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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Hawaiian Bread I
This bread is so sweet and tasty! My kids just love it. It almost tastes better after a few hours for the flavors to cool off and to settle in. I used this in conjunction with another recipe from here, "Chicago Dip". It's a spinich dip and you dip chunks of this bread into it. I just cut up the bread into big size chunk-squares and served it with this dip. It was a big hit at a baby shower last night. The only thing I did different was use vanilla instead of cocunut because I didn't have cocunut. Enjoy! Priscilla P

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 10, 2003
Seven Layer Dip I
I made two platters of this last night for a baby shower, and I had probably 10 people say something about the dip, and some didn't even know I made it so it made me feel so good. Everyone ate it right up!! I made one with homemade salsa/pico sauce which was fast and easy since I already had the processor out. (I just blended up a quarter of a purple onion, quarter of a white onion, a half of lime juice, about 2 shakes of salt, garlic salt, and garlic powder and a handful of was pretty fast.) It tasted so good and fresh that way. Make sure you add taco seasoning to the beans as well and I added a few drops of water to make the spreading easier. For faster assembly, buy already chopped fresh green onions if your grocer has it and canned chopped olives, not diced. Roma tomatoes are more of a deep red so they look prettier. This was a definite repeater!! Thanks! Priscilla

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 10, 2003
No Bake Cookies III
Super easy/fun and tasty recipe. My 6 yr. old daughter and her cousin wanted to make cookies so this is a great one for them. I just helped out at the stove and the rest I let them do. Tasted great! thanks. Priscilla P.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 10, 2003

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