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"VERY BASIC, EASY yellow cake recipe. I doubled the measurements and used half butter/half shortening and half milk/half creamer. I also added extra vanilla. The batter is not promising (doesn't taste like other cake batters I've made but it makes a great set of even cupcakes. With this batter, the frosting will really stand out and no matter ..."
Apr 30, 2009 on Food.com
"I keep coming back to this recipe, although cobbler is not a difficult dessert, getting the right ratios are what makes or breaks a comforting staple.I used natural peaches the first time, I needed the full amount of sugar. The next time I used cheapo Aldi peaches and they were so sweet, I cut the sugar in half. I guess it depends on your peac..."
Mar 19, 2009 on Food.com
"I am a student, because of habit, I used all off brand ingredients from Wal Mart and everything turned out fine. The fondant was smooth and so easy to work with. This is better than the stuff in the box and MUCH cheaper. I made only half (8 oz of marshmallows, 1 lb of powder sugar . YUM."
Dec 17, 2008 on Food.com
"I made red velvet cupcakes from this recipe for a birthday party and everyone LOVED them! I made three different flavors and the red velvet was gone before chocolate, carrot and vanilla! I followed the directions and they came out perfect. I did add a little more food coloring to the second batch because I wanted a deeper red,it worked. They we..."
Dec 15, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a very basic chili recipe. There is nothing tricky or time consuming about the chili. FOOL PROOF. Now, If you're from Texas and like lots of spice, you may want to add more chili. I served it to friends with beer bread. Thank you for sharing."
Oct 3, 2008 on Food.com
"This makes a GREAT beer bread. The butter adds a bit of crunch to the crust and the texture makes it perfect for hearty meals! Our loaf didn't last very long at all!"
Sep 16, 2008 on Food.com