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Quick and Easy Lasagna

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2013
I made a variation of this as Lasagna Rolls, replacing the ground beef with Johnsonville Mild Sausage, and it was SO delicious! And even BETTER the next day! Simple ingredients, great flavor.
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Bread Machine Pizza Dough

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
GREAT flavor! Reminded me of a nice pizza restaurant! Other than being a little thick in places (making it hard for my 6-year-old-with-a-mouthful-of-loose-teeth to chew), it was SO good, and will definitely be added to my "Tried & True" list.
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Vanilla Ice Cream V

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2013
Definitely one of the best, most classic, most authentic vanilla ice cream recipes I've tasted!! I quartered the recipe for my ice cream maker, and it was perfect! THANKS!!
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Johnsonville Italian Sausage Sliders

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2013
Yet another fantastic recipe that the kids enjoyed eating! No need to add additional seasonings to the meat, the 3-minute-per-side rule was pretty accurate, and overall, what a quick, simple, yet flavorful meal, especially when paired with the "Honey Wheat Sandwich Rolls" from this site!
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Creamy Coconut Margarita

Reviewed: May 2, 2015
This was a delicious blend of both sweet, creamy coconut and tart, savory margarita flavors! I had it as-is and it was delightful, but also blended some strawberries into the second half of the blender batch and it was even MORE amazing. Why didn't I think of this before?
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Kale Orange Banana Smoothie

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2013
My very first taste of kale...and I can't even taste it! lol. Delicious, and tastes exactly like an orange-banana smoothie, with some texture. I can definitely see myself drinking this every morning, and can't wait to change up the fruits a little with each drink. :)
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Scrumptious Strawberry Shortcake

Reviewed: May 2, 2015
Super easy AND delicious! I skipped the cream of tarter like someone recommended and dropped the baking powder to 3 teaspoons, then pulsed the dry ingredients + butter in my food processor until crumbly and dumped into a large mixing bowl to receive the wet ingredients. Whisked the egg before adding it into the mixture with the cream, then kneaded directly inside the bowl until it came together. Instead of rolling it out, I quickly divided it into 12 individual balls, flattened on a parchment-lined baking sheet, then sprinkled a touch of sugar on top for extra crunch. The result was a crumbly, crispy, crunchy, soft, buttery shortcake that paired beautifully with fresh strawberries, as well as the "Lime and Tequila Infused Strawberries" recipe from this site too!
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Double Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 13, 2014
These were smaller than I expected but oh so rich! Totally hit the spot for my chocolate craving (and in just a piece or two), and fit perfectly into a mini cupcake wrapper for presenting in gift boxes to friends for the holidays. I put the Nutella into a thick plastic bag, snipped the corner a little bit, and "piped" Nutella onto one cookie while smushing it down with the second cookie. No mess! Can't wait to try this with a mint-chocolate filling next time!
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Jayme's Coleslaw

Reviewed: May 3, 2015
What a fabulously simple recipe to pair with some root beer pulled pork tacos! Loved that I had all the ingredients on hand, and that it took seconds to pull together. Thanks!
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Corn Tortillas

Reviewed: May 3, 2015
I had lost the original recipe that was on the bag of the masa I had bought, so was happy to discover this one, which had the perfect ratio of masa to water. After mixing up some cold water with the masa with a fork (I didn't see that it called for hot water until I read the directions and it was too late by that point) in the bowl until it made a crumbly mixture, I used two cookie scoops full of mixture to roll in a ball in my hand right away (again, didn't see the directions to let it rest - oops!) and it created the perfect small tortilla. They were hard at first, but softened up after sitting for a few minutes/steaming with the others in the stack, and were plenty pliable to bend without breaking - a big fear I had when it came to making corn tortillas instead of flour. This was the first time that I feel I have successfully made corn tortillas, and I couldn't believe how easy it was this time around, so thank you! I happily loaded them up with the "Jayme's Coleslaw" recipes from this site, and some root beer pulled pork leftovers from last night's sliders. Definitely transformed those leftovers with these tacos!!
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Fresh Mango Sorbet

