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MsJaxFla rated and reviewed the recipe White Pizza
White Pizza
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"Great taste (yummm) & so easy! I use the Bisquick recipe for my crust all the time instead of messing with harder, more expensive and I love both."
Posted on 2/25/2013
MsJaxFla rated and reviewed the recipe Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
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"Forgot to rate. This is a wonderful recipe, so just because I don't like the Panko doesn't mean I don't totally recommend it. It is wonderful. Oh and use Kretschmer wheat germ. The plain one. I like the honey, but usually for meat loaf the plain is better and also for more things."
Posted on 11/5/2012
MsJaxFla rated and reviewed the recipe Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
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"Wow, I have been making a very close recipe to this for years... did not know Betty had one too. I do NOT like the Progresso PANKO Crispy Bread Crumbs one bit. I might be the ONLY person in the world to say so, but it is true. I now will only buy the Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs and if you ever change them you will have made a huge mistake as far as my thinking. My Version...... Cooking spray 1 15 oz can tomato sauce 1/4 c Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs 1/4 c wheat germ 2 eggs (or equivlent of egg substitute) 1/2 C finely diced fresh onions 1 lb lean ground beef, 7% fat or less 4 % (Publix) 3 T Parmesan or Italian Blend grated cheese 8 oz block Mozzarella 1. Preheat oven to 400*. Coat muffin pans w cooking spray. Combine 3/4 cup pasta sauce and remaining ingredients (except mozzarella cheese) until blended. 2. Divide into 24 balls & shape around each string cheese, covering cheese completely. Seal tightly so hot cheese will stay inside. If you want to use a loaf pan, put half the meat in and then just cut cheese into long rectangular tubes & put them in the middle and put cheese on top or you can just cut a solid layer of cheese and either way, put the rest of the meat on top. Left over sauce can be drizzled over the top after baking. Bake 20-25 min or until 160*F. This of course depends on if you do muffin size or loaf size. I don't like my meatloaf dry, so if you do, you might want to bake it a bit longer .than 160*F. "
Posted on 11/5/2012
MsJaxFla rated and reviewed the recipe Easy Cheese and Bacon Quiche
Easy Cheese and Bacon Quiche
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"This is so much better, easier and quicker than making a Pate Brisee. I have made this so many times and like others, vary it depending on what I have or am in the mood for as far as filling. I do love my Bisquick!!! And I MUST mention my favorite cake in the world for way too many years to mention.... your Velvet Crumb Cake! I used to pour some warmed Blueberry or Cherry pie filling over it for a "Special Treat". "
Posted on 11/2/2012
MsJaxFla rated and reviewed the recipe Easy Burrito Bake
Easy Burrito Bake
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"I like different meals alot, so this time I used pixidust8's idea of cornbread, but I like it with Bisquick also. Since I can not afford meat or a lot of things I love, it is just great exactly as written or a few changes. I did not have salsa (love salsa), so used diced tomatoes and only had plain yogurt (but love it) and no lettuce. If I have everything I make it exactly by the recipe. But when you are broke it works with stated instead. Oh yes, I cooked my own red beans from dry and added a beef and cilantro bouillon cube each to a little water to mash the beans with a potato masher and put a touch of coconut oil in them instead of lard."
Posted on 4/25/2012

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Posted 2/25/2013 2:12:22 PM REPORT ABUSE
White Pizza
White Pizza
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Great taste (yummm) & so easy! I use the Bisquick recipe for my crust all the time instead of messing with harder, more expensive and I love both.
