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"Made these today to take in to my husband's office. They were very tasty! A soft and chewy cookie. I made a half recipe and used mini m&m's for some fun colour. I made the cookies small (about 2" across when baked and I got 2 and a half dozen from the half batch. I baked them for 9 minutes and they were a deep golden colour. I also replaced..."
May 3, 2012 on Food.com
"Just made these with my 3 year old "helper" : and they make the house smell so great! This seems to be a very nice and adaptable recipe, since many people have enjoyed them as posted, and I made a number of personal adjustments, and found them to be very nice and yummy! I can't wait to let the kids try them! For those who may be interested, I ..."
Mar 23, 2012 on Food.com
"I really enjoyed this recipe tonight, although I did make some slight substitutions based on what I had. Since other reviewers had seemed successful switching out the beer, I decided to try too. I used chicken broth, but since the volume was a little less than the beer bottles, I added some white wine to top it up. Also, I only had white onion...."
Aug 5, 2011 on Food.com
"I was very pleasantly surprised by this stir-fry. The salad dressing sounded odd & the simple ingredients seemed bland, but the reviews were good & I needed something quick without any added sugar. This turned out great & the whole family ate it (kids aged 19 months - 6 years!Thanks!"
Jun 2, 2010 on Food.com
"I just made this to go with our dinner tonight. It was really tasty & quite simple. Of course, I too used frozen mixed veggies & cooked potatoes. I skipped the cream, since the amount of sauce looked plentiful enough & a really nice consistency already. I'm looking forward to using all fresh veggies next time, since that's always better. I've..."
Jan 14, 2010 on Food.com
"I just made this for Sunday lunch with my parents-in-law & everyone loved it (except my 4 year old who decided to be picky today : I didn't make it exactly as written though... I made a full dressing recipe & onion & apple, but not quite 1/2 the spinach. Plus I used pre-cooked (Hormel bacon bits (maybe 1/3 cup & 3 chicken breast halves chop..."
Jul 6, 2008 on Food.com
"I used this recipe to season the sweet potato that I had chopped into chunks. It smelled great while baking & tasted very good too. Since my cut of potato was thicker, I adjusted the cooking time to about 30 min at 400. Thank you!"
Jan 10, 2007 on Food.com
"I've made this for dinner a couple of times now & we've all really enjoyed it. I've found the recipe to be really forgiving too, since I've never had a full 2 cups (16 oz of sour cream on hand to use, & the first time I mistakenly opened cream of chicken soup instead. It all worked out great. My favourite part is that the meat goes in frozen! ..."
Apr 7, 2006 on Food.com
"This was a wonderfully quick & tasty chowder. My husband really enjoys chowders, but he likes them chalked full, so I doubled the ham & the potatoes, while leaving the other ingredients the same. We really enjoyed this. I did make some minor changes, similar to the ones others have made. I decided to try cream of asparagus soup instead. I also ..."
Oct 4, 2005 on Food.com
"Yum, yum, yum! I needed this recipe in a pinch for a dessert dish that called for 1 jar of Kraft caramel sauce. I used about 1/2 the recipe to complete my dessert, as this recipe makes quite a bit. Even though I had to alter the proportions a bit to accomodate the fact that I ran out of butter, the sauce still came out delicious! I've already ..."
Sep 16, 2005 on Food.com