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Wyopsychnp rated and reviewed the recipe Penne with Mushroom-Tomato-Cream Sauce
Penne with Mushroom-Tomato-Cream Sauce
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"Made this for supper and it was mighty tasty...used whole wheat penne and a little more garlic, but yummy..."
Posted on 11/7/2010
Wyopsychnp rated and reviewed the recipe Chili con Queso Casserole
Chili con Queso Casserole
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"Sounds delicious :-) BC did not advertise this as a healthier recipe...I might make it for a special occasion for breakfast--Mother's Day, birthday, etc. Once a year, I think we can eat something delicious..."
Posted on 4/30/2010
Wyopsychnp rated and reviewed the recipe Cheesy Potato Chowder
Cheesy Potato Chowder
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"Good soup, but we found it a little bland...I grated a small onion into the broccoli broth mixture and added some crushed red pepper at the end...a "5" spoon recipe with those additions...."
Posted on 6/20/2009
Wyopsychnp rated and reviewed the recipe Cranberry-Apple Dessert
Cranberry-Apple Dessert
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"Tried it for the first time on Christmas day. Added chopped walnuts and a little cinnamon (I read the reviews first) and used heart-smart Bisquick and half sugar, half splenda for sweetening (my husband is diabetic). I live at high altitude, the baking instructions, my adjustments, and/or or my oven did affect the result. It rose beautifully, but the crust got hard and overbrowned. Once that was removed, though, the dessert was wonderful warm with some low-fat vanilla ice cream. I will be trying this again!"
Posted on 6/1/2009
Wyopsychnp rated and reviewed the recipe Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
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"After a Catholic childhood of too many icky tuna casseroles on Friday nights, I hadn't eaten a hot tuna dish in years. I made this because I thought my husband would like it and I found I liked it too! Like another reviewer, I couldn't find the parmesan variety of tuna helper, so used the alfredo. It was soupy at first, but came together after about 15 minutes. I added some sauteed chopped celery and mushrooms, I think they were pleasant additions. I'm certainly going to make it again."
Posted on 6/1/2009
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Posted 11/7/2010 9:23:13 PM REPORT ABUSE
Penne with Mushroom-Tomato-Cream Sauce
Penne with Mushroom-Tomato-Cream Sauce
Rating:
Made this for supper and it was mighty tasty...used whole wheat penne and a little more garlic, but yummy...
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Posted 4/30/2010 9:22:49 AM REPORT ABUSE
Chili con Queso Casserole
Chili con Queso Casserole
Rating:
Sounds delicious :-) BC did not advertise this as a healthier recipe...I might make it for a special occasion for breakfast--Mother's Day, birthday, etc. Once a year, I think we can eat something delicious...
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 6/20/2009 8:12:21 PM REPORT ABUSE
Cheesy Potato Chowder
Cheesy Potato Chowder
Rating:
Good soup, but we found it a little bland...I grated a small onion into the broccoli broth mixture and added some crushed red pepper at the end...a "5" spoon recipe with those additions....
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 6/1/2009 11:47:58 AM REPORT ABUSE
Cranberry-Apple Dessert
Cranberry-Apple Dessert
Rating:
Tried it for the first time on Christmas day. Added chopped walnuts and a little cinnamon (I read the reviews first) and used heart-smart Bisquick and half sugar, half splenda for sweetening (my husband is diabetic). I live at high altitude, the baking instructions, my adjustments, and/or or my oven did affect the result. It rose beautifully, but the crust got hard and overbrowned. Once that was removed, though, the dessert was wonderful warm with some low-fat vanilla ice cream. I will be trying this again!
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 6/1/2009 11:47:58 AM REPORT ABUSE
Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
Crunchy Ranch Tuna Pasta
Rating:
After a Catholic childhood of too many icky tuna casseroles on Friday nights, I hadn't eaten a hot tuna dish in years. I made this because I thought my husband would like it and I found I liked it too! Like another reviewer, I couldn't find the parmesan variety of tuna helper, so used the alfredo. It was soupy at first, but came together after about 15 minutes. I added some sauteed chopped celery and mushrooms, I think they were pleasant additions. I'm certainly going to make it again.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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