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"This was awesome! I had a bunch of apples that I had just picked, so they were sweet - I cut back on the white sugar by about 2-3 T total and it was still great. I also skipped drizzling the apples themselves in butter to save some cals. I only used three apples because the ones I had were huge. Fabulous. Thanks for the recipe!!!"
Oct 28, 2012 on Food.com
"These are just great! We fought over who got the last of these for dinner last night. I agree with others that there's a bit too much oil on them, but I didn't have the problem with them taking too long to cook because I made sure they were sliced thin. I sprinkled some red pepper flakes on one half and the bf really enjoyed the extra heat. De..."
Mar 23, 2011 on Food.com
"These were great! I used honey dijon dressing instead of the mustard and I halved the sprouts. In the microwave, I forgot to cover them, so they didn't need to be drained, but they still turned out great. This is definitely a repeater. Thanks!"
Mar 22, 2011 on Food.com
"This recipe has made me famous among my friends. I use a can of peas instead of veg-all and I reduce the amount of noodles, but it's delicious! Be careful about the cheddar you use. Try to use a less oily cheese - my boyfriend took over cooking duties and used Cracker Barrel cheese and we, um, didn't feel so well later on! I also sprinkle ligh..."
Sep 14, 2010 on Food.com
"These are amazing. Everytime I've made them, people request for me to make more. I made them at a work function and my boss sent an email to the department demanding the recipe, not knowing I had made them. They are delish.Thanks for posting!"
Mar 27, 2009 on Food.com
"I made this with 1/2 c of butter and still felt that it could have been less, because the grease pooled on the top for me. I really liked the flavor and will make it again. I will probably use 1/4 c of butter and will cook the hash browns before I mix it together. I had frozen hash browns and the moisture made it a little bit mushier. I have n..."
May 19, 2008 on Food.com
"I really liked this. Much better than a plain tuna melt. I thought that 1T was a bit too much mustard for my tastebuds and I also had trouble reheating the leftovers, as microwaving made the croissants soggy. I also bought two tubes of dough per other reviewers and had plenty of filling to go around. Thanks! I'll definitely make this again."
Mar 4, 2008 on Food.com
"I've made this recipe three Christmas seasons in a row in three different microwaves. I always have to tinker with the times a bit to get it cooked just right (if too short it is gummy, if too long it is burnt, but once I figure it out it is outstanding. It doesn't hurt your teeth and the flavor is awesome, plus it's supereasy. Love it!"
Dec 9, 2007 on Food.com
"I found this on a Hellman's jar and gave it a try. I really liked the parmesan and breadcrumb flavoring, though I had a larger chicken breast, so I had bites with no flavoring. I'd recommend flattening it out a bit before adding the mayo/parmesan mixture. This is a keeper!"
Aug 11, 2007 on Food.com
"Hmm, I may have messed this up a bit. How, you make ask, can one mess up mixing? Well, it looked thoroughly mixed, but then when I put it in the shell and cooled it the cream cheese separated from the cool whip so that there were big chunks of cream cheese when I bit into it, which was gross. I am going to try this one again, and if it comes ou..."
Aug 11, 2007 on Food.com