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"I made this last weekend for a brunch - not a bite left over. I only put pecans on 1/2 and did no syrup or powdered sugar on the top after - and it was more than sweet enough. I did spray my pan with Pam just to make sure nothing stuck (and it didn't).
putting brown sugar on the bottom is brilliant - I will do that next time. This is..."
"Probably more like 4.5 stars!
I forgot the cream cheese (and it was great).
I only had about 3/4 of one package of ranch dressing mix (and it was still great).
I threw 6 FROZEN breasts in and put it on low for about 10 hours while I was at work. Great flavor. Served over egg noodles. Too easy and too good not to make ..."
"I made this last night - HUGE hit. I used cream of chicken - but may try the cream of potato next time. I put it in a 9x13 pan and just used the crust over the top. One of the easiest recipes ever - and so good that there were NO leftovers!"
"I used the "big"/flayer biscuits (only put in like 6) - and they were too big. I think it would be better with a flatter or normal biscuit.
I added a little salt, pepper and poultry seasoning to the sauce. Smelled delicious cooking. Taste was great - got mixed reviews.
I think that next time - I will cook it as the recipe call..."
"Made this for a church lunch. So good. For the 2nd half of the batter, I dropped it by teaspoons on top of the rolos (uneven top). Looked great. Tasted even better."
"I doubled this. Used about 36 ounces of tomato sauce - plain. So it was only macaroni, beef, tomato sauce and cheese (used a mix of cheddar and italian - emptied out a few open bags in the fridge). Cooked in a big lasagna pan. Yum. Easy. Can't beat it."
"Mine was a bit... Dense? I think if I make it again, I will use a bigger pan so that is flatter. Make sure not to UNDERcook - mine was just a tad not done in the middle"