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"This is a great recipe. I don't usually change anything about it, and I've made it at least a dozen times. The sauce never needs to be thickened, it usually stays on the breast just fine. My kids eat this without any problems, and that's a big deal."
"Made with cherries with stems, very easy when you have something to hold onto. Because the fondant wrapping part takes so long, I set up trays and watched a movie while I wrapped. It kept it from getting boring, especially when I'm the only one doing it.
For the chocolate dip, I melted milk chocolate chips, carefully and slowly in ..."
"We've used this recipe a couple times, and I really like it. I have to add extra milk, just to make it thinner, personal preference. I also found it was easier for my girls to ice cookies with large Popsicle sticks, the crafting kind. It dries beautifully, stays shiny and taste very good."
"The entire family LOVES this pie. I only use Honeycrisp apples, I like their texture and flavor with the seasonings in the recipe. I don't use the Carmel or pecans on the top, since we prefer simple Apple pie. I have to work on the crust, and times...just for my own preferences.
"I made this last year, after searching for no-pectin recipes. It turned out so well, for my very first time, and I was quite proud of myself. It tasted really good, and my kids actually wanted to eat it. I gave some to my in-laws, and my father-in-law used it on everything, toast, cottage cheese, English muffins and ice cream. I'm waiting for..."
"This was one of the better recipes i've gotten in a while. I made it a one pot meal. The only thing I changed was to use a nice Pinot Grigio instead of sherry. I started the rice cooker first, and doubled the sauce for my bone-in split chicken breast. Then when the chicken was done and removed, I put the sauce to a fast boil, and added a bag ..."
I put all of the stuff in bowls, and let my girls mix it up. Then I add boiling water and help mix it the rest of the way. We made four batches in like 20 minutes. Also stores very well in baggies.
"We loved this. Thanks for a great recipe.
I wanted to add, we don't like Miracle Whip, so we use Mayo with great results."
"Very easy. Not the best BBQ sandwich, but easy is what makes it fantastic. I don't have to wander the kitchen at 5 wondering what i'm going to make for dinner. And both my girls ate them up. Leftovers froze just fine. Thawed a week or so later and had another easy dinner.