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"I love these! I have made them a couple of times. I shred all of my veggies for it in my food processor. I also freeze the extra individual patties on wax paper to have a quick meal another time as my kids unfortunately do not love them."
"I make these very often for potlucks and family dinners, they are so delicious and very simple! Dh has to make them for work potlucks too. I always bake my potatos in the oven and cut them into 1" chunks instead of slicing. If I double the recipe I use 1 can of cream of chicken and 1 can of cream of mushroom. I like to skip the onions and add a ..."
"We love this, I make it often! I double the amount of cornstarch because otherwise the sauce doesn't thicken up as much as I like. I also use 1/2 low sodium soy sauce and 1/2 regular soy sauce to cut down on the salt. I love ginger so I add a ot more and cut it into large strips and cook it with the meat . Sometimes I add carrots to it as well."
"Amazing! I substituted Raspberry Extract for the liquer as I am giving them as gifts and some of the people on my list are devout non drinkers and I feel better about my kids eating them as well! Also it is much more economical for me to buy a small bottle of extract over a bottle of liquer that I most likely would never use.
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"These were so yummy! I made these for my daughter's 1st birthday party and topped them with a strawberry cream cheese frosting I improvised. Next time I might try substituting half of the butter for cream cheese in this frosting recipe for just a bit of an over the top taste! I used thawed frozen strawberries instead of fresh since they are out o..."
"Wow this cake is delicious!! We just used the cake part and not the frosting as my the box cake my husband made tasted awful and had all the ingredients for this cake on hand. What a lifesaver and well worth the extra work it took over a box!"
"My 10 month old daughter loved these! She tends to not like most things with meat. I made them into a fishstick shape and cooked them for about 30 minutes and they were done. I froze them and now I can reheat one or two for dinner or a snack. I plan on trying this with different combinations, like ground chicken and ground beef and other veggies."
"Amazing! It needed to cook longer then stated in the recipe, but the taste was fabulous! My husband said it was the best pie he's ever eaten, sorry Grandma D!"