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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Cake Balls
Wonderful. Here is what I learned after making several batches. 1) use cake mix and packaged frosting only. Trying to be fancy and make from scratch is actually counter productive. I learned that the hard way. 2) bake cake in a 9x13. Cool for 30 minutes. Trim the edges, cut up then cake into sections, and place in a large bowl. 3) use only 1/2 of a can of frosting for each cake and stir by hand. It is easier if you stir the frosting first to loosen it up. 4) roll the balls immediately and freeze them for a couple hours or overnight 5) melt chips, not almond bark. For chocolate chips, add in 1/2 T shortening for each cup of chips. For white chocolate chips, use 1 T shortening for each cup of chips. 6) dip the balls using long wooden picks and then press the pick into a piece of styrofoam so that the coating can dry without creating a "flat side" that you would get if you let them dry on a flat surface. To remove the pick once the chocolate has set, gently twist the pick out. If you just pull, the chocolate will break.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 19, 2010
World's Best Lasagna
I have been on a long search and agree this is the best lasagna I have found. The sauce is fantastic, which is a big compliment from me as I'm very picky about my sauce. I read a lot of other people's comments. At the end of the day, I made the recipe as written except that I omitted the salt, use 1.25 pounds of ground beef, spicy italian sausage instead of sweet, and used only half the ricotta. How much ricotta you use is really up to personal taste. My view is a little goes a long ways. Several people mentioned doing it in three layers instead of two, but two took it up to the very top of the pan anyway. This recipe is great!

67 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 17, 2006
Todd's Famous Blueberry Pancakes
Excellent pankcakes! The only change I made was to add about 1/2 teaspoon vanilla for flavor. I don't how they came up with the servings though. If this is the primary breakfast food you are serving, it will only feed about three people. It will make around 10 small pancakes.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2004
 
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