Candied Sweet Potatoes – Stove Top Version

Candied Sweet Potatoes Mom would make her candied sweet potatoes on the stove top, never in an oven. I still remember watching tv and the first time I saw them demonstrate how to cook candied sweet potatoes, it was in a casserole dish in the oven. I though to myself that is just wrong. Look at all the extra work […]

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Stove Top Candied Sweet Potatoes

Growing up as a kid mom made candied sweet potatoes on the stove top all the time. It is so much easier than baking the casserole ones. And if you remember the old Mrs. Paul’s® Candied Sweet Potatoes in the freezer section from years ago which was the sweet potatoes, sugar all ready to be microwaved. Now you have the secret recipe to make your own. Enjoy.

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Copycat Catalina Salad Dressing Recipe (made with Sugar Recipe)

Growing up mom would always but Creamy French, Thousand Island, Russian and a Ranch salad dressings. Those were the stands in the house until one of the local steak houses had French Catalina Salad Dressing. . . Well guess what became the new standard and eventually replace the Creamy French dressing. . . You got it, Catalina. Well I think […]

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California Pizza Company Copycat Pizza Dough

I’m a big pizza fan and no one makes a better pizza than me. Well most of the time that is. Sure I can not do everything but with copycat recipes like this one you can be on your way. Toppings are what you want, and as much as you want. Just do not over do it or the pizza may not cook correctly. This dough has a 90 minute proof so plan on almost 2-1/4 hours to make a pizza to the table. It’s well worth it the effort.

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Pizza Hut Pan Pizza Dough Copycat Recipe

I love pizza and eat entirely way too much of it. This is a recipe I found for Copycat Pizza Hut Pan Pizza Dough back in the early 2000s. I have included instructions on how to mix the dough in an automatic bread machine (ABM) and in the notes section included directions for using a stand mixer or kneading by hand.

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Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup Copycat Recipe

You could always tell the can of Hershey’s chocolate syrup in the refrigerator. If the brown label with the silver writing did not give it away it surely has to be the yellow lid or was it the fact that the last person who used it put it back empty. Just grab the can and add some milk, put the lid on and shake to get the last bits of chocolate flavoring. It’s easier to make than you think. Make it today.

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