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Nadae Huck

Nadae Huck
Home Town: Yakima, Washington, USA
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Member Since: Feb. 2006
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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Trail Mix Sandwiches
I skip the lemon zest and use whole wheat bagels - and this recipes is great. While nothing you would find in a restuarant, we always take this camping or hiking with us. It is a great change from traditional sandwiches. I use trail mix with fruit. When we go camping I make the mix, store it in tupperware and keep it in the icebox until the day we are going to use it. Then I just spread it on the bagels. When we go hiking I wrap it good in saran wrap and foil. This sandwich doesn't get squished either in between the rest of our hiking stuff - so it is great for that reason too! Definitely give it a try!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 21, 2008
Dirt Cake I
Two comments: First, this is a good recipe, but I gave this 4 stars because I only needed half the amount of oreo cookies the recipe calls for. Second comment (none of this affected my rating): I followed the recipe using chocolate, vanilla, and cookies and cream pudding flavors. Then I made the dirt cake with straight pudding (following the directions on the box) and the oreo crumbs. I had my husband do a blind taste test, and with all three of the cake "flavors" he liked the simple pudding version better than the elaborate cake version. So, I made dirt cups for my daughter's party with just pudding and oreos and it was a hit! Saved me some money too. So, while this is a good recipe, you might be able to save some time and money just using regular pudding. Oh, for the layers (in little plastic cups) I used 1/3 c. of oreo crumbs (splitting it three ways) with 1/3 c. of the pudding inbetween each of the oreo layers.

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 17, 2008
Baby Blue Punch
Followed the recipe exactly and it was great! Made it for a boy baby shower, and several people at that shower have called me for the recipe to use at a boy baby shower they were throwing. Thanks for the fabulous blue punch!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2008

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