Reviewed: Jul. 18, 2014
AMAZING! Such a simple recipe that made my family very happy! It did take a lot longer than expected to freeze (could have been me!), and because my mangos were so ripe, I halved the sugar (I just used regular white sugar), and it was still very sweet. Next time, if I use very ripe mangoes again, I may omit the sugar completely. Taste your mixture before freezing so you know what would be best for you.
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Caramel Apple Cider with Salty-Sweet Rim

Reviewed: Nov. 22, 2014
I love this! Had some leftover salted caramel in the fridge, so used it to rim the cup (after heating to soften), as well as place a generous dollop inside to melt as I stirred in the hot apple cider. I had some trouble getting the caramel to stick to the rim, so I'm sure honey would be better for that, but the flavor was EXCELLENT, and the little hardened bits of spiced, salted caramel along the edges were divine! Totally an easy indulgence on a cold winter night, and I can't wait to try this rimmer method on a holiday cocktail as well!! :)
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NO YOLKS® Beef Noodle Casserole

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2015
This was SO easy to throw together! And I had most of the ingredients inside my pantry already, which made getting dinner on the table for the kids incredibly quick and tasty. In the future, I will make sure to have the noodles completely done before I started browning the meat so that everything could come together much faster - I tried to boil the water while I cooked the meat and was waiting around forever for it to happen! Lol
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Lime and Tequila Infused Strawberries

Reviewed: May 2, 2015
SO. GOOD. Took everyone's advice and set a timer to stir it every 10 minutes while I made shortcakes and it turned out amazing! Topped the "Scrumptious Strawberry Shortcake" recipes from AR with these babies, added a dollop of whipped cream, and nommed on it with a gigantic smile on my face. mmm...can't wait to pop a few of these into my limeade, too! So many ways to enjoy this recipe!
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Christmas Pork Roast

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2013
Despite getting the wrong cranberry sauce at the store (we got the regular ol' cranberry jelly), and not having any ginger, this was amazing! The kids LOVED the glaze (while the roast was resting, I poured it into a sauce pan and added some cornstarch to thicken it up some) and kept asking for more, the hubby kept remarking at the flavor and the juiciness of the pork, and while it was cooking, it made the entire house smell divine. This is going in the "tried & true" list for sure.
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Vintage Lemonade

Reviewed: May 22, 2015
I didn't think you could deepen the flavor of a recipe that pretty much had one main ingredient, but it's amazing what a little lemon oil will do! Loved the intensity it brought. My rinds were fairly thin so I just put them cut-side down into a 9x9 Pyrex, layered the sugar on top, then poured the hot water over it when it was time. Because the lemons floated, I flipped them over to not get any of the bitter pith to seep into the mixture and as it sat, the aroma was amazing! Be aware of the size of your lemons too, as well as their tartness. My lemons were small/medium-sized and a not as tart, so I could have added a bit more lemon juice to balance the sugar, or else cut back the sugar a little, but when poured over ice it helped balance the flavors too, and was a wonderfully refreshing drink!
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Chiliville Chili

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2013
Me & my husband loved this chili! Much lighter than other recipes I've tried, but still super duper filling. I thought that since it wasn't so thick or heavy, I would be able to eat more of it, but I was pretty full after just a small serving. It was hot in that it helped raise your body temp and make you sweat as you ate it (so perfect for those cold winter nights!), but it wasn't very spicy, which was great because I'm not a fan of those "set your tongue on fire for the sake of it" types of chili recipes, and don't like spicy stuff in the first place. I paired it with Grandma's Buttermilk Cornbread (cut up "croutons" to sprinkle on top, along with some shredded cheese) and it was AMAZING.
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Garden Fresh Tomato Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2014
I'd never made tomato soup before, but other recipes seemed more complicated, or called for ingredients I didn't readily have on hand. I found this one and have made this soup a number of times already, and it is just as quick, simple, and delicious each time! Added basil as a variation and it was fabulous. Thanks so much!
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