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Chocolate Cavity Maker Cake

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2010
Just made this for the first time and oh my...it is heavenly!!!! My 13 yo son would have given it 100 stars if possible! I used the recipe and only had to sub coffee for the liqueur because we did not have any. I added about a tablespoon of vanilla to it also. We used a dark chocolate cake mix, devils food pudding and the rest was the same. I added Hershey's dark chocolate chips and then drizzled white and dark chocolate over the top! WOW! What an awesome desert. I will have to make one to take to work and see what the co-workers think. I think that the chocolate raspberry chips would be great in it too!!!!
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Quick and Easy Monkey Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2010
I read through some of the reviews and decided to mix a few things up. I used cooking pudding, cinnamon, brown sugar, butter & pecans. I let the rolls soften up enough to cut them in halves. I melted the butter (1 1/2 sticks plus 1 c brown sugar) added the BS and the cinnamon and gently warmed until it came together. Then I added the pudding. I sprayed the bundt pan with Pam, sprinkled a few nuts & brown sugar on the bottom and then layered in about 1/2 of the rolls. I covered this with about 1/2 of the butter mixture and a few more nuts. Then the last layer of rolls, butter mixture and just a tiny bit of nuts. Let it sit out overnight (it was pretty high the next morning). Put it into a 350 degree oven and baked for 15 minutes then put foil on and baked for about 20 more minutes since it was pretty full. Then I turned off the oven and let it sit for about 10 minutes before I turned it out. Wonderful! No sticking to our pan (a pampered chef bundt pan) and it was baked all the way through!! The family could not get enough of it! Not gummy or dry in any areas. I think we will have to do this one again for Christmas morning although it might be a hard choice between this and our traditional orange ring! This was much easier to make since you do it the night before! I would definitely suggest melting the sugar/butter/cinnamon together and then when a bit cooled add the pudding in and mix very well. It was awesome! Thanks for sharing!
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Classic Waffles

Reviewed: Oct. 20, 2008
My 11 yo son wants to learn how to cook and we made these waffles together. He love them! They are very good and are great to store in the fridge to toast for a quick breakfast! The only change I made was to beat the egg whites until soft peaks and add a touch bit more of sugar. He wanted pecan waffles so we chopped the nuts and added them into the batter also. I have a belgium waffle maker and it was perfect! I wanted to make several batches to freeze, but we ran out of eggs so it will have to wait for next weekend! Much better than store bought mixes! Thanks for sharing!
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