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Recipe Reviews 30 reviews
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Blondies
Excellent! These came out so good! These were much better than the Chewy Peanut Butter Brownies recipe from this site. That one had a weird texture and not enough peanut butter taste for me, this one was a perfect texture, nice and chewy, yet still soft and really peanut buttery. They were super easy to make with ingredients I always have, and I like how it doesn't use brown sugar, because I usually run low on that. I used Jif whipped chocolate peanut butter(on clearance at Big Lots for less than a dollar!), so because it was whipped I used a heaping cup of it, since I wasn't sure how to measure it. It gave it a light chocolate flavor, not heavy like regular brownies. The only other change I made was an addition of some salt, everything else I kept the same. Came out perfect! I served them warm out of the oven with black raspberry ice cream, tasted like a PB&J sandwich! YUM! The leftovers, will be packed with lunches this week, there will be happy kids this week! Thanks so much for the recipe, it's definitely a keeper! :)

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Reviewed On: Sep. 24, 2014
Apple Honey Bundt Cake
I love honey cake, I love apple cake, so I thought I would give this a try. This was good, but VERY sweet(and I have a sweet tooth). The cake was very moist, but it was hard to taste the apples through all the honey and sugar. I tried to save it by topping with a cream cheese glaze which was tangy, to off set the sweetness of the cake. My apples were quite tart, but I would make sure you use really tart apples if you attempt this recipe as is. This recipe has a lot of potential, but it needs some work. I used way more cinnamon, several teaspoons, and I used pumpkin pie spice instead of the allspice. I'll probably up them even more next time. I used 4 small pink lady apples, because there was no real measurement in the recipe(big apples, small apples, wasn't sure). Next time I'll grate half the apples, and chop the other half for some texture(personal preference). And of course, I'll cut WAY down on the sugar! I'll probably use 1/4 cup, to let the honey and apple flavors shine through. It really doesn't need any sugar, the honey and apples make it sweet enough, but I'm not sure I can just leave out all sugar without having texture/structure issues. Some apple cakes tend to be dry, but this was super moist. I always made apple cake with chopped apples, never thought of grating them, that and the honey, I think, was what made it so moist. I'll definitely give this another try. Thanks so much for the recipe! :)

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Reviewed On: Sep. 8, 2014
Deep Dish Brownies
I usually make Mmmm-mmm better brownies from this site and have been using that recipe for chewy brownies for a while now, and it's fantastic for chewy brownies. I had company over who love the opposite, they love cake style brownies, and from the reviews, I figured I'd give these a try. I was pretty sure I would not like them, but these were fantastic! Not as cakey or dry as I thought they'd be, and I loved them and my guests loved them too! I used margarine as I didn't have butter($5.99 a lb at walmart!) and Hershey's dark cocoa powder. The rest I left as is, and added instant coffee powder and chocolate chips, which I add in any brownie recipe. They came out not overpoweringly sweet like some recipes which was nice since we added ice cream! They were not as chewy as some other brownies, but they still had a slight chewiness to them, don't know if that had to do with the margarine, but I'll continue to use it in this recipe. It was a nice change of pace from my regular brownie recipe, and even the chewy brownie lovers, loved this recipe! Will definitely make again! Thanks so much for the recipe! :)

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Reviewed On: Sep. 5, 2014
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