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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Monkey Bread Made Easy
Made this for Brunch one lazy summer morning and it tasted great! Sweet with a light crunch on the surface of the bread and a soft biscuity center. Thanks for the recipe! Tastes great in the morning with a class of milk and some berries. Notes: -I added a scoop of vanilla protein powder into the cinnamon-sugar mixture to make it a bit more filling. It added an awesome vanilla taste and I'd definitely do that again. - This recipe makes a lot more than estimated. I halved the recipe and ended up with nine. The cinnamon sugar mixture-- ok, I'll admit, adding the scoop of protein powder probably increased the leftovers by a lot, but you will get more than you bargained for. This is best for mornings when you've got company. Half the baking time, too-- I saw that advice in another review and good thing I kept checking, otherwise they would have burnt. - I used raw sugar for both the brown sugar and the white sugar as a substitution-- we had no other sugar around the house. It did fine. In fact I used the same sugar-cinnamon-protein powder mixture that I did for the coating of the biscuits in the butter mix, which cut down on my leftovers in that respect. - I think next time I'll add some shredded carrots into the middle of these-- I didn't think about it this time but I think it would have tasted pretty good. Awesome recipe that I highly recommend.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 25, 2014
Truck-Stop Buttermilk Pancakes
Hey! These pancakes are delicious. They turn out very nice and light and fluffy. However, I am taking away a star because of a couple of issues. A. I didn't think the batter would be so much. I was like "Oh, twelve servings. That'll be fine. I'll eat like half of it anyway, and we'll just refrigerate the rest."......dear Lord. Pretty sure you could feed an army with what came out of the recipe. Don't be an idiot like I was and scale down the servings a bit. B. The batter itself can use some sort of flavoring. For a truckstop, I imagine the most feasible would be vanilla, but anything will do. They're just kind of tasteless. C. Time. I don't tend to stick to recipe guidelines for how long it should take, but this took about an hour and a half to complete.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 22, 2013
Fresh Blueberry Pie III
The filling was fantastic! Nice and sweet, but not too sweet, thick. Whoever thought of putting fresh blueberries into the mix was a genius. The pie crust was good and had a great flavor. I truly enjoyed this strait out of the oven with a little vanilla ice cream. My only concern is that, while I love a thin pie crust as much as the next guy, it almost didn't reach the ends of the pan, which ended up being a little dark on the ends and thin. It was also very difficult to handle- very oily and crumbly. Eventually I just had to stop rolling it, crumble it up and push it into the pan myself. It was difficult. What saved it from loosing a star is it still ended up tasting great. Also, we were out of butter. So I replaced it with greek yogurt.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 5, 2013

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