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Catrina C

Catrina C
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Living In: San Clemente, California, USA
Member Since: Dec. 2011
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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Easy Batter Fruit Cobbler
To the person who wouldn't make this recipe because of its unhealful qualities, you missed out, sister! You don't have to eat this for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you know. It was Ahhhhhhmazing. Based on Naples review about quantity, I changed the servings to 6 but kept it in the same 8"x8" pan, baking until bubbly and golden, about 60 mins. I stuck to the recipe, using coarse sugar for the top. Seriously, it was in the oven in minutes, and nothing short of fabulous when it came out. HOWEVER! The next time I make it, I will cut back on the butter and sugar by 1/3, for personal preference only, I just felt that it didn't have to be as sweet as it was...didn't stop me from eating half the pan, though! This recipe will not disappoint!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 14, 2013
Sweet Restaurant Slaw
Okay...yum. I rarely rate recipes, and to do so now for, of all things, cole slaw? Mostly, cole slaw is just there, like a dish of white rice, or a bowl of oatmeal. But THIS cole slaw was really, really good. I sliced my own cabbage, and found that doubling the dressing recipe was the perfect amount for one entire head of cabbage. Do yourself a favor: halve the sugar then taste it. You can always add the other half of the sugar if it's not sweet enough for you, but I found that is was perfect with half the sugar, couldn't imagine it any sweeter, and I like it sweet.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 18, 2013
Oatmeal Carmelitas
I can usually tell if I have a winner when I taste the dough, I can eat it like cookies. :) I was disappointed by this dough however, it seemed unspectacular and buttery. Still, it looked fantastic and gooey and bubbly when I pulled it out of the oven (it took about 10 minutes longer than quoted to get golden) and I took the advice of several reviewers and let it cool before cutting. I had a bite then, and thought it was ok. Fast forward 7 hours-it's now past bedtime, everyone's asleep, and the flavors have had a chance to meld. I cut another sliver and another and another and honestly, I think I've eaten half the dang pan, they're so good.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 18, 2013

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