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Recipe Reviews 25 reviews
Blackberry Muffins
I used thawed blackberries, whole wheat pastry flour, and doubled the pumpkin pie seasoning...they all worked great. Based on the reviews that said the muffins were dry, I made my own modifications. I used hot water in place of milk, quick oats in place of rolled, and grapeseed oil in place of butter. My muffins turned out flavorful and moist...I will make these again soon! Another reviewer suggested adding some chocolate chips...I did, because who doesn't like chocolate chips? I won't add chocolate chips to these again...they detracted from the blackberries which were great on their own.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2015
Never Fail Meatloaf
I did reduce the BBQ sauce to 1/2 cup. The rest I made exactly as the recipe says. I did not make or use the sauce at all because my family likes to use plain ketchup with meatloaf. The actual meatloaf turned out awesome! I have been searching for the perfect meatloaf recipe for years and this is it for us! I put a greased cookie cooling rack on a baking sheet and baked the meatloaf on that so the grease drips down. I baked mine uncovered on the "Convect Roast" setting at 325 for one hour. The outside looked over done, but it turned out that the outside had the perfect crust while the inside was soft and moist. Great flavor and texture all around! If you don't have a convect setting, bake at 350 as the recipe states.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 25, 2015
Frank's Favorite Slow-Cooker Thai Chicken
This is a great kid-friendly and easy meal. Don't expect fancy and amazing thai flavors. Just simple, easy, and good. I only had mild salsa on hand, and I added a bit extra peanut butter. I served it over brown rice that I made with water and coconut milk. I will make it again. I cooked mine on high for about 3 1/2 hours in the slow cooker. Turned out great.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2014

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