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"Brownies that don't get hard overnight! Doubled and made in a 9X13 pan. Had to cook for 40-45 minutes in the bigger pan or possibly also due to high altitude. Only other change was using peanut butter chips for the extra added chips because that's all I had left on hand."
"Used a orange pepper for color and green onion as onion was too strong. Did not add lettuce. Everyone at the 2 parties I went to liked it but there was still a lot left over. DH didn't care for the overall texture, he likes dips that are more blended but I didn't count him in when writing this."
"I found this recipe on Pinterest. A 90 oz bottle works great for a single batch. I use a 15 oz bottle of cheap conditioner (like VO5). My batch of 90 oz comes out at $1.25"
"Made several times, always gets good reviews from others. I use heavy whipping cream to make homemade whipped cream instead of chemical filled cool whip, worth the extra 5 minutes of work (well, the kitchen aid does it for me :)"
"My husband dislikes horseradish and he enjoyed this sauce. Served with cod cakes. Halved the recipe, using 1 Tbsp horseradish, but still had extra. Will cut it in fourths to make enough for only a meal."
"This recipe did not work for high altitude. They were dense. I added the flour very slowly, thinking it was the right amount but it ended up being likely 1 to 1 1/2 cups too much. Perhaps letting it rise not in the refrigerator but the counter at first would have helped too."
"The serving size was far off for our house. 1/4 cup of the mixture was enough for each person. We added cooked sausage and cheddar cheese before frying the pancake and topped it with a egg-over medium."
"Was trying to use up some pop tarts which honestly I don't care for any way so this review is actually from my husband who said it tasted like a poor man's dessert. He didn't like how the pop tarts were soggy and the overall texture was comparable to cafeteria food. Sorry for the poor review, I'm sure it would be a hit with p..."
"I found a very similar recipe in "The Ultimate Smoothie Book". The recipe was 3/4 c orange or pineapple juice, 1-in chunk gingerroot. 1 mango, 1 banana, and 6 icecubes. We juiced 2 oranges and the gingerroot and froze those into icecubes the night before. It tasted like something from jamba juice or orange julius. Healthy and refreshing! Our ..."