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BEANIEBOO


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Recipe Reviews 25 reviews
Leftover Chicken a la King
I didn't like the evaporated milk in this. It would have been much better had I gone with my insticts and made a white sauce with butter, flour and fresh milk which thickens well and tastes much better.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 2, 2009
Cream Cheese Frosting II
I loved this but I love cream cheese and I don't like overly sweet frostings. I made it exactly as written. I used it to frost my daugher's birthday cake and she and her friends loved it, too, even though both of her friends said they usually don't like frosting. This frosting is VERY SOFT. I would not try to frost a layer cake with it. I made my cake in a 9x13 pan because, after reading the reviews, I knew it would be soft. It also does not harden at all, even after being refrigerated overnight. If you are looking for a sickly-sweet grocery store-type frosting, keep looking. If you want a great cream cheese frosting, use this one.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 28, 2009
Frozen Fruit Salad
My daughter loves this. I never add the sugar and have only used orange juice concentrate because my grocery doesn't sell the smaller cans. The first time I made it I didn't want to use the sweetened sliced strawberries (didn't want the sugar) so I had to buy whole strawberries and they did freeze up rock hard. It's pretty easy to slice the frozen whole strawberries (it seems like thawing and refreezing them is best avoided) and they are MUCH easier to eat when sliced. I bought a pack of five 1-3/4 cup glad containers and the salad fits perfectly in them. My daugher wraps them in ice block and takes them to school for lunch. Her friends are jealous and I feel good for giving her a healthy side for her pb&j! Even though I don't add extra sugar and use the unsweetened strawberries it's still plenty sweet for us (and my kid loves sweets). The juice in the pineapples is super sweet already.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 12, 2009
 
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