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"I made this recipe for my daughter's pumpkin party (Halloween) so adults could have a nice dessert. This was easy to fix ahead of time - then I turned off the crockpot so the bread pudding would be just slightly warm at serving time(one hour before). I thought it was delicious and it received lots of compliments. The next time I think I'll add a p..."
"I made this tonight and it was very tasty and moist! The marinade seals in the juices and keeps the tuna from drying out. Make the marinade in a large ziploc and place your tuna inside to marinate for easy clean-up. Delicious!"
"How do you improve upon perfection? You can't! All I can do is offer a tip to getting there easier. For the Ritz cracker crumbs -- 1 and 1/2 cups of crumbs is exactly one tube of Ritz crackers. Just squeeze the package with your hands and voila -- instant crumbs. Excellent dish! Thanks."
"This was excellent! I did sub the Pineapple juice for the water in the cake mix as recommended and I did use pecans and cherries. I used Pineapple chunks and I think it would be great with the "tidbits" also. I couldn't get enough of this! Thank you!!!"
"I made these for my xmas cookie exchange this year. The recipe is accurate for ingredients, batch size and cooking time. It is easy to double. I did add a touch of almond extract as I think you can never go wrong with a hint of almond extract. These were easy and delicious! A keeper. "
"This was terrific! I doubled the sauce ingredients and substituted ground red pepper (cayenne) since I didn't have the red pepper flakes (a great reason to now save those little pepper flake packets from the Pizza parlor!) and it was great! Served over rice. Even better the next day I think. Thanks!"
"Thanks for the recipe -- it is quite tasty and easy! One tip is to put the first four ingredients into a ziploc bag (quart or gallon) and shake the chicken to coat. This sure makes for easy clean-up! I will make this again."