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Chocolate Mice

Reviewed: Oct. 29, 2005
This is just the cutest Halloween treat! Yes, it is time consuming, but I go for the "WOW" effect and this is it! I used Tootsie rolls for the tails, just micro them 10 seconds on high, slice in half, and then roll each half into a pointy tail. I used red jimmies for the eyes. I put the tail, eyes and ears on before covering with half Oreo cookie crumbs and half graham cracker crumbs. I put them in a shallow pan lined with graham cracker crumbs and sprinkled with chocolate jimmies. I can't wait to take them to work tomorrow~thanks for a keeper. And yes, this goes nicely with the kitty litter cake on this site.
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Cheryl's Spinach Cheesy Pasta Casserole

Reviewed: Sep. 24, 2005
This is a great vegetarian pasta dish! I'm always on the hunt for an easy, meatless dish and since I was craving something saucey, this fit the bill. I used crushed Italian flavored croutons, an extra egg, water instead of oil, and grated Parmesan cheese for my spinach mixture. I baked it in my Pampered Chef stoneware baking bowl and it came out perfect. I can't wait to dig into some leftovers today :p Thanks for an awesome addition to my vegetarian file! :)
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Microwave Lemon Curd

Reviewed: Apr. 23, 2005
Wow, this is so easy and so tasty! I love lemon anything and this has my stove top lemon curd recipe beaten hands down~thank you so much for this super recipe. I prepared a pound cake, filled the center with fresh blueberries, dusted it with 10X sugar, and topped each slice with a dollop of this yummy curd! I am a Pampered Chef consultant and plan on sharing this recipe with my fellow chef "groupies" on my web site!
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Granny Kat's Pumpkin Roll

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2005
This is a real "WOW" dessert! I also have substituted smashed bananas in place of the pumpkin, equal amounts, and omit the pumpkin pie spice. I also add chopped nuts to the batter and then once it's cooled I fill with a butterscotch cream cheese filling. I use my Pampered Chef Deluxe Cheese Grater and just grate butterscotch chips right into the cream cheese mixture and blend. It looks very pretty! In addition to another "WOW" presentation it's a great way to use up your over ripe bananas :)
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Chocolate Decadence Yule Log

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2004
This was awesome! I decided to fill the cake with all the frosting since it was a "to go" dessert~traveled well this way. The next time I made it I added Razzamatazz~cheaper then Chambord~instead of coffee liquior~turned out great. I might also just make a cream cheese filling like I do for my pumpkin rolls and sprinkle crushed peppermint candies over the cream cheese before rerolling! Or add cream de menthe and add the candies. The combinations are endless! Thanks for a great recipe :) I love the "wow" responses!!!
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Priceless Pecan Pie

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2004
This was easy enough to prepare but it just didn't have a distinct flavor. I think next time I'm going to add mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. I did like that it isn't too sweet!
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Kitty Litter Cake

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2004
What a fun cake, speciallly since I love cats and have several friends that do also. I usually crush my cookies in a ziplock bag with a rolling pin, makes for an easy clean-up! I also add chocolate covered raisins in it and on it~quite realistic ~^..^~ By the way, this is a great cake for those not so fond of cats too :)
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Microwave Oven Peanut Brittle

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2004
Simple & sensational :) I used pecans...thanks for a keeper!
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Great Garlic Knots

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2004
I am a Pampered Chef consultant and I make this at lots of my shows~or should I say I have one of the attending guests make them. So simple but so tasty. I press fresh garlic over them and top them with either Rosemary Herb mix or Italian Seasoning mix from our Pantry blends and then bake them on our large pizza stone. Rave reviews from all attending! Thanks for sharing.
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Peanut Butter Sheet Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 13, 2004
Since I love the taste of chocolate and peanut butter I decided to make my traditional Texas sheet cake minus the cinnamon but use this icing~delecious! I used marshmellow fluff...1/3 cup...instead of mini marshmellows and plain peanut butter. Much better combo then the sickening sweet icing I usually use. Thanks~I may try the cake recipe the next time.
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Fuzzy Navel Slush

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2003
This is a very tasty and super simple drink to prepare and share with guests or just as a treat to me, myself and I! I usually add a full medium size bottle of peach schnapps and it turns out just fine. Be sure to prepare a day ahead so it's iced up and ready to enjoy! Thanks for sharing!
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Cornbread Salad I

