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Joylie


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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Microwave Oven Peanut Brittle
I have made this recipe many times and people constantly ask me for the recipe. I followed the other reviewers advise on things. It is really important to have all your ingredients ready prior to starting. I use a glass 4 cup measuring cup and put the ingredients in the one bowl and it is such an easy clean up. Definately use Reyonlds Non-Stick it works like a charm. I have made it with both the dry roasted peanuts and the salted peanuts and people seem to prefer the salted peanuts. Do not add salt if using the salted peanuts. I have a newer microwave, so I only microwaved for 6 minutes then put the vanilla and butter for 2 minutes. This is so easy and tasty. Thanks for the great recipe

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 9, 2007
Sugar Coated Pecans
Soooo delicious! I followed other users and used 1 tsp. of cinnamon substituted vanilla for water added the extra egg white. Using the gallon size zip lock bags for the egg mixture and the sugar mixture made it easier for clean up and to ensure the pecans got coated with the mixture. I also used Reynolds Non Stick foil to line my cookie sheet, This made for such an easy clean up. I took these to a party and everyone raved. Even my friends who do not care for pecans loved them.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 16, 2006
Raspberry Truffle Fudge
I loved this recipe. I used Razmatazz which I believe has a much stronger raspberry flavor than Chambord. I agree with others that the fudge is much better after the second day. I followed the recipe and found it easy and delicious. It is a great hostess or holiday gift.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 27, 2006
 
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