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10
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Awesome Pizza Crust

I have tried many different crusts from the internet. This is the best so far. It is simple, easy to remember and pretty quick to whip-up. I made it exactly as written, except I made one large pizza. It was so good that I turned around and made another right afterwards.

My pizza was every bit of 16" and the crust came out to a medium thickness that took only 13 minutes to cook. My only toppings were cheese and pepperoni. Thanks for the Recipe.


10
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Favorite!

This is my favorite Papa Murphy's pizza which is a seasonal item on their menu. Thank you, Tammy for posting the recipe. I use Frank's Sweet Chili Sauce and make it weekly!


10
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Loved it!

I followed the recipe except I used Greek dressing. Loved it! Will make it often!


9
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Very flavorful

This salad not only looks great, but tastes great, too. It's fairly easy to prepare, and doesn't take long at all. It goes great with the stuffed pepper wedges on this website and rice. This is probably the best imitation recipe I've tried ever.


9
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Tastes great

These are not only pretty once they're done, but taste good, too. I was unable to broil them (our broiler has never worked), so had to bake them. But they did not suffer because of it. These are great and I definitely recommend them. They're very easy to prepare, so would make excellent last minute appetizers for a party, too.


9
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Solid go-to week night dinner.

Cooked as is with soy protein crumbles instead of meat. Tasted great. Would only change adding more sauce and only cooking pasta till aldente.


10
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Question on salt use

I realize that some salt must be used for this but since I really try to limit my salt intake would anyone like to share your thoughts on using less salt? Thanks


10
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Berry/Spinach Smoothie

I haven't tried this but I'm sure it's good. I just received kefir from a friend today and this recipe inspired me to try it in my traditional shake. Considering I've never used kefir and I used it full strength it was a little more tangy than I would have wished. Next time, I will use half milk half kefir. I thought some other health cautious people out there might enjoy it as well.
Berry/Spinach Smoothie
1 large handful fresh spinach
1 c. frozen blueberries
1 banana (I like to freeze mine to make it extra cold)
1 T flaw seeds
1 c. 100% berry blend juice that has no extra sugar (I use Ocean Spray's cranberry, blueberry, blackberry mix)
1/2 c. milk (This is where I used Kefir in the recipe-I'll use 1/4 c. kefir and 1/4 c. milk next time)
Blend all ingredients together. FYI since this has no preservatives the smoothie will turn brown if it sits overnight-it's best right away.


9
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Very nice!

I just made this with Light (not extra virgin) Olive oil and cold water, a few drops of yellow.... Just had it on toast! It's not as salty as I like my butter, and I learned from another reviewer not to add salt to the mixture, as it can cause water separation (which makes sense to me), so I'll just salt my food before adding the spread, problem solved! ^_^ Thank you very much for this recipe! I love the idea of adding water too, which cuts calories as well as saturated fats. =)


10
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So chewy!

I made these tonight using mini m&m's and they are fabulous! So moist and chewy. They will make a great snack for skating with friends tomorrow, very easy to bring along. I can't wait to try them with raisins! Another great recipe Tammy!


10
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Perfect for cheese lovers

I wasn't even able to use the amount of cheese that the recipe calls for (I only had 6 ounces on hand) and this was VERY cheesy, which is always a major selling point for me. My fresh tomatoes went bad, so I had to use canned tomatoes - but that didn't take away from the recipe at all. It still turned out great. The sauce adds a lot more to the flavor than one would think it would. I will be making this again and I'm sure it will be a family favorite.


8
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So simple and delicious!

I have wanted to make pretzels for years and years but just never had a "reason" to do so. Finally, this weekend, I just did it, along with a batch of bagels. I have two bread makers, and got a batch of each going. While the bagels were resting after being divided into balls, we stretched out the pretzels, shaped, boiled, and baked them. I did notice that the texture wasn't quite the same as the bagels, perhaps because they weren't boiled as long, I don't know. I would like to experiment next time with boiling longer to see if it gets that familiar taste of the rare treats of mall pretzels, or wherever. :-) SO am going to make these again - thanks for the simple, quick recipe.


10
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AMAZING!

These are amazing! Perfect for just snacking or a quick gift. So simple to make, I can't wait to try them on a salad.


10
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Perfect!

I am not a big fan of anything spicy, but the picture of these looked so good and I have loved every recipe I have tried from here, so I decided to try them. I removed all the seeds and membrane as directed above. They are wonderful! I have been looking for something different to serve as an easy appetizer for movie night - this is it. Great pepper and cheese flavor without the spice. My husband said they were delicious and went back for another plateful.


10
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Delicious

I used this recipe to cook cod minus the salad. Very delicious and a lot easier than frying. I plan to cook this again and add the salad next time.


10
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Fantastic!

Fresh salmon was on sale this week at a stock up price. I usually grill salmon but today we are in the middle of an ice storm, so I decided to try this recipe. It is fantastic and so very easy. Every recipe I have tried from this site has been fabulous! Thank you!


8
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Not Bad

This was a bit of a pain to make. I only have two burners, but had to use three different pans (one for the sauce, one for the noodles, and one for the meat/vegetable mix) - not to mention I needed to use a pan for the peas I made with it. It was relatively easy to make, but took quite a bit longer to prepare than I expected. It tasted pretty good. I, personally, think the apple juice does give it a bit of flavor (maybe it's just the brand I used, though). I had to omit the milk because it turns out someone put the milk ALL the way in the back of the fridge... and froze it. So, it probably wasn't as creamy as it would have been otherwise. Still, I did enjoy it and probably will make it again. Who would have thought that a pasta made with cream cheese would be so good? Also, thought I would add that this recipe doesn't seem to make for much sauce. It was enough for two people when I prepared it, with just a little left over. I would probably use more cream cheese to stretch the sauce out a bit.

EDIT: Pretty sure it was just the brand of apple juice. I couldn't taste it the second time I made it. Likewise, I actually had milk on hand - so it turned out better. I'm switching my review from a 7/10 to an 8/10.


10
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Yummy!

This popcorn is great!!


10
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Incredible

This was my first time using whole wheat flour in anything and I absolutely LOVED these. DELICIOUS. I began cooking both sheets at the same time but the lower started to burn so I had to take it out and bake individually. My husband was so-so on them and my daughters liked them with butter spread on top. But for me they are a 10!


10
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Whipped Butter

Hi, can you use vegetable oil to make this whipped butter?