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vjmont rated and reviewed the recipe Six-Layer Brownie Bars
Six-Layer Brownie Bars
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"love this recipe! I always bake brownies, and cookie bars, especially if using condensed milk, at 325 instead of 350. it may require a bit more baking time but they don't brown too much around the edges. also my cakes don't stick to bundt pans anymore when inverting. it works for me, hope this helps!!"
Posted on 2/26/2012
vjmont rated and reviewed the recipe Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
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"made these again last night for my son this time. they DO look just like the picture and are absolutely delicious! very easy to prepare, moist, and chocolately.. when I don't have time to bake from scratch recipes like this one save the day!!"
Posted on 2/24/2012
vjmont rated and reviewed the recipe Parmesan-Dijon Chicken
Parmesan-Dijon Chicken
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"will be adding fresh garlic to the melted butter, a pinch of basil and oregano to bread crumb mixture, and preparing tonight. love easy recipes that look and sound sooo good!!"
Posted on 2/24/2012
vjmont rated and reviewed the recipe Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
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"so easy, moist, and delicious! will definitely be baking them again! reduced temp to 325 and used an 11x13 inch pan, baking time was about 35 mins. worked out well, look just like the pic too! "
Posted on 2/15/2012
vjmont rated and reviewed the recipe Luscious Layer Bars
Luscious Layer Bars
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"I used oatmeal cookie mix with butterscotch chips for the base. they were delicious and soooo easy to prepare! my grandmother used to make these with graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and butter for the bottom layer when I was a kid. she called them 'hello dollies'. they were my favorite holiday cookie! am going to try the chocolate cookie mix next time, YUM!!! "
Posted on 12/29/2011

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Posted 2/26/2012 1:30:39 PM REPORT ABUSE
Six-Layer Brownie Bars
Six-Layer Brownie Bars
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love this recipe! I always bake brownies, and cookie bars, especially if using condensed milk, at 325 instead of 350. it may require a bit more baking time but they don't brown too much around the edges. also my cakes don't stick to bundt pans anymore when inverting. it works for me, hope this helps!!
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Posted 2/24/2012 2:57:41 PM REPORT ABUSE
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
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made these again last night for my son this time. they DO look just like the picture and are absolutely delicious! very easy to prepare, moist, and chocolately.. when I don't have time to bake from scratch recipes like this one save the day!!
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Posted 2/24/2012 2:40:29 PM REPORT ABUSE
Parmesan-Dijon Chicken
Parmesan-Dijon Chicken
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will be adding fresh garlic to the melted butter, a pinch of basil and oregano to bread crumb mixture, and preparing tonight. love easy recipes that look and sound sooo good!!
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Posted 2/15/2012 10:45:30 PM REPORT ABUSE
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
Triple-Chocolate Cherry Bars
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so easy, moist, and delicious! will definitely be baking them again! reduced temp to 325 and used an 11x13 inch pan, baking time was about 35 mins. worked out well, look just like the pic too!
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Posted 12/29/2011 9:10:47 PM REPORT ABUSE
Luscious Layer Bars
Luscious Layer Bars
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I used oatmeal cookie mix with butterscotch chips for the base. they were delicious and soooo easy to prepare! my grandmother used to make these with graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and butter for the bottom layer when I was a kid. she called them 'hello dollies'. they were my favorite holiday cookie! am going to try the chocolate cookie mix next time, YUM!!!
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Posted 6/23/2011 10:44:19 PM REPORT ABUSE
Warm Toasted Marshmallow S'mores Bars
Warm Toasted Marshmallow S'mores Bars
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have everything I need to make these except marshmallows on hand are regular sized ones left over from camping trip. if I split them in half and lay over the top of chocolate before broiling, am hoping they'll turn out ok. after reading comments I'll be using a bit more graham crumbs to absorb some of the butter as well. wish me luck they sound and look yummy!
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Posted 2/11/2011 8:19:13 PM REPORT ABUSE
Mocha-Toffee Chocolate Cookies
Mocha-Toffee Chocolate Cookies
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Was looking for a soft chocolate, mocha, chocolate chip cookie. This recipe definitely was exactly what I wanted it to be! Because I'm watching calories but still like to have a treat once in a while, I omitted the toffee candy. Also used some french vanilla instant coffee mixed with water instead of using vanilla. The cookies turned out wonderful! Nice soft moist chocolate delight, and so easy to make!!
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Posted 8/22/2010 10:47:10 AM REPORT ABUSE
Beef Fajitas
Beef Fajitas
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sounds so good and easy! after reading comments I'm wondering if the marinade would be just as good, not too sweet, if the amount of honey was cut by half...? this recipe is almost too easy not to try it!!
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Posted 3/30/2010 8:45:54 AM REPORT ABUSE
Cinnamon Apple Crisp
Cinnamon Apple Crisp
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this recipe is very good, and can use almost any fruit you like. when I use fresh fruit that's a little tart, I just sprinkle a little sugar over it before the crumble topping stage. this recipe is not crispy like the average apple crisp. if you want to it be crisp, try 1/2 cup of oats and omit the egg. experimenting with recipes is fun! enjoy...
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Posted 1/26/2010 11:46:39 AM REPORT ABUSE
Italian Chicken Fingers
Italian Chicken Fingers
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sounds good from reviews! going to use italian style bread crumbs and canola oil as that's what I have on hand for tonight. I'm sure my 15yr old will love them!! he actually makes his own version and frys them on the stove top...what a mess to clean up after frying!! doing this in the oven without so much oil, is not only healthier, there won't be any greasy mess...
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