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"I just made these for my daughter, alongside a box of the Betty Crocker Hershey's deluxe brownie mix.I prefer these to Betty's! These are great, Laurie!"
"Really tasty! I would say they are too sweet and would cut the sugars by 1/4 cup each, but otherwise, completely delicious and not worth docking stars for. I used a combo of white rice, sorghum and potato starch flour, used the non-hydrogenated vegetable shortening and GFCF chocolate chips because by daughter is autistic, and we loved them!"
"This ended up being the same proportions as my favorite refrigerator recipe so I had to use it. The pickles were fantastic! My 3 little girls and I ate the whole jar in about 20 mintues. I happily have 13 more where that came from. Thanks Deb!"
"Amazing! I reduced the sugars by 1/4 cup each and used no-sugar added peanut butter (Adams) with no impact to the greatness of the final outcome. I loved the idea of using parchment paper on the cookie sheets, too. Great!"
"This recipe didn't turn out like the butter chicken I've had at the Indian buffets (probably not enough heavy cream but, whatever...) , but it was absolutely spectacular nonetheless. I used my own chicken I raised from an egg - not a store-bought factory chicken. The sauce was so good it needs to be made for all sorts of meats: pork, turkey, fish,..."
"Cheap. Easy. Perfect. 80 loads costs about $1.50. 80 load store-bought laundry detergent. About $10. Now I have $8.50 to spend on ingredients for recipe #268534."
"This is comparable to beef stew, just with polish sausage instead. If your potatoes aren't that big, cut back on the water, or else your final mixture will be very soupy. Really delicious and simple."
"Perfect in every way. I didn't even use heavy cream. I used some half-and-half along with some buttermilk and omitted the cheese altogether."
"Added about 1 tsp of fresh dill (because I have some), made some homemade mayonanaise (because we have chickens/eggs) and shook everything up in a Mason jar/lid, and this was fantastic. Also this does not need MSG. Sorry grocery store, no more money for your ranch dressing in your plastic environment-destroying plastic. Too bad, so sad."