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2003
I love anything Mexican and all types of unusual salads of any kind and this is definitely being added to my list of favorites~thanks! I added black olives, used 1 pound of turkey bacon, and used Pampered Chef Chipotle Ranch to give it that extra kick~delicious! You can also use Hidden Valley Southwest Ranch botteled dressing. I won't just be making this to use up leftover cornbread believe me~thanks again!
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Carla's Fruit Dip

Reviewed: Jun. 28, 2003
This was extremely simple and absolutely yummy! It is not one of those sickening sweet dips either. My daughters kept dipping spoonfuls to taste, claiming they were just making sure it was perfect! I might try adding strawberry cream cheese and or strawberry marshmellow fluff next time for a change.
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Lemon Lush

Reviewed: Apr. 19, 2003
This is a definite family request at our holiday get togethers and all our summer picnics! It tastes just like a cool & creamy version of lemon meringue pie, but better :) I add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice to the cream cheese part and I also use confectioner's sugar instead of granulated. Every once in a while I add a half of an 8 ounce container of Cool Whip to my cream cheese layer and cut back on my sugar. I also make sure to buy a couple of extra boxes of Lemon Pastry Creams from the Girl Scouts, because I crumple a few up to sprinkle over the top of the Cool Whip~yummy!
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Banana Bread VII

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2003
I used reduced fat Bisquick and added 2 tbs. of plain yogurt. I also decided to top the loaf with a butter crumb topping; using butter, brown sugar and flour. When it was almost finished baking, I peeked in and the whole center of the loaf had swallowed the crumbs literally...lol. I must have used too much butter to my flour ratio...oops! It still turned out and the missing crumbs were hiding out at the bottom of the loaf! Very easy recipe~thanks for sharing!
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Easy Cream Cheese Danish

Reviewed: Mar. 28, 2003
Thanks for this super easy but extra speical breakfast/brunch family favorite. I bake this in my Pampered Chef rectangle baker and get excellent results each and every time. I've added fresh blueberries or canned pie fillings for a change but I rarely ever use the glaze, too sweet for my tastes. I do an egg wash and then sprinkle with a cinnamon/sugar mix most of the time.
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Apple Crisp I

Reviewed: Mar. 14, 2003
This is a very tasty, moist apple crisp. I prepared it for a family gathering, in my 9x13 baking stone...the top was crunchy and the apples were moist. All the apple crisp connoisseurs attending loved it. Next time though, I plan on sprinkling the apples with cinnamon sugar prior to topping, wasn't quite sweet enough for my tastes and besides apple crisp and cinnamon go hand in hand. I have added this to my file and will be making it again...thanks!
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Grandma's Corn Pudding

Reviewed: Dec. 5, 2002
THANK YOU FOR SHARING SUCH A TASTY AND EASY RECIPE! I HAD ONE SIMILAR TO THIS BUT IT GOT MISPLACED AND THIS SAVED TURKEY DAY; SINCE CORN PUDDING IS ONE OF MY SIGNATURE DISHES. I BAKED THIS IN MY PAMPERED CHEF 9X13 BAKER AND IT TURNED OUT AWESOME. ONE UNFORTUNATE THING TO REPORT THOUGH, THERE WERE NO LEFTOVERS! SO FOR CHRISTMAS I WILL BE DOUBLING IT :) THANKS AGAIN!
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Blueberry Crisp I

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2002
THIS WAS A VERY EASY DESSERT TO PREPARE. I EVEN MESSED UP THE CORNSTARCH, SUGAR, AND BOILING WATER PART OF IT AND IT CAME OUT JUST FINE. VERY TASTY~I DOUBLED IT SO I MADE IT IN A 9X13. IT'S GREAT WITH COOL WHIP OR PLAIN! BY THE WAY, IT'S MORE LIKE A COBBLER RATHER THEN A CRISP :-)
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Mom's Best Waffles

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2002
I HONESTLY HAD NO LUCK WITH THESE WAFFLES? THEY WERE GUMMY INSIDE AND TASTELESS~NOT SURE IF I DID SOMETHING WRONG OR WHAT. DOUBT THAT I WILL MAKE THEM AGAIN!
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