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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Cake Balls
These were phenomenal! I made a ton of them for Christmas. Yellow Cake w/ Fudge Frosting dipped in Bittersweet Chocolate, Orange Supreme Cake w/ Vanilla Frosting dipped in Bittersweet Chocolate, and Spice Cake w/ Cream Cheese Frosting dipped in White Chocolate. Each flavor was delectable. I made sure to replace the water in all of the mixes with milk (for a moister crumb), and I crumbled the cake while still warm and added about 3/4 of the frosting and then let it sit for a couple hours before rolling them out. They were the perfect consistency by then. I used a fork to roll them in the chocolate and tap off the excess. I drizzled chocolate on the finished product (white on dark and dark on white) and then dusted them with sprinkles. They looked like something out of a bakery. My husband said they reminded him of really moist donut holes. All of my friends absolutely loved them and were begging for the recipe. I highly recommend this recipe!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 24, 2009
Quick and Easy Alfredo Sauce
When another Alfredo recipe from this site flopped because my heavy cream turned out to be past its prime (whoops!) I ran back online and grabbed this recipe because I always have cream cheese on hand. At first I was scared because the butter and cream cheese looked curdled in the pot, but as soon as I added some milk, it smoothed right out. This sauce was delicious and I will most definitely make this again. I recommend using fresh garlic instead of the powdered stuff. And I also found that this worked out perfectly well using low fat cream cheese and 1% milk. I added a bit of extra Parmesan and a dash of nutmeg to really set the whole thing off. I served this tossed with linguini and steamed broccoli, and accompanied with homemade focaccia (also from this site). One last recommendation for folks who say their sauces are grainy- make sure you use freshly grated Parmesan straight from the block. Don't use the shredded or grated stuff in the tub or the green can. It is dehydrated and will not melt properly. That stuff is best used on top of the finished dish or on pizza. Invest in the real deal and a Microplane grater for this sauce and for most other dishes and you'll never go wrong! And if you really want to jazz this up, go for Parmigano Reggiano or even Peccorino or Asiago. That would probably be delicious!

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 2, 2004
Monkey Bread I
If you want a real scrumptious treat, flatten out the pieces of biscuit and wrap them around a cube of cream cheese, before you toss them in the cinnamon and sugar. WOW! This recipe is incredible and so easy to make! I used my Bundt pan and 2 cans of Grands buttermilk biscuits. I cut the biscuits into 6ths instead of 4ths and it cooked for the same time as regular biscuits. I also added some vanilla extract to the butter/sugar topping and made the sauce in the microwave instead of on the stovetop. I found shaking the cinnamon/sugar with the biscuit pieces to be really easy and even a little fun, as it brought out a little of the kid in me. :) Absolutely delicious!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2004

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