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"I have made these several times now and cant believe I have not reviewed them yet! They are AWESOME. The cookie part melts in your mouth and the chocolate and marshmallow go with them perfectly. It is a process to make them and they definitely need to be stored in the fridge or they are crazy messy. But who minds a little mess when you are stuffin..."
Dec 4, 2010 on Food.com
"My family loves this recipe. It is super easy and the left-overs are even better! I do add some Cheyenne pepper, garlic powder, and cumin just to add a little more flavor. I always shred it into chuncks and have it over rice the first night while the sauce is thinner, then for left overs we scoop it with tortilla chips like a dip. DELISH!"
Jan 19, 2010 on Food.com
"I have had this recipe for a while and it is SO yummy! To make it even easier you can skip the Sauteing and just throw everything except the cheese and milk in a crock pot for 3-4 hours on High. I also throw in a can of black bean, 3/4 cup corn and I shred the chicken instead (personal preferance. Then add cheese and milk and heat through. MMMMM!..."
Nov 20, 2009 on Food.com
"OH YUM!!! I Have my second sheet in the oven right now and the first is almost gone! The texture right out of the oven is heavenly. These are seriously FANTASTIC! Just enough peanut butter taste without being overwhelming. I also got closer to about 50 cookies."
Nov 6, 2009 on Food.com
"This has been one of my favorite recipes since I was a kid. My mom made it every holiday and now I do the same... and so do my in laws. There are only two differences in the way I make it... First is that I use raspberry jello (but I still use frozen strawberries cut in half and Second is that I use boiling pineapple juice instead of the water. T..."
Feb 28, 2008 on Food.com