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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Strawberry Vanilla Pancakes
One reviewer said the egg is not included in the direction-but it is. I agree with that reviewer that the batter was VERY watery; however, since these are called Vanilla pancakes, using less vanilla extract really doesn't seem to be the logical answer. Adding more flour, however, does. I added a whole cup of flour, making it 2 cups total. I also opted to use cake flour, something I picked up from a different pancake recipe. Do not over whisk pancakes. That is kind of the first cardinal rule. It is difficult to know if you over whisked, but if batter is slightly lumpy, you probably didn't. If upon flipping the pancakes, the rise slightly, you will know they are light and fluffy! I thought the recipe overall was great! One of the tastier recipes I have found, with minimal tweeks.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 30, 2014
Slow Cooker Beef Vegetable Soup
This soup was not only amazingly easy, but amazing and hearty! I used canned diced potatoes. Half the canned veggies I used no salt added, and added NO additional salt or pepper and it was amazingly tasty!!! Not a single person reached for the salt or pepper when eating it. Great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 22, 2013
Sweet and Gooey Chicken Wings
These wings literally flew away at our Super Bowl party!! I made 5lbs so I tripled the recipe. I decided to marinate them overnight and the meat was LITERALLY falling off the bone. So if you don't love wings but can't stand the constant clean up of eating them, marinate them overnight and with no work from a fork, you can eat them hands free. I also used a disposable casserole because it was easier clean up.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 9, 2013

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