon bread texture, but we preferred a firmer texture, so we always baked it for an hour, or even a bit more. Delicious in any version, but try the onion dip!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 29, 2013
Gooey Butter Cookies
I made this recipe using a chocolate butter flavored cake mix,using 1/2 tsp. vanilla, at the request of my teen-and wow, was it good! In fact,the dough tasted so good that it was difficult to save enough to bake! However, this makes a very soft,sticky dough, and I found refrigerating before rolling it into balls was a MUST. I chilled it while the oven preheated, and that wasn't long enough. I think 1/2hour would be the minimum. The chocolate dough makes it difficult to gauge the doneness, so check for edges that are firm to the touch, and trust carryover heat to do the rest. To replicate that gooey butter cake look (and separate these from similar looking chocolate crinkles or crackles) give them a generous dusting of powdered sugar before plating. These are so easy to make in any flavor that I think I'll include both the original and chocolate versions on my cookie trays for gift giving.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 8, 2012
Pumpkin Pie Cake II
I found a recipe almost exactly the same in a school fundraiser cookbook, and it is, indeed, to die for! I don't like pumpkin pie, but I LOVE this, as does everyone who tries it! The only difference from this recipe is that the original called for pumpkin pie spice instead of cinnamon. It makes for a more complex, pumpkin pie-ey flavor. I've lost the original recipe, so I'm going to have to make it to taste, and then update my review with a recommended substitution.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 22, 2012

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