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Asian Pork Tenderloin

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2014
This was amazing!! My family loved this! I didn't have green onions so I used chpd red onions. Also, I used chili pepper flakes instead of the paste. Grilled the tenderloin from Costco on low (high on the non meat side of the BBQ) turning every 10 mins for about 45 mins or so. This worked on chicken but much better on the pork!!
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Chocolate Chocolate Chip Nut Muffins

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2014
Tried to follow the recipe as close as possible, as this is my first time making these ones. I did use half WW flour and half AP, also added in 1/2 cup bran. I only have skim milk in the house, so I did 1/3 cup half and half cream and added a cup with the skim (used a little extra for the bran). Put all my liquids into my four cup glass and made a well into the dry, mixing them that way. Also, did the 3/4 cup of cocoa instead of the chocolate. Made 12 huge muffins in a regular pan that was filled to the top. So far daughter likes them, so its a winner!! Hubby and son will eat just about anything I make but she's the real judge.....lol
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White Chocolate Blondies

Reviewed: Dec. 17, 2013
These turned out amazing! For white chocolate, I don't understand the adding of reg chocolate, so I didn't. Used white chips as others suggested, and a couple good handfuls of Craisins and chopped walnut pieces. Family loved them, especially the ones who don't like cranberries!! They freeze very well and making another batch right now, as I need more for this half of the holidays. Think I will try adding almonds and toffee pieces next time. I did double the recipe for a 9x13 pan. The cooking time is almost about 50 mins, cause the batter was very thick.
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Pecan Tarts

Reviewed: Jun. 3, 2012
So far these have turned out very yummy...A little different from regular tarts. I found the dough to be sticky so just added a little more flour. Took a lot longer than I had expected to make too. I also used my regular muffin pans and doubled the recipe. I never seem how have vanilla, so subbed with amaretto. Waiting on the second batch to cool to see how they turn out, as I put raisins in these ones. Will definitely make again.
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Beth's Spicy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2012
I don't use shortening or butter but hard margarine, all results turn out great!! I totally messed up at the beginnning by adding 4 eggs, so I had to double the recipe, but cut back on the sugars 1/4 cup each. Which turned out great as I made one batch w choc chips and the other w raisins. Also used all whole wheat flour, but only 2 1/2 cups and only used 4 1/2 cups of oats. I found the cooking time to be off as well. 9 mins wasn't long enough, so in the end it was about 11-12 mins (maybe because of the wh wheat flour??). Whatever it was, they turned out amazing!! My kids will never know how healthy they really are!! lol
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Kentucky Biscuits

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2011
These were really good. I added some cheese and garlic as well and they were so moist and airy. I usually use the JP Biscuit recipe but will continue using this for the airiness of these. They went well with my homemade pea soup!!
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Fluffy Pancakes

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2011
9/18/11 Update...Just made again using half AP flour and half WW flour....TOTALLY rocked!! Also for my daughter added some fresh raspberries, which she loved. Original rating....Was surprised by these. Didn't find them eggy tasting at all, on the contrary. Added in 2 tbsp vanilla and chocolate chips for the kids and frozen blueberries for me. These were awesome! Now to find a use for the pancake mix in the box....lol
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Peanut Butter Balls III

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2010
These turned out AMAZING!! I too cut back on the icing sugar, used crunchy peanut butter, and the holiday Rice Krispies, for a prettier presentation. When dipping the chocolate, I used both white and semi sweet. Using a fork and spoon (the ball gets put in the chocolate, scooped out with the fork and spoon the rest of the chocolate). Give a couple shakes off the side of the bowl, and voila!! Put them on parchment paper, let them dry and then drizzle more white chocolate on the semi sweet and vice versa. I have gotten rave reviews on the presentation, and so many requests to make more.
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Amazing Whole Wheat Pizza Crust

Reviewed: Nov. 14, 2010
This was awesome!! The only change I made was, adding extra sugar and some spices. We like the dough a bit sweeter, so I used 2 tbsps, plus added some parmesan cheese and italian seasoning to my flour. When it rose the first time (didn't turn it out, left it in the bowl), I cut it in half, rolled it out, and put it on a 9x13 pan (lined with parchment paper to cut back on fat) and then let them rise again. Then dressed them all up. Baked at 425, for about 15 mins or so, until the sides were nicely browned. Make sure to let sit about 5 mins before cutting into it. I made a mean BBQ Chicken pizza with it!! LOL
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Brooke's Best Bombshell Brownies

Reviewed: Mar. 3, 2010
These were awesome! The only thing I changed was the chips. I used up the rest of bags that I had. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and mini M&M's. Used all white sugar, and didn't find it too sweet at all. Rich, oh totally! Just right though. Would be great for Brownie sundae's, with Caramel sauce, banana's and whipped cream. Mmmmmmmm. I'll save that for my visitors over the March Break!
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Oat Applesauce Muffins

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2010
I totally forgot I had made these before!! This time I followed everything to a "T", except for the spices (1 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp pie spice and 1 tbsp vanilla) and added raisins. So far too hot to really enjoy, but found the middle wet, even though they were well cooked. Can tell its missing some of the fat, by the outside texture. But the flavor so far is really good, and super easy.
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Old Fashioned Paradise Pumpkin Pie

