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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Easy Red Velvet Cake
I tried this cake, with all of the substitutions suggested by the user wilddaycare which included adding 1 cup of sour cream, 3 eggs, 1/2 cup of water, 1/3 cup of veg oil, 1tsp of vanilla flavor, and I used 1/2 bottle of red food coloring and it was the perfect tint. I give the cake 3 stars because based on the revisions I made, the cake was very, very moist and good, however, it tasted NOTHING like a red velvet cake. I honestly don't think it would have been anything compared to this without the revisions. My husband said it tasted like a chocolate cake that so happen to be red lol. The texture of the cake was different. I will try the recipe again, but will try other substitutions suggested by other users such as using buttermilk instead of water, possibly adding coa coa and a little vinegar. Oh I made cream cheese frosting fro scratch so this made the cake even better.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2013
Breakfast Pies
These were absolutlely DELICIOUS!!!! I read a lot of the reviews before I made them and I did use the crescent rolls in place of the family does not care for biscuits that much. And for the kids sake I omitted the onions and bell peppers, but I did use onion powder in the egg and milk mixture. I used Jimmy Deans maple sausage. I also used a turkey baster to distribute the egg mixture into the biscuit. I used cupcake paper to line the muffin pan, as well as put a cookie sheet under the muffin pan to cath any spills. I tried not to fill the cups up too much to prevent spills, however one did spill a little and missed the cookie sheet and got on the bottom of the stove. It wasn't much though, but the little that did spill smelled awful, so I can only imagine if they all would have spilled out. All in all, this was very good and easy to make. I made 8, we ate a couple last night, and froze and reheated them this morning for about 35-40 seconds and they tasted even better this morning. I simply stuck them in a ziploc freezer bag and they were perfect. These will work wonderfully to have on hand at the office for a quick breakfast. I will definitely be making more of these in different varieties to have on hand for a quick morning breakfast. This is so much better than buying those frozen breakfast things which I hate...they taste too processed for me...and not to mention, making these homemade are much CHEAPER!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 30, 2011
Simple Sassy Salmon
The glaze for this was very good. I added a little more brown sugar than the recipe calls for because I wanted mine just a tad bit sweeter, but I really liked the glaze. However, I used frozen salmon the first time I made this and there is a HUGE difference in the taste of the frozen vs the fresh. So for the best taste, be sure to use fresh fish, I definitely will every time I make this going forward!! Overall, it was still good and has been added into my meal rotation

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2011
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