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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Spanish Beef and Rice
Changed a lot, but liked the basic recipe. Ended up using the rice/bean/tomato sauce/ground beef mushy mixture to fill burritos (seasoned with chili powder, a little red pepper, salt and cumin). Also put fresh spinach, cheese, sour cream and a dollop of salsa on the burritos and it they were delicious. Thanks for the base recipe. A nice way to combine and use the left over beans, rice and tomato sauce I had in the fridge.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 2, 2013
Lemon Icing
Great base recipe. I ended up adding the juice from a whole lemon (it's more like 4ish tablespoons than 2) as well as a tablespoon-ish of half n half in order to make it go from super stiff icing to creamy enough to smear over a lemon loaf cake I made in an attempt to duplicate Starbuck's lemon pound cake (my fav). I used the "Lemon Cake" recipe from this site using a box of yellow cake mix and a box of lemon pudding. I didn't make that recipe's icing, obviously, and I put them in my 1lb bread pans and baked for 35min at 350. I glazed them with *this* recipe's icing after the loaves cooled for 15min and the icing formed a perfect layer on the top and then slightly dripped down the sides just like Starbucks! They are in the fridge cooling right now -- can't wait to see how they taste, but they look picture perfect!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 22, 2013
No Bake Cookies III
The first time I made these I used all natural peanut butter NOT kept in the fridge (which can be pretty liquidy), and subbed 1 cup of honey for all the sugar. They pretty runny even though I added 1 extra cup of oats, but after putting them in the freezer for 30min and then storing them in the fridge, they set fine. This time I made the recipe for 36 instead of 24, still subbing the half portion of honey but using regular peanut butter and no extra oats, and they got much thicker much quicker! I had to race to get them spooned out before they got so dry they wouldn't stick together! But the best thing was that I used my MUFFIN PANS and smushed a large spoonful down into each cup (no liners or oil or anything), stuck them in the freezer again (30min), and when I took them out I could pry out each perfectly shaped cookie with a butter knife and they didn't crumble or break! I will use less peanut butter next time (or go back to the thinner, natural kind), but I just love these cookies! I'm going to try using olive oil instead of butter and almond milk instead of regular one time, and then they will be GF AND DF (not that I care but other people do haha).

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Reviewed On: Feb. 1, 2013
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