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"Very simple sauce and steps. The macaroni with ridges is a must. Not a fan of pickles, but everything else was great. Kids ages 16 months to 8 years old (and adults) loved it. This can be made ahead, so freezing one would be ideal. "
"I adapted this recipe to satisfy a Gluten Free household by using quinoa macaroni and it turned out great. It is super easy to just use a tub of sour cream than having to worry about the fuss of making a cheese sauce that starts out with butter and flour in a pot. I also added shredded rotisserie chicken to make it a one dish meal. 4 stars because""
"Only 4 stars because it's difficult not to burn the chips. I've found the key is really liberally spraying the pan before hand and cutting the chips a little thicker than recommended. And also only using about 400 degrees on the oven. You have to play around with it based on your oven characteristics. I used Alton Brown's caramelized onion dip bec""
"I adapted this recipe to satisfy a Gluten Free household by using quinoa macaroni and it turned out great. It is super easy to just use a tub of sour cream than having to worry about the fuss of making a cheese sauce that starts out with butter and flour in a pot. I also added shredded rotisserie chicken to make it a one dish meal. 5 stars because""
"This recipe is very easy. Just blend everything, put the blender container in the fridge for an hour and it's ready to pour and make crepes. The hour wait is the only annoying thing. I do the dessert crepes, and use Amaretto for the optional liquor part. I've made then with and without vanilla (when I run out) and both versions are sweet enough and tasty, especially served with whipped cream. "
"This recipe is all prep time. It's easier and less overwhelmig if you prep everything ahead of time and set it all aside. The tomatoes could have simmered a little longer in the stock/meatball mixture, though perhaps then the meatballs would have gotten overdone? The little mozzarella balls are a must, they melt and are gooey sticky after a few minutes. Basil is a must, as well. It seemed like there was more liquid than needed, but it'll probably thicken up for the 2nd serving the next day. "