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"Very good! I did find that I needed closer to 5 cups of apples before blanching to fill a quart jar, tho. No matter, still great! My method for the filling part was to combine all dry ingredients (sugar, clear jel, spices) in a separate bowl, whisked well. I added all liquids to the pan, then whisked in the dry, stirring until well blended. I did ..."
"Great recipe! So easy, too! I will use less flour less time in the alfredo, but otherwise perfect.And, because the sauce just wasn't over-the-top rich enough, I sauteed some mushrooms to add to it.
Served over whole wheat pasta and with broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. Wonderful meal, and again, so easy! Lots of bang for the buck with this ..."
"This was so delicious and easy! I only needed to cook two pork chops, but I made the full recipe for the sauce and BOY am I glad I did! YUMMY, THANKS!!"
"This was so YUMMY! I served it with basmati rice and it was a hit! However, I think the serving size is closer to 10 servings than 4. I'll be having this for lunch all week!"
"This definitely passed the pregnant woman's "OMG YUM!!!" test!!! This is THE best coconut cake I have EVER had! Delicious! Thanks for sharing!"
"Very good! I think for my family (I have a self-feeding toddler) I will cut the vegetables into more traditional cubes. We loved this! Also, I think this is more suitable for 8 servings than four.And, as I am often want to do, I added 1 t of dried thyme.Way YUMMY!"
"Ok, here's the deal. We southern folks know this recipe by heart.For one pound of sausage, you really have to use only 1 1/2 c bisquick.OR double the cheese and sausage quantities.;) Hope that helps someone!"
"Perfect! To figure out the number of servings at 6T per serving, it's important to know that there are 16 T in a cup. So 5 c of dry milk is 80T, 3/4c sugar is 12T and 3/4c cocoa is 12T. Add 80 + 12 + 12= 104T. Since each serving is 6T, divide 104 by 6, to get a total of 17 servings (17.33)This knowledge is useful not only for figuring out serving..."
"absolute yum! We have these for breakfast a lot and even with only 4 people, we never have any left!I hardly ever use canned oranges...I just use the fresh ones from which I have stolen the zest!Thanks for a great recipe!"