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klgr rated and reviewed the recipe Banana Cream Pudding Pie
Banana Cream Pudding Pie
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"We all thought the flavors were yummy, but my pudding did not firm up like the photo. Mine remained like a real pudding. I followed the recipe to a 'T', stirring constantly and kept it smooth, etc. Does someone have an idea why my pudding did not take shape?"
Posted on 2/8/2013
klgr rated and reviewed the recipe Beer Cheese-Stuffed Pretzels
Beer Cheese-Stuffed Pretzels
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"These were delicious! They took me longer than 15 minutes to make, but they were so yummy. Next time I am going to make a double batch. I think now that I have made them once, it won't take as long next time. Yumm!"
Posted on 1/20/2013
klgr rated and reviewed the recipe Beefy Italian Ramen Skillet
Beefy Italian Ramen Skillet
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"This is so easy and flavorful. It was a hit with the younger crowd and adults. I've made it many times and there are never any leftovers."
Posted on 1/10/2013
klgr rated and reviewed the recipe Easy Asian Cabbage Salad
Easy Asian Cabbage Salad
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"Easy and yummy....and I even sliced my own green and purple cabbages. It's great to take to a summer gathering or potluck and doesn't take long at all to make."
Posted on 1/10/2013
klgr rated and reviewed the recipe Pumpkin-Cranberry Pecan Bread with Tipsy Whipped Cream
Pumpkin-Cranberry Pecan Bread with Tipsy Whipped Cream
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"Most wonderful fall pumpkin bread!! I made this recipe into muffins. (The recipe for this bread is slightly different than the one for Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins. This bread recipe has brown sugar and more seasonings.) I was able to get 24 muffins and cooked them at 325 degrees for about 25 or 27 minutes. I think the muffin portion helped us control ourselves when eating them. They are DELICIOUS warm with a little butter."
Posted on 10/18/2012

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Posted 2/8/2013 4:35:37 PM REPORT ABUSE
Banana Cream Pudding Pie
Banana Cream Pudding Pie
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We all thought the flavors were yummy, but my pudding did not firm up like the photo. Mine remained like a real pudding. I followed the recipe to a 'T', stirring constantly and kept it smooth, etc. Does someone have an idea why my pudding did not take shape?
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Posted 1/20/2013 5:23:19 PM REPORT ABUSE
Beer Cheese-Stuffed Pretzels
Beer Cheese-Stuffed Pretzels
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These were delicious! They took me longer than 15 minutes to make, but they were so yummy. Next time I am going to make a double batch. I think now that I have made them once, it won't take as long next time. Yumm!
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Posted 1/10/2013 4:28:37 PM REPORT ABUSE
Beefy Italian Ramen Skillet
Beefy Italian Ramen Skillet
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This is so easy and flavorful. It was a hit with the younger crowd and adults. I've made it many times and there are never any leftovers.
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Posted 1/10/2013 4:24:08 PM REPORT ABUSE
Easy Asian Cabbage Salad
Easy Asian Cabbage Salad
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Easy and yummy....and I even sliced my own green and purple cabbages. It's great to take to a summer gathering or potluck and doesn't take long at all to make.
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Posted 10/18/2012 9:50:11 AM REPORT ABUSE
Pumpkin-Cranberry Pecan Bread with Tipsy Whipped Cream
Pumpkin-Cranberry Pecan Bread with Tipsy Whipped Cream
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Most wonderful fall pumpkin bread!! I made this recipe into muffins. (The recipe for this bread is slightly different than the one for Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins. This bread recipe has brown sugar and more seasonings.) I was able to get 24 muffins and cooked them at 325 degrees for about 25 or 27 minutes. I think the muffin portion helped us control ourselves when eating them. They are DELICIOUS warm with a little butter.
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Posted 10/18/2012 9:40:01 AM REPORT ABUSE
Holiday Breakfast Bake
Holiday Breakfast Bake
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I thought this was just ok. Everyone loved it, but I wasn't thrilled with it. I think it is a good weekend brunch, but there are better brunch bakes on BC that have more of a 'wow' impact for special occasions or holidays and aren't any more time consuming. I like to make breakfast casseroles on the weekend for our family of 3 and then divide up the leftovers for easy breakfast re-heats on school/work mornings.
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Posted 10/10/2012 2:11:04 PM REPORT ABUSE
Cheesy Bacon Pull-Apart Biscuits
Cheesy Bacon Pull-Apart Biscuits
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These were just ok. The Bisquick made the biscuits taste very sweet. I'm used to cooking with Bisquik, but didn't really expect the sweetness to come through so much here. For the amount of prep time vs. taste outcome, I'm not sure I will make them again. I also had many more than the recipe indicated...and I didn't make a double batch. For the leftover biscuits, we were eating the top half of the biscuit with the cheese and bacon, but then the bottom half we broke up into our soup. That was very yummy.
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Posted 10/10/2012 2:03:26 PM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooker Confetti Wild Rice Soup
Slow-Cooker Confetti Wild Rice Soup
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The soup came out much more stew-like for me. I think I would have added the rice a bit later, maybe an hour before being ready. The rice added at the beginning seemed to soak up a lot of broth and add to the stew-type consistency. Everyone loved the soup, but for my own preference, I think I will use fresh broccoli next time, adding it at the start. Even though the broccoli was cooked in the soup, it just seemed to have a frozen texture and taste to it. I think I may also omit the corn and instead use baby bella mushrooms. If I make it again with corn, I may add some bite-size chunks of red bell pepper.
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Posted 9/18/2012 2:53:10 PM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooker Italian Chicken-Lentil Soup
Slow-Cooker Italian Chicken-Lentil Soup
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This was a great soup, almost more of a stew. Everyone loved it. I served it with some biscuits. If you want more of a soup, I would suggest adding more broth. I think next time I will add some garlic and onion, and maybe some Italian seasoning, just to give the overall flavor more of a pop.
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Posted 9/11/2012 12:38:49 PM REPORT ABUSE
Pumpkin Angel Food Cake with Ginger-Cream Filling
Pumpkin Angel Food Cake with Ginger-Cream Filling
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This is a great light cake with just a touch of pumpkin and not overly sweet or heavy. Perfect for the still warm days in September. I did not have an angel food cake pan, so I used my bundt cake pan. Then, instead of cutting the cake into 2 layers, I followed the tip that Betty Crocker had posted at the end of the recipe by slicing the cake as I would regularly serve a bundt cake and I dolloped the whipped cream frosting on top of the slice. I also did not use the crystallized ginger, but used the substitution of the powdered ginger. It gave the whipped frosting a really nice delicate ginger flavor. The crystallized ginger probably would have made a nice decoration sprinkled on top of the dollop of whipped frosting.
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