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2009
This was really, really good!! I did make more, thicker cheesecake layer, as per other reviews, and cooled it as well before the pumpkin layer. I found the pumpkin to be quite runny, but it turned out awesome, and doubled the streusal, as that is what the recipe and the picture are. The recipe even made enough for 3 eight inch pies, as that is all I have. Will definitely be making again and again!!
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Mom's Zucchini Bread

Reviewed: May 20, 2009
Thses were sooo easy to make, and taste great!! I followed other reviews, and used 2 cups all purpose flour, 1 cup whole wheat flour, 3 cups zucchini, 1 cup brown & 3/4 cup white sugars, 1/2 cup both oil and applesauce and 1/2 tsp less of cinnamon. I had lots of zucchini to use, so I ended up with two batches (second batch as loaves is in the oven as we speak). The first batch I added some mini semi sweet chocolate chips to and made mini loaves (cooked about 25 mins), and the second batch has the chips and chpd pecans in it (cooking time to be determined). Had to make some nut free for the kids to take to school. The true test will be my husband. If I can get him to eat one, I know he'll like it. He's one that believes vegetables shouldn't be used for muffins and such!! LOL Will definitely use this recipe again!!
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Banana Oat Muffins

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2009
Wow!! These are really good!! My family is going to love them. I am always looking for a good oatmeal recipe for my kids. Now, I had planned on doing the recipe as is, but it seems as though I wasn't prepared to do any baking today!! I didn't realize that I was out of so many things. So I had to improvise. I did double the recipe. My brown sugar was hard, so I heated to loosen, (I think I got a cup out of it) with a 1/4 cup of white. Used 1 cup each of white and whole wheat, with some wheat germ (1/2 cup) as well. Used spiced rum instead of vanilla. This one is the best...Had only 1/4 of oats, (really thought I had more) so I strained all the sugars out of about 6 packets of instant oatmeal. 2 being multigrain ones. I also used about 9 banana's (5 of which were smaller), as I love having lots of flavour. I didn't add nuts--kids can't take them to school, but topped each one off with some chocolate chips, instead of using the crumb mixture. These again were awesome...and BTW...Everything else I did have...lol
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Can't Leave Alone Bars

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2008
I haven't made this exact recipe, but I have made something like it. In the mix I added 1 cup mini choco chips & 1 cup toffee pieces. Instead of using chocolate as the "filling", melt together the butter, the milk and 35 peeled caramels!! Pour on top of the base, spread, top with the rest of the cake mix, and bake....OMG...these you can't leave alone! Try them, trust me!!
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Freezer Caramel Drizzle Pie

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2008
My mother in law made this the other day, as she had gotten the recipe from her daughter. This makes enough filling to do 2 ready made crusts, but you have to do more of the coconut/pecan mix for them. Or it can make one 9 inch glass deep dish make your own crust, as she had done! This way makes for a bigger, deeper nicer looking pie!! I did cut back on the butter for the coconut/pecan mix, and used both light cream cheese/cool whip, and I used unsweetned coconut and made my own crusts. Took it into work and got rave reviews...had to write out the recipe then and there for everyone. Was awesome!!
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Frozen Coconut Caramel Pie

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2008
I haven't even made this yet, but this was incredible!! My mother in law made this the other day, as she had gotten the recipe from her daughter. This makes enough filling to do 2 ready made crusts, but you have to do more of the coconut/pecan mix for them. Or it can make one 9 inch glass deep dish make your own crust, as she had done! This way makes for a bigger, deeper nicer looking pie!! I am going to be making this this weekend, as we didn't get a big enough piece this weekend!! LOL
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Mimi's Giant Whole-Wheat Banana-Strawberry Muffins

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2008
So far so good! The house smells amazing...I doubled the recipe, and was able to make 16 mini loaves, and 24 mini muffins. I like the chunks of fruit, so I didn't puree the bananas or strawberries. I did use the vanilla yogurt instead of applesauce, and added 1 cup of oatmeal. I also topped them of with a crumb topping. These are really good, but even with both fruits, it seems to lack a tiny bit in flavor!!!! The family will love these when they wake up tomorrow morning, though...:)***and they did...lol***
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Busy Day Chicken Rice Casserole

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2008
I know this recipe as "Chicken Don't Peek"!! The best to use is bone-in chicken pieces-breasts and thighs work best. I use 3 cans of mushroom soup, with 1 3/4 cans of water poured around the chicken, to 2 cups of rice. I bake it in a greased roaster pan with lid. RESIST the urge to check on it!! Keep the oven closed for the entire time! I also increase the cooking time by about 15 mins. The rice is creamy, and the chicken is moist. If only they could make a reduced salt, onion soup mix!!
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Never Fail Applesauce Spice Cake

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2008
I was looking for something that I could use for a Pumpkin/Mousse Spice cake. So instead of using apple sauce, I used pumpkin puree, and 1 3/4 tsp of pumpkin pie spice, but everything else was the same (didn't add nuts or raisins...Will next time). The cake had an awesome flavor but was quite dense. I had to use a 9x13 pan (couldn't find my round pans), when cooled, cut in half, and then cut the others to make a layer cake with a pumpkin mousse in between, and topped with a cream cheese icing and then toasted pecans. This was awesome!!!!!
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