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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Friendship Soup Mix in a Jar
Like others, I made this up to give out as gifts this Christmas and it was a big hit - most people thought I purchased it! I put the jar in a decorative basket along with a soup ladle tied with a pretty ribbon. The jar I used was bigger than needed, so I just wrapped the pasta in seasonal plastic wrap, then stuffed more in the top to hold things in place. I made the soup for myself too -- it makes a HUGE batch (better have a big pot!) and was really good -- nice and thick and filling. I froze it in single serving sizes and have been bringing it to work for lunch. Heats up well in the microwave and is just as good the 2nd time around. Thanks!

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 17, 2005
Cookie Mix in a Jar I
This made a great gift! I found snowman jars at the local Walmart (held about 28 oz if you stuffed chips & M&Ms in the hat (lid)). I used a mixture of chocolate chips and red/green M&Ms for extra color -- was able to fit an M&M in each eye and nose of the snowman too! I couldn't fit all of the chocolate chips/M&Ms in the jar or lid, so I wrapped the extras in a little baggie and tied it with a ribbon. To make the gift extra nice, I placed the jar inside a basket lined with a holiday dish towel and matching potholders. Not only did it make a great impression, the cookies turned out wonderfully too :-) Thanks for this great recipe/gift idea.

49 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 9, 2004
Apple-Raisin French Toast Casserole
What a great, and yummy, breakfast! Made this for Christmas morning -- easy to make and disappeared in a flash! I used cinnamon raisin bread, but left the rest of the recipe exactly as is. This served four hungry adults and there was only a very little bit left over. I also cooked bacon and sausage in the morning to accompany this dish. It was so good, I didn't even need butter, syrup or powdered sugar to dress it up! Just serve it bottom side up and it's already topped! I'll definitely make this again.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 27, 2003

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