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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Two Ingredient Pumpkin Cake
I used spice cake mix, canned pumpkin, added one egg, 1/4 c water (to clean pumpkin can, dumped in 1/3 cup or so of cinnamon applesauce I had in the fridge. Put them in the Kitchen Aid and mixed them for about 3 minutes. I think these are the bomb! Super light and delicious! I mixed up a little glaze but they don't need it. Will definitely be trying this with other cake flavors soon.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 5, 2012
Bread and Celery Stuffing
First time making stuffing, used Pepperidge Farms Homestyle White -- cut into cubes and dried overnight, then toasted for 10 mins or so in a 200 oven. Combined all, put in my Pampered Chef round stone, refrigerated, then lightly covered with aluminum foil to bake for 35 mins. Perfect. Many, many compliments. And soo easy.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 29, 2011
Cake Balls
We made these with devils food cake, vanilla frosting and dipped them in real ambrosia chocolate (on clearance after Xmas in the grocery store!). I crumbled my slightly warm cake into a bowl, added only 1/2 can of frosting -- you may be tempted to add more -- don't do it. You'll end up with wet and mushy insides. I set the bowl in the fridge for an hour, then scooped the dough with my cookie scoop, froze them for 1 hr and using toothpicks, dipped them into the chocolate. I filled two cookie sheets; some I made with my small scoop and I made a dozen or so with my large scoop. We stored them in the fridge for the whole DAY that they lasted! I'm sure they could be frozen but mine didn't last long enough! Will be making again soon ... they looked and tasted like something you bought in a bakery.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2009
 
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