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Magic Cookie Bars from EAGLE BRAND®

Reviewed: Dec. 2, 2012
Here is how I made these and they turned out Excellent. I used 2c of cracker crumbs, 1/2c butter (melted and mixed w/crumbs) pressed into a lined (parchment) 13x9. I then used half a bag of Butterscotch chip however I used my food processor to size them down to a crumb slightly chunky mixture so they wouldn't be too overpowering and sweet. I put the condensed milk into the microwave to warm for 15 seconds, with this thinned warmed milk i poured half onto the crust, then put on the mini semi sweet chips (half bag) the crumbly butterscotch chips, on top of the chips I drizzled some of the milk then applied the coconut to the top of that to give something to adhere too. I pressed this all down and then added the rest of the milk to the top of the coconut. Last I added a light sprinkling of coconut to the top (I love the browned toasted coconut) and a few scatters of mini chips. Baked 325 (glass pan) for 25 minutes, let cool 2 hours. Perfect and each bar was not filled with an overwhelming butterscotch or chocolate taste, perfect blend! Wonderful
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Amish White Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 1, 2012
I have made this recipe multiple times. I use my KitchenAid Mixer for the whole process. I first proof the water, sugar but only 1/3c and yeast in my mixer bowl (just to be certain my yeast is up to par). I use olive oil and I add one cup of the flour and mix completely, then slowly add more and so on. Then when all is added I let my mixer knead on 1.5 to 2 for approx. 5 minutes. The key to not being too dense is to let it rise long enough in a warm enough environment. I start my oven to 200 while my kneading is happening, when the kneading is done I shut off the oven, dampen a towel and oil 2 bowls (for double loaf) put them in the oven on lowest rack with damp towels and let rise until doubled or more that doubled, punch and double or more again. I have never ever had this recipe turn out wrong... at times I add more flour depending on sticking. I have also used this with the full amount of sugar for cinnamon bread-After the first rise I punch down, roll out, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on the dough, roll it up, give it a short second rise and bake...I have given so many of these away... I get hounded for Cinnamon loaf constantly. I love this recipe and will never shy away from it!! Thank you so very much for such a wonderful, beautiful loaf!
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Simple Garlic Shrimp

Reviewed: Dec. 2, 2012
My whole family Loved this! I did not use caper brine instead I used Jalapeno juice (otherwise to a T) we like the kick and it gave a great lingering taste, quick and very simple! This will be used over and over and over!!
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Dumplings

Reviewed: Dec. 2, 2012
Perfect as written, I use this with my homemade chicken soup. Kids love dumplings. Be patient and dont lift that lid, it really makes all the difference and be sure to simmer not boil the dumplings. Great recipe!
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