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DC-Pressure-Cooker rated and reviewed the recipe Lemonade Party Cake
Lemonade Party Cake
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"Tangy, tart, sweet & unexpectedly fancy-fun feeling. The taste was very good! Zippy. I'll keep in mind for lots of occasions. I'm thinking particularly great for baby showers, birthdays, pool parties... * * * COOKING / SERVING TIP : Be sure to bake in the same pan in which you will serve & store because the liquid from the initial preparation stages makes it difficult to move around to another pan. "
Posted on 4/6/2013
DC-Pressure-Cooker rated and reviewed the recipe Oatmeal-Brown Sugar Pancakes with Banana-Walnut Syrup
Oatmeal-Brown Sugar Pancakes with Banana-Walnut Syrup
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"Favorite every time! Every age of guest loves this recipe at my house. It's a fun Sunday family breakfast or a sophisticated brunch with discerning guests. Cooking: I make as described. It cooks a little thicker than the normal Bisquick recipe for pancakes. It's easy to put together and the items are always available at my house. Taste: Great! Rich. There is a complexity of flavor. It feels warm, rich, creamy and hearty. Soooo good. Overall: Delicious. Winner, winner, winner! "
Posted on 7/29/2012
DC-Pressure-Cooker rated and reviewed the recipe Brownie Batter Pancakes
Brownie Batter Pancakes
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"Family celebration breakfast today. The fun factor was the chocolate syrup, whip cream and sprinkles. Cooking: I made exactly as described. Easy to do. They cooked up nicely though a bit faster and cooler than the normal Bisquick recipe. Taste: Chocolate taste certainly came through but tasted a bit powdery. It wasn't very moist. Not a great depth or complexity of flavor. Overall family vote: Ok. Will try chocolate pancakes again, but likely not this recipe. "
Posted on 7/29/2012
DC-Pressure-Cooker rated and reviewed the recipe Pizza Deviled Eggs
Pizza Deviled Eggs
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"Summer picnics have an emotional feeling in my family -- and if picnics had a taste, it would most certainly include these eggs. First of all, they *look* delicious. My cooking almost never looks like the sample picture, but these very easily did. Every guest at the party said they looked stunning. And then of course they have to *taste* good. The taste was creamy (because of the cheese) and then spicy (because of the pepperoni). I followed the recipe as shown. For the cheese ratio, I used 3/4 parmesan and 1/4 romano for the allotted cheese portion. I highly recommend this recipe. "
Posted on 6/3/2012
DC-Pressure-Cooker rated and reviewed the recipe Piña Colada Cupcakes
Piña Colada Cupcakes
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"Summer has arrived with this dessert! I made as shown in the recipe except ended up using more coconut on top. These smell amazing while baking -- and taste even better when done. Made today's batch for my husband's birthday tomorrow & will certainly make again!"
Posted on 5/25/2012

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Posted 4/6/2013 6:12:17 PM REPORT ABUSE
Lemonade Party Cake
Lemonade Party Cake
Rating:
Tangy, tart, sweet & unexpectedly fancy-fun feeling. The taste was very good! Zippy. I'll keep in mind for lots of occasions. I'm thinking particularly great for baby showers, birthdays, pool parties... * * * COOKING / SERVING TIP : Be sure to bake in the same pan in which you will serve & store because the liquid from the initial preparation stages makes it difficult to move around to another pan.
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Posted 7/29/2012 2:52:23 PM REPORT ABUSE
Oatmeal-Brown Sugar Pancakes with Banana-Walnut Syrup
Oatmeal-Brown Sugar Pancakes with Banana-Walnut Syrup
Rating:
Favorite every time! Every age of guest loves this recipe at my house. It's a fun Sunday family breakfast or a sophisticated brunch with discerning guests. Cooking: I make as described. It cooks a little thicker than the normal Bisquick recipe for pancakes. It's easy to put together and the items are always available at my house. Taste: Great! Rich. There is a complexity of flavor. It feels warm, rich, creamy and hearty. Soooo good. Overall: Delicious. Winner, winner, winner!
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Posted 7/29/2012 2:42:40 PM REPORT ABUSE
Brownie Batter Pancakes
Brownie Batter Pancakes
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Family celebration breakfast today. The fun factor was the chocolate syrup, whip cream and sprinkles. Cooking: I made exactly as described. Easy to do. They cooked up nicely though a bit faster and cooler than the normal Bisquick recipe. Taste: Chocolate taste certainly came through but tasted a bit powdery. It wasn't very moist. Not a great depth or complexity of flavor. Overall family vote: Ok. Will try chocolate pancakes again, but likely not this recipe.
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Posted 6/3/2012 6:11:59 PM REPORT ABUSE
Pizza Deviled Eggs
Pizza Deviled Eggs
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Summer picnics have an emotional feeling in my family -- and if picnics had a taste, it would most certainly include these eggs. First of all, they *look* delicious. My cooking almost never looks like the sample picture, but these very easily did. Every guest at the party said they looked stunning. And then of course they have to *taste* good. The taste was creamy (because of the cheese) and then spicy (because of the pepperoni). I followed the recipe as shown. For the cheese ratio, I used 3/4 parmesan and 1/4 romano for the allotted cheese portion. I highly recommend this recipe.
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Posted 5/25/2012 9:14:24 PM REPORT ABUSE
Piña Colada Cupcakes
Piña Colada Cupcakes
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Summer has arrived with this dessert! I made as shown in the recipe except ended up using more coconut on top. These smell amazing while baking -- and taste even better when done. Made today's batch for my husband's birthday tomorrow & will certainly make again!
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Posted 12/13/2011 7:56:28 PM REPORT ABUSE
Baked Spinach Artichoke Dip
Baked Spinach Artichoke Dip
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Debut at our 2011 holiday party in a fondue pot. I skipped the baking all together and heated 30 minutes in advance and then left it on low throughout our party to keep warm. HUGE hit with guests. I skipped the red pepper and added a bit more chopped garlic (probably 1 teaspoon) and added extra cheese (1/4 cup of each mozzarella, parm and cheddar). Super easy to make. Ingredients were fairly affordable. Prepped a day in advance in one pot (that I was later serving in). It was delicious. Served with scoop tortilla chips. When someone asked me what it was and I told them, they said they didn't like artichokes or spinach but they had sat over the bowl and happily eaten 10 scoops of it. Highly recommend it! But make a double batch -- because you'll always need it :)
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