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"I was looking for something a bit diffferent to use up some Zucchini. Lo and behold, I found this wonderful and healthy casserole. Followed the directions to a T, but used an au gratin dish so there was only one set of layers. I put in a lot of cracked black pepper/garlic mix and parmesan cheese. What a tasty dish! Quick and easy to make and ..."
"This is one of my favourite staple appetizer recipes. I grew up with this (and those OLD Best of Bridge Cookbooks - lol) and whenever I make it, people want the recipe and devour it. I suggest making it ahead for flavours to blend, but take it out a few hours before serving so the cream cheese mixture can soften. Makes it easier to scoop cracke..."
"These were tasty. I didn't have chive cream cheese, so I just used plain cream cheese and added chopped green onions... Lots of them after softening the cream cheese in the microwave to make easy to spread. I used white bread, cut the crusts off each slice, spread the cream cheese on entire piece of bread, rolled up, then took one piece of baco..."
"Sometimes simple is better. I prefer the simpler recipes of cream cheese and green onions. This was a bit too much. It tasted alright, but the blend was overpowering for bread and bacon. I normally like recipes like this, but for some reason, this didn't go over well with myself or my husband."
"I was skeptical, but they are surprisingly tasty. Next time, I will spread the mushroom soup more generously. Very quick, easy and they freeze well. I did not have to pre-cook the bacon. I just watched in the oven and adjusted the temp accordingly."
"These are fabulous! I have made another version before, but the tobasco adds just enough punch. I use 12 oz cream cheese because for us, the full package of good seasons is too salty. I put the cream cheese in the microwave for 10 seconds or so to soften and make easy to mix. I added a couple additional shakes of tobasco and let the mixture bl..."
"Looks and tastes elegant and gourmet without all the work that typically comes with such recipes. I also used pre-made phyllo shells. Made for a very easy alternative. Followed the recipe to a T. I made the mistake thinking green onions were a sub for shallots. They still turned out great. I served these as an app before Xmas dinner. I fro..."
"A nice divergence from the standard grape jelly and chili sauce meatballs! I didn't use 'lil smokies, just meatballs from Costco. Whipped up the sauce, adding extra horseradish for our tastes. Gives a nice kick. I was worried about the lemon juice, but it all worked really well. Thanks for a great recipe! This will be my go to meatball sauce..."
"These were tasty, quick and easy. I had them on my Xmas dinner menu, but thought I ran out of time. When our guests arrived, the guys were downstairs chatting and myself and teh gal went upstairs. Since the roast was still in the oven, I realized I had enough time to make it. I used the recipe as written and wish I could have let it sit for lo..."
"Tasty! Great combo of sweet with a tad of spicy - perfect combination. I have made another form of the bundles before and incorporated a slice of red pepper with each green bean bundle to give colour. I used 3/4 cup agave nectar in place of brown sugar to prevent my glucose from going through the roof and only a couple tablespoons of melted bu..."