This is an awesome recipe. I omitted the cinnamon and added a half pack of taco seasoning. It came out great. Definitely a keeper.
This is an AWESOME recipe. I took the advice of some others, and added and extra can each of broth and tomatoes, and a half cup of small pasta. It was sooo good that my husband asked me not to even add the spinach. Definitely a keeper. Really does taste alot like my favorite Olive Garden soup. Thanks!
My husband absolutely loved this recipe. The chops were so tender. I put them back into the gravey for 10 more minutes after thickening it on the stove top. Gave them a nice color. Used cooking sherry that I found in the supermarket. Was very good, but I thought 1 cup was a litte too much of an alcohol taste...but as I say, hubby loved it. It's a keeper!
This was really good, but I wanted more flavor so I added some sweet Italian sausage. I took it out of the casing, crumbled and cooked it and added it to the soup to simmer. It was great. This is a great soup to have on a cold winter's night.
I use melted Merckens chocolate discs, not chips and vegetable oil (the best tasting chocolate for these in my book are the Mercken's discs). Also, I noted that you should refrigerate for a short while so the candies are easier to roll and dip. These steps might help make these a favorite for you.
Didn't really care for these. The brownies were very hard after they cooled. People said they were just 'okay'...probably won't make these again.
This was very, very good. My first time making homemade and I was very pleased. I only used 3/4 cup sugar instead of a full cup based on other's reviews. It was perfect. And the sauce was soooo good. Definitely will make this again and again. Thanks for a great recipe.
This was really good and super easy. I ended up using the 12 oz. cool whip and it was still great. Will try another user's suggestion for homemade chocolate topping next time. Thanks for a great recipe.
This soup was awesome. I was looking for a good, 'regular' beef vegetable soup that used normal ingredients. This was exactly what I was looking for. The only changes I made were that I used a 46 oz. bottle of V8, 2 cans of beef broth, 2 16 oz. bags of frozen veggies, a package of onion soup mix and instead of the spices noted, I put a little oil in bottom of pot put the stew meat in the pot and sprinkled them with pot herb (a dried herb mixture found in spice stores and supermarkets made for soups and stews). When the meat browned, I added all of the other ingredients and some basil and black pepper and simmered for several hours. Served w/rye bread and butter for dipping. DELICIOUS! Will make again and again! Thanks for a great recipe.
This was good in that you dump everything in the slow cooker and let it do the work for you. Was good, but seemed like it needed more of a boost in flavor. Will play around with other spices next time I make it. Great meal for a busy work day.
I made this recipe, but changed it up a bit. I didn't use the cheese at all. For time, I used two large cans of chicken breast, (I shredded it with a fork), used 2 8 oz. packages of cream cheese, 1 8 oz. bottle blue cheese dressing (didn't care for the ranch) and half cup hot sauce. Mix all but the chicken w/an electric mixer, stir in chicken. Bake in the oven for 20-30 minutes and serve with crackers. Was really good.