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Stacey McDonald


Stacey McDonald
 
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Member Since: Apr. 2003
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Baking, Grilling & BBQ, Slow Cooking, Mexican, Italian, Southern, Dessert, Quick & Easy
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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Waffles I
Fabulous, easy recipe I will use every time. I only had 2% milk so I subbed in 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream to make the 1-3/4 cup called for. I also had to add an extra (approx) 1/3 cup 2% after mixing everything to thin it out. I used 1/4 veg oil and 1/4 cup melted butter. Used one whole tsp pure vanilla. I have a new, Foodnetwork non-stick, 4-slice waffle iron so I did not spray the iron. Set heat to crispy and they were still tender inside. Perfect. My batter made 10 fat waffles. A small dash of cinnamon or any other seasoning (or even chocolate chips or blueberries) would work great with this recipe. Versatile. Husband said they were the best waffles he's ever eaten and my 2 young kids inhaled them. Shared with several friends!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 2, 2014
Easy Peach Cobbler
GREAT recipe, Rebecca! This is absolutely DELICIOUS AND EASY! I love to cook & bake & am always on the lookout for a great recipes using ingredients I have on hand..& this one is a hands-down WINNER! I buttered the glass casserole dish. I didn't have fresh peaches so I used 2 large cans of peaches in heavy syrup. I dissolved 3 TB of cornstarch into 3 TB cold water & then added it to the syrup with one teaspoon of vanilla & 3 TB of brown sugar, & simmered it in a sauce pan until fairly thick (about 10 min), constantly stirring. I then poured about one cup of the mixture over the peaches. I worked the cubed cold butter & cubed cold cream cheese together with the yellow cake mix in a large bowl until crumbly (only takes about 5 minutes.) Then I brushed the top with melted butter & sprinkled with extra cinnamon before baking for 50+ minutes, keeping an eye on the topping to make sure it didn't burn. Baking it a little longer keeps the bottom of the crust from being soggy & firms up & crisps the crust a little better. The juice-ratio was perfect b/c it was thickened. The topping will soften overnight so for leftovers, I put the cobbler back into the oven on 350 for about 10-15 minutes. Perfect! I've already passed this revised recipe along to several friends after taking it to a family party. I'll make this many, many more years to come and try out different fruits & cake mix flavor. YUM!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 7, 2011
 
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