Changes: Green peppers instead of red peppers, more (unmeasured) cheese
Thoughts: Healthy and good. I would put diced tomatoes in next time. These make good leftovers as well.
Source: Barefoot Contessa: Foolproof
Changes: I doubled the amount of whipped feta (which I would do again). I used this bread, toasted, without olive oil. I used grape tomatos and sunburst tomatoes (both halved) because that is what was available this time of year at the grocery store.
Thoughts: I brought this to a party, keeping the parts separate so they wouldn’t get soggy sitting out. They were well received, and I would make them again. The feta spread was very good and may go well with other dippers.
Changes: I did not use the egg white wash, and cooked for 30 minutes all at once.
Thoughts: This bread came out crusty and delicious. Using the mixer made the prep easy. Next time I will be more careful about evenly dividing the bread as one loaf ended up smaller and was starting to burn when I took it out of the oven.
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Source: Kraft Recipes
Changes: Used 2 large chicken breasts rather than 4 small (which increased the cooking time). I had yellow onions, not red onions, so that is what I used. I added (unmeasured) basil, oregano, and black pepper to the tomatoes.
Thoughts: The balsamic vinaigrette gave the chicken a nice tang. This is a simple, tasty weeknight recipe.
Changes: Ground vanilla bean in place of vanilla paste, one to one substitution.
Thoughts: Very tasty, like banana bread made into a dessert. The frosting layer was thin, and I would consider making 1.5x the frosting recipe in the future.
Source: Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook
Changes: Cook on high (rather than low) in the crock pot for 4 hours.
Thoughts: Very flavorful recipe. The oniony broth went very well with the meal. I would definitely make this again.