"This tasted alot like Velveeta Shells and Cheese but better! I made up the night before (I sprayed the casserole dish with cooking spray) and baked in the oven for an hour. Perfect and simple. I did use half Velveeta and halve Sharp Cheddar cheese."
"I browned the ground beef and added the sauce the night before so the next day it could just be thrown in the slow cooker. I did you Mafalda (mini-lasagna noodles) since I find it hard to fit real lasagna noodles in a slow cooker. Some of the noodles stayed crispy around the edges but my family liked this mixed with the soft ones."
"Great chicken chili recipe! I used chili beans, which scared me slightly as I usually use white beans, but it tasted great. I always stir in sour cream and cheddar cheese in my bowl. Perfect when it's getting chilly outside."
"Delicious! The hardest part is preparing the apples. I didn't even peel them. I quartered and cored and them cooked them. I used a cone sieve with a wooden pestle to smooth out the sauce. The peels just stayed in the colandar so it worked perfectly with alot less work. I also made a whole big pot!"
"I prefer chicken chili over the tomato based chili and this one is definitely a keeper. You'll be surprised at how easy this is to make, too. Great recipe for those chilly Sunday afternoons watching football."
"Ooh, I loved these! I did refrigerate the dough for about an hour since it was a little too soft to handle. Then I used sugar to dip the fork into so it wouldn't stick so much to the dough. I will be making these again and again."
"Tasted great. Be sure to salt and pepper the egg mixture. I think I would have loved them with hashbrowns instead of the tator tots since I think they have a frozen flavor you can't quite get rid of."
"All my favorites...pasta and tacos. I loved this! A little bit of a hassle to fill the shells, but worth it. I wonder if it would work just with lasagna noodles then there would be no stuffing...I might have to try that!"
"I thought the taco seasoning would be too much but it was perfect. The mayo creates a tasty coating around the chicken. I used chicken thighs since my family likes these best. I will make these again!"
"I love cooked carrots, but I usually add brown sugar for candied carrots. I think I like it without even better...it caramelized all on its own. Use parchment paper to line your baking sheet for easy cleanup."
"These are good chocolate chip cookies. I would use the 3 cups flour next time as they were a little flatter than we like them. And we only baked each batch for 8 minutes so I think the time is a little off. Thanks for the recipe, Helen!"
"I have never had PF Chang's lettuce wraps but these were amazing. The water chesnuts added the crunch with the lettuce and the sauce was absolutely delicious. Definitely need to double or triple this recipe! Bibb lettuce works great for lettuce wraps."
"One of my favorite breakfasts. I prefer the egg beside the toast instead of on top. Then I simply dip the toast in the yolk. That way the toast doesn't get soggy. I don't normally use vinegar either, but did this time and it keeps the whites of the egg from separating so much."
"I made this recipe when I was having company over and didn't have alot of time to fuss. So I made this a day ahead and put it in the oven when I got home from work. Served it with garlic bread and a salad for a delicious meal. Everyone raved about the manicotti."
"We made this on Christmas night and it was the perfect ending to our holiday. The caramel adds just the right touch to the chocolate. I used a double boiler to melt everything. Bananas were my favorite!"
"I was a little nervous in the beginning since it seemed a little bland, but after the simmering, the flavors really did blend together and it was so tasty! My family said they preferred it over my normal beef chili!"
"There's an art to getting these to be perfect round in the pizzelle iron that I haven't quite figured out yet. But they taste the same, perfect or not. Everyone still requests me to bring these cookies."
"Cut-outs were requested again this year! I tried this recipe out and they were really good, soft and chewy. I refrigerated the dough overnight and it worked out nicely. I used the tip to roll them out with powdered sugar."
"I had some leftover chili from a football party and made these up the next night. I rubbed the potatoes with oil and s&p and baked in the oven at 375 degrees F for 45 minutes. No more leftover chili!"
"These are good even without the frosting! I was a bit scared of the 2 Tablespoons of cinnamon so I cut it in half, but I think it would have been even better had I used what the recipe said. I'm making these again since they were so easy and delicious."
"Great recipe that is so much better for you than it's boxed counterpart. I had to season it a little more, but that could just be our taste. We served it with chicken and there wasn't a morsel leftover."
"Just like banana bread, but preferable since its thinner. Great to bring to a gathering if you want to share as it makes a whole big pan. I only frosted half as I have a kids who doesn't like frosting and the unfrosted ones were good too."
"Wow! Made this for my birthday and it was purely heaven. I took the cakes out when there was about a nickel sized circle in the middle where the batter wasn't quite set. Warm cake, vanilla bean ice cream...Happy Birthday to Me!"
"My favorite egg bake! My only issue is the tiny bits of mushroom since my kids aren't mushroom fans. Even though they love the egg bake, seeing the mushrooms gives them something to complain about :) It wouldn't be the same without the cream of mushroom soup, though."
"Great soup for a cold winter night or when you aren't feeling the best. I used Reames egg noodles. These frozen noodles keep their bite without getting mushy, not to mention without all the work of homemade."