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Pampered Chef Thread: 3 Minute Dips

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    Default 3 Minute Dips

    I have tried two of these dips at my past two shows and the guests love them! I don't have the Brie Baker so I have been using my small round baker. YUMMO for sure!
    Pat D

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    Good idea with the RCB. Using the RCb would make more sense to me from a multi function tool, vs the Brie Baker which wouldnt be as useful for other things.
    .I assume you double the recipe or does it turn ok sufficient with regular recipe?
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    I have been using the regular recipe and it is fine. I do it quickly at the very beginning for the guests to nibble on while I do my presentation and primary recipe.
    Pat D

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    what are you making??
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    I don't have the Brie Baker either, nor do I have the small round baker, but I do have another similar dish that works. I haven't yet demonstrated the recipe for any shows, but I do plan on using it on the 24th.

    I am also going to try to earn the Brie baker. You can earn the baker in October.

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    At an open house that my director sponsored, she used the egg cooker, for two different 3-minute dips. I don't know how the recipe differed (time/amount) but I love the variety aspect and I will try to experiment with this later this weekend.

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    I've also seen this done with the Single Serving stoneware piece. They put the dip in 3 of the wells, and used the other wells to hold the veggies for dipping.
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