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"This drink has a pretty pink grapefruit color and good blend of cranberry, pineapple, and orange flavors. The Triple Sec is a nice touch that masks the alcohol so that the drink doesn't taste as strong as it actually is. Adding Sprite or 7up makes this a refreshing spritzer. I enjoyed it!"
"This simple recipe is very easy on the pocketbook! I used 4 ounces of jumbo shells (13-15 shells) instead of manicotti. Then I individually quick froze the filled shells and put them into a freezer bag to be used later in a quick-to-assemble dish. Thanks!"
"A lovely homemade dessert that really pleased my family! With this recipe you don't have to stick with six servings, but can make one large or several small shortcakes. I baked the individual shortcakes on a pizza stone at 375 degrees for 18-22 minutes. Bake time was determined by size of the shortcake mounds. Thank you!"
"Such wonderful lemony flavor and so easy to make! I loved how this luscious pie formed separate custard and cake layers as it baked. There's a lot of filling, so be sure and use a deep dish shell. It's also a good idea to cover the pie with foil for part of the baking time. Thanks for posting!"
"Who needs store bought mix when it's so easy to make these tasty pancakes!! They were not thin but puffed up nicely during cooking. A third-batch made nine light and fluffy pancakes which three of us enjoyed. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"I love the blend of cranberry, coconut, and lime with a little fizz in this very refreshing summertime drink! It has a pretty raspberry color and is not overly sweet, but just right for me. Thanks for posting a new favorite!!"
"Tastes smooth, delicious, and very peachy as written! I tried reducing the schnapps to one ounce and thought it improved the overall balance of fruity flavors in this great summertime punch. Thanks!"