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Posted 11/5/2012 9:24:28 AM REPORT ABUSE
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
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Forgot to rate. This is a wonderful recipe, so just because I don't like the Panko doesn't mean I don't totally recommend it. It is wonderful. Oh and use Kretschmer wheat germ. The plain one. I like the honey, but usually for meat loaf the plain is better and also for more things.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 11/5/2012 9:13:37 AM REPORT ABUSE
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
Cheese Stuffed Mini Meat Loaves
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Wow, I have been making a very close recipe to this for years... did not know Betty had one too. I do NOT like the Progresso PANKO Crispy Bread Crumbs one bit. I might be the ONLY person in the world to say so, but it is true. I now will only buy the Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs and if you ever change them you will have made a huge mistake as far as my thinking. My Version...... Cooking spray 1 15 oz can tomato sauce 1/4 c Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs 1/4 c wheat germ 2 eggs (or equivlent of egg substitute) 1/2 C finely diced fresh onions 1 lb lean ground beef, 7% fat or less 4 % (Publix) 3 T Parmesan or Italian Blend grated cheese 8 oz block Mozzarella 1. Preheat oven to 400*. Coat muffin pans w cooking spray. Combine 3/4 cup pasta sauce and remaining ingredients (except mozzarella cheese) until blended. 2. Divide into 24 balls & shape around each string cheese, covering cheese completely. Seal tightly so hot cheese will stay inside. If you want to use a loaf pan, put half the meat in and then just cut cheese into long rectangular tubes & put them in the middle and put cheese on top or you can just cut a solid layer of cheese and either way, put the rest of the meat on top. Left over sauce can be drizzled over the top after baking. Bake 20-25 min or until 160*F. This of course depends on if you do muffin size or loaf size. I don't like my meatloaf dry, so if you do, you might want to bake it a bit longer .than 160*F.
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Posted 11/2/2012 10:52:17 PM REPORT ABUSE
Easy Cheese and Bacon Quiche
Easy Cheese and Bacon Quiche
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This is so much better, easier and quicker than making a Pate Brisee. I have made this so many times and like others, vary it depending on what I have or am in the mood for as far as filling. I do love my Bisquick!!! And I MUST mention my favorite cake in the world for way too many years to mention.... your Velvet Crumb Cake! I used to pour some warmed Blueberry or Cherry pie filling over it for a "Special Treat".
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 4/25/2012 3:33:50 PM REPORT ABUSE
Easy Burrito Bake
Easy Burrito Bake
Rating:
I like different meals alot, so this time I used pixidust8's idea of cornbread, but I like it with Bisquick also. Since I can not afford meat or a lot of things I love, it is just great exactly as written or a few changes. I did not have salsa (love salsa), so used diced tomatoes and only had plain yogurt (but love it) and no lettuce. If I have everything I make it exactly by the recipe. But when you are broke it works with stated instead. Oh yes, I cooked my own red beans from dry and added a beef and cilantro bouillon cube each to a little water to mash the beans with a potato masher and put a touch of coconut oil in them instead of lard.
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Posted 2/21/2012 1:29:32 PM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Coconut Pie
Impossibly Easy Coconut Pie
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The flavor was outstanding, but it was a little runny on the bottom. I am not an experience baker, so maybe other's know the secrets. Like do you pack the flour and the coconut? Do you use unsalted butter (which is the only I buy). I figured with the option of margarine, it needed to be salted, so I added a tiny touch of salt and am so glad I did that. I put it back in the oven on a lower shelf to dry it up a bit, but it sure did tasted wonderful. I just wish I was expecting company so they could smell it.. grin, smells devine and I love it. So I will be making it over again and again.
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Posted 2/5/2012 2:48:05 PM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooker Beef Stroganoff
Slow-Cooker Beef Stroganoff
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Has anyone thought of adding dry, uncooked noodles with the meat and mushrooms and adding the the white sauce along with the cheese? It just does not seem that convenient to have to boil water and cook the noodles separately.
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Posted 2/3/2012 1:20:43 PM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooker Cajun Pot Roast with Maque Choux
Slow-Cooker Cajun Pot Roast with Maque Choux
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Frequent recipe for me........ and YUMMMM! What is NOT to love....... and you can vary it a dozen ways, it is a good basic recipe and alone it will knock the socks off any guest. And if not....... get rid of the guests. lol
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Posted 1/5/2012 7:55:18 AM REPORT ABUSE
Bavarian Pork Chops
Bavarian Pork Chops
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I love this also, it is definitely addictive. I was going to make my version tonight, but will do this one instead. I forget about this one it seems, good thing I kept it in my recipe box. I don't always have an apple, so I usually add a fresh, thinly sliced carrot or two to mine. Also, don't always have barley, so I also used natural brown rice or just put them on top of a big mound of mashed potatoes.
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Posted 1/5/2012 7:16:22 AM REPORT ABUSE
Seven-Layer Bean Dip
Seven-Layer Bean Dip
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I have loved this for years and I have never had one single person NOT rave over it. Years ago, I used to soak and cook pinto beans and mash them myself.. because back then they were made with lard, but now a days we can buy them lard free.
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