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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches
This was so simple it was almost silly that it was a recipe! I figured it would just be "ok", but it was EXCELLENT! I used 2 thighs and 2 breasts, because that's what I had. I don't normally like thighs but they work better in the crockpot. I plopped the frozen chicken in the pot and sprinkled the ranch dressing over the top, then topped with the hot sauce. I didn't read the instructions and I put the butter in as well. When I got home, the sauce kind of separated. I shredded the chicken and then mixed it together and let the chicken soak up the sauce a little bit. We had them on kaiser rolls with bleu cheese dressing as a mayo. They were so delicious! Even warmed up the next day for lunch they were great. Really simple and easy and perfect!! Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 20, 2012
Sue's Hot Fudge Sauce
Ohh. Emm. Gee!My husband has a serious sweet tooth, and I normally make hot fudge with sweetened condensed milk and some type of baking chocolate or chocolate chips, but didn't have either. I had plenty of evaporated milk and cocoa powder so I googled and found this recipe. I can not believe how delish it was!! We had it on ice cream and then I put it in a container to keep in the fridge and there was a little bit too much sauce to fit in the container, so I ate it. It tasted like melted, warm brownie batter. I did only use 2 cups of sugar and 1 stick of butter (rather than 3 cups and 2 sticks), and I thought it tasted sweet enough. The 3 cups and 1 cup scared me!! lol. I let it boil for awhile (by accident actually, got sucked into Teen Mom), and it thickened really nicely. I didn't blend it because our 5 month old had just fallen asleep and I didn't want to wake her. Probably could have used the blending, but it was fine without it!!!! Thanks Lisa/Sue!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 19, 2012
Easy Pumpkin Muffins
Oh emm gee!! I love pumpkin muffins from the coffee shop , but they're so expensive, fattening, and not available all year long. I happened to have all these inegredients, so I made them. Instead of all the spices, I used a tablespoon of pumpkin pie spice. I also topped them with brown sugar like another reviewer recommended. I thought the batter was too thick and was going to add an egg, but decided not to. They came out FABULOUS! So moist and chewy. I love the spice. And the brown sugar didn't melt like I thought it would, so it stayed a little crunchy. I'm definitely going to make these again and I think next time I'll make a crumb topping with flour, oatmeal, brown sugar and butter. So so easy and so delicious :)

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Reviewed On: Oct. 18, 2011
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