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"I've had this one waiting in the wings to try and finally did it. Now I'm kicking myself for not having used it before. I used sugar-free jello and pudding and lite cool whip for the diabetics in my house. They loved it and they especially liked the idea of changing the flavors occassionally. Thanks for this keeper!"
"This is what I call a "good bones" recipe. It allows you to be as creative as you want to be and yet stands alone. I simmered my chicken soy sauce and water and then added a package of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing mix into the sour cream and soup mixture. Rave Reviews! Thanks"
"Troop Angel, thanks so much for this one. My roommates loved it. Since two of my roommates are diabetic, I used sugar free pudding mix, no fat Cool Whip and pineapple in its own juice. This allowed them to indulge and didn't overwhelm their diet plans for the day. This is a keeper!"
"So simple and sooooo good. This is the best vegetable soup I've had in years. Definitely something to keep on hand for those days when your too tired to cook."
"I don't know how I got to this age and had never cooked a brisket before, not counting corned beef, of course. This smelled sooo good and the flavor was wonderful. This huge brisket's leftovers are going to be beef subs tomorrow with lots of sauce. Yummmers!"
"Dot, this recipe just "ROCKS!"Thanks so much for posting it. Our little, in the middle of nowhere town, didn't have current jelly so I improvised with Red Cherry Jelly. Awesome!"
"I'm giving this 5 stars not for being the best peanut brittle, but for being a different kind of peanut butter candy. It was fabulous. I made a double batch, followed directions to the \"
"This was incredibly rich and moist with super flavor. My 6 year old granddaughter and I through it together tonight so it really is easy. We skipped the glaze and just dusted it with powdered sugar and it was superb. A keeper!"
"These were great! The entire family wolfed them down. I did have to cook them quite a bit longer but that was because they were sharing the oven with another pot and were on the top shelf. They got a nice golden color and the parmesan added just the right touch of flavor. Thanks, Audrey."