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Robin Dziedzic


Robin Dziedzic
 
Home Town: Arkansas City, Kansas, USA
Living In: Moore, Oklahoma, USA
Member Since: May 2006
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Healthy, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Scrapbooking, Gardening, Photography, Reading Books
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Mari, Robin & Sam Oct. 2006
Spider Cupcakes
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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Sweet Sweet Potato Casserole
This is really easy with a large can of sweet potatoes. Normally, I would say those are gross and I am a BIG FAN of baked sweet potatoes, but if it's holiday time, that would be a time saver. Also, I omitted the flour, and reduced butter to a simple pat and it was still great. Left the topping off my serving and put the yummy stuff on the rest of the family's. (I'm watching my calorie intake. Sweet potato and egg is not sinful at all and it was still YUMMY.) Cheap, simple, and delicious!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 2, 2010
Potato Casserole II
I called my mother-in-law to get this recipe this evening because it's a favorite on that side of the family. I have to take a potato to a potluck and this is perfect. We use O'Brien potatoes and I omit the onion. Also, one year there was nothing for the topping but Cinnamon Toast Crunch, so we used that and it was actually tasty! We have made it that way ever since! ;-) Enjoy!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 3, 2009
Quick and Easy Tuna Casserole
My husband does not like tuna OR peas, so whenever he goes out of town on business, I make something using both, for my kids and I. I was very pleased with this recipe! Pretty simple to put together and I LOVED the fact that it was done quickly and with a stockpot instead of a casserole dish in the oven. (Living in Oklahoma, I look for dishes I can make on the stovetop in the summertime, instead of using the oven.) Because I wanted it to be kid-friendly, I only used 2 T. of finely chopped onion. (I threw the rest of the onion I chopped up in the freezer for another day.) I only used 5 slices of American, but then grated in the better half of a block of cheddar. I added one can of milk. I also used 2 C. mixed vegetables and could have used more! I topped it (right in the pot) with a mixture of a tad melted margarine and half a sleeve of crushed Ritz crackers. My 3 year old daughter unfortunately, is being difficult and won't taste it, but we'll see if I can get her to later tonight. My 10 month old son loved it! (I have been introducing more mashed table foods recently.) I did add generous pepper and a bit of salt to my own dish, but liked this so much I may even try and get the husband to eat it! I'm now trying to decide what perfect dessert I want to make to follow it. I'm thinking Coconut Custard Pie or Brownies!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 15, 2007
 
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