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"It's was the New Year!!! Panic! I had no idea how to fix black eye peas so that our family would have good luck this year. I found this recipe; I liked and had most of the ingredients. My daughter scampered and found a mixture of macaroni, fresh presoaked black eye peas, green chilie instead of green peppers, and lots of diced bacon. I also use..."
Jan 11, 2012 on Food.com
"This is a wonderful recipe,simple and yummy!!! Just what you need when you're trying to satisfy grumpy teens who are groggy from a sleepover. Everyone loves warm apples and sweet bread--even those who usually don't like eggs, like this dish. I did double the apple filling, add another egg, and poured a tad more milk and vanilla (guess I let the..."
Mar 10, 2010 on Food.com
"Wholesome, wholesome, wholesome goodness!!! My kids loved this for breakfast, and I felt good about serving it. I loved the fact that it was easy and fast, qualities required on a tight school schedule. I used an apple-peeler-corer to speed the process and halved the amount of apples used, since there is only three of us. I did use 2T of pure mapl..."
Sep 18, 2008 on Food.com
"I've made this recipe several times, and each time it's been a hit. I use fresh picked peaches from Fredericksburg, Texas--lots of them. I always double the recipe, and follow to the letter each instruction. My best compliments are from people who do not like peach cobbler, especially when they're serving themselves seconds. Great recipe!!! T..."
Sep 17, 2008 on Food.com
"Just perfect!! and Yummy!! My kids think I'm the best mommy in the world--I live for that!!!!!!!! Thank you for this wonderful morning treat. I followed the directions, except had to use regular chocolate chips. The waffles were so fluffy that regular chips worked perfectly. However, I could not fit 1/2 c. of batter in the iron--I tried thou..."
Mar 20, 2006 on Food.com
"Thank you so much for posting this simple receipe. My mom spoiled me and never made me help in the kitchen, thus I know nothing about cooking. Now with a family of my own, and my mom passed away, helpful hints are really appreciated. Thanks again, Clueless in the Kitchen"
Aug 12, 2005 on Food.com
"My family loves this recipe!!! I've made this twice already: the first time I followed the directions, and yum; the second time, I used heavy whipping cream instead of milk--we won't mention the calories--The batter was so thick, I had to add water, which was fine, more batter, more waffles. We will make this again and again and again.......e..."
Jun 29, 2005 on Food.com
"My family loved this!!!!! I have to admit after reading all the changes in the reviews, I was not sure about this recipe; however, I needed a crockpot dinner and was tired of beef and chicken, so I gave it a try with changes of my own. I did not brown the chops and instead of using chicken broth, I used Lipton's Savory Herb with Garlic soup mix...."
Apr 17, 2005 on Food.com
"Wow what a fast and yummy meal!!!!! I used shredded already cooked chicken from Schwan's. I'll stock up on frozen onions, and it will even be faster!! I am going to fix this when we have after school activities that take us away from our evening routine. Fast and healthy..... "
Apr 12, 2005 on Food.com
"Family says, "This is a keeper!" and "MMMMmmm".I halved the recipe because I lacked the bananas. I learned that one banana equals 1/2 cup and that half this recipe makes one loaf.I also substituted Splenda for the sugar--no one noticed. What an educational experience!"
Apr 10, 2005 on Food.com