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"I make fruit dip with marshmallow fluff, cream cheese, and cool whip, and it is so incredibly delicious! I forgot to get cool whip at the store, but I really wanted some fruit dip, so I tried this. It had good reviews, and I figured that it couldn't be too far off from what I normally do. It wasn't horrible, but it definitely wasn't as good as it ..."
Dec 12, 2012 on Food.com
"YUM! We've done these a few times, and they are great! We add ginger in there somewhere, plus we do extra chicken, chopped carrots, and rice."
Oct 16, 2010 on Food.com
"This is a good basic recipe. I honestly wouldn't use it as is, just because it's kinda boring. However, I added grilled/sliced chicken & sun-dried tomatoes, plus extra garlic & parmesan. If I make it again, I will experiment a little more with different seasonings as well. Again, good base recipe, but needs to be changed up a bit, IMO."
Aug 8, 2010 on Food.com
"This was REALLY yummy!! We made it with a baked ham, and the two complemented each other perfectly! I had a precooked ham that just had to be baked an hour, so I threw it in, then started making the potatoes. By the time I threw the potatoes in the oven with the ham, it had 28 minutes left, so both items got done at the exact same time! I left the..."
Aug 29, 2007 on Food.com
"This was definitely a favorite... I don't know how I made such a careless mistake, but I ended up using a 29 oz can of tomato sauce, instead of a 15 oz can, and it actually turned out really yummy. Next time I make it, I might follow the ingredients more accurately, but truthfully, using the bigger can of tomato sauce was a really simple, inexpens..."
May 9, 2007 on Food.com