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Super Starter Recipes

kimhquilt

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Feb 4, 2005
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I am brand new to PC and would like to know if anyone has any great recipes that they really enjoyed making for there first months in business. I would greatly appreciate any ideas.

Thanks,
Kim
 

PamperedGinger

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Feb 3, 2005
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The Season's Best always has recipes especially for Super Starters. They use only the products found in the Super Starter kit. They are the last 2 recipes for each section of the cookbook. You can also download recipes from Consultant's Corner.
 

KathyG

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Feb 19, 2005
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super starter recipe

I loved making the Mexican Fiesta Salad Pizza. It is from the SBRC fall/winter 2004. The first thing I did when I got the to hostess house was to roll out the 2 packages of crescent roll dough onto the pizza stone (I found out later that it works great to put it on the rectangular stone!) and cook it before the show. The recipe is great and super easy and is essentially a taco on crescent roll dough! I have attached the recipe for you!

Kathy

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For my first 2 months, I did the peanutty brownie pizza. It is very simple and everything you need comes in your kit. It looks very nice and it is very easy to make. The recipe is in the delightful desserts cookbook. I can email it to you if you'd like.
 

janel kelly

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Feb 19, 2005
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For some reason I can't find the peanutty brownie pizza in the recipe search on the PC website. I tried putting a few different things in the search boxes but it wouldn't come up. Is it called something else in the cookbook? Maybe I'm not putting the right name in. Help!
 

PamperedGinger

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The recipe is there, but it doesn't give you the recipe. Instead it gives you where to find it....

Peanutty Brownie Pizza Delightful Desserts 24

Do you have this cookbook?
 

janel kelly

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Feb 19, 2005
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No, I don't have the cookbook. Thats why I looked it up on the website. I only have the All the Best cookbook and the Celebrations one. I do have a few season's best books. No wonder when I tried looking up some other recipes it wouldn't show them either. :rolleyes:
 

BethCooks4U

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Peanutty Brownie Pizza Recipe

janel kelly said:
No, I don't have the cookbook. Thats why I looked it up on the website. I only have the All the Best cookbook and the Celebrations one. I do have a few season's best books. No wonder when I tried looking up some other recipes it wouldn't show them either. :rolleyes:

Here's the recipe:

1 pkg. fudge brownie mix (plus ingredients to make brownie)
8 oz. cream cheese
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cupo creamy peanut butter
2 pkgs. (1.6 oz. each) peanut butter cup candy, chopped
1/4 cup peanuts, chopped
2 bananas, sliced
2 Tbsp. (1 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 tsp. vegetable oil

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cut a circle of parchment paper to fit large round stone and place on the stone. Prepare brownie mix according to directions on package. Pour onto parchment and spread into 13 inch circle. Bake 15-18 minutes until brownie is set. Cool completely.

Mix crean cheese, brown sugar and peanut butter and spread over brownie to within 1/2 inch from edge. Chop candy and peanuts and sprinkle over cream cheese mixture. Arrange bananas over brownie. Microwave chocolate with oil until chocolate is melted and drizzle over the pizza.


Did you know that anyone can look for recipes on our website but, as consultants, we have a more complete list available to us once we log into Consultant's Corner?!
 

janel kelly

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Feb 19, 2005
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Thank you for the recipe. I had looked for it in the recipe search in consultant's corner. Did I do something incorrect that it wouldn't come up for me? It normally gives me the recipes but yesterday for some reason it kept saying no recipe matches were found when I would put in the exact name of the recipe.
 

PamperedGinger

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Feb 3, 2005
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I did a search under keywords instead of the exact title and found it no problem. I find it is easier to search using keywords instead.
 

janel kelly

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Feb 19, 2005
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Yeah, I tried that except it helps to know what ingredients are in the recipe. I put down chocolate and peanuts(neither of them are in the recipe) No wonder it gave me nothing
 

Yvonne

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Mar 27, 2005
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terriann77 said:
For my first 2 months, I did the peanutty brownie pizza. It is very simple and everything you need comes in your kit. It looks very nice and it is very easy to make. The recipe is in the delightful desserts cookbook. I can email it to you if you'd like.

I am over in England and haven't seen a lot of the recipes you talk about. I would appreciate if you could send me the peanutty brownie pizza recipe - it sounds great.

Thanks

Yvonne
 

Yvonne

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Mar 27, 2005
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Peanut Butter Cup Candy?

Sorry - I see the recipe now - what is Peanut Butter Cup Candy - we don't have that over in England! Could anyone describe it incase it goes by another name overhere. Thanks.
 

Yvonne

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Mar 27, 2005
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Super Starter Recipe

One of the recipes I used a lot in my first couple of months was the Hot Chilli Cheese Dip. Everyone loved it!
 

BethCooks4U

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Peanut Butter Cup Candy

Yvonne said:
Sorry - I see the recipe now - what is Peanut Butter Cup Candy - we don't have that over in England! Could anyone describe it incase it goes by another name overhere. Thanks.

It's a "Reeses Peanutbutter Cup" - cream peanut butter surrounded by chocolate...

You can make your own by combining crushes graham cracker cereal, confectioners sugar and butter shaped into cups or pressed into a pan and covered with melted chocolate. A favorite with my family at Christmas!

PS: I would love to hear about how things are done on the other side of the pond. Do you see any big differences there than here after visiting this web site??
 
May 4, 2005
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terriann77 said:
For my first 2 months, I did the peanutty brownie pizza. It is very simple and everything you need comes in your kit. It looks very nice and it is very easy to make. The recipe is in the delightful desserts cookbook. I can email it to you if you'd like.


Hi I'd love to have this recepie too. I've just joined PC and am looking for interesting recepie. my email is [email protected].

Many thanks

Linda
 

Yvonne

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Mar 27, 2005
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Beth,

The main difference over here at the moment is that PC is almost unheard of where I live. I bet that is really strange for you to hear! I recently did a Social Event at my local Methodist Church - out of 40 people there was only the one lady who had invited us (as she had attended one of my shows), and one other lady (who had lived in Canada for a while) who had heard of PC. It can be an uphill struggle sometimes. We have Candle Parties and the Virgin Vie and Body Shop brands of make-up parties seem to be very popular. I recently went to a Mini IQ party which is a range of children's books. That was an eye-opener as all the ladies in the room thought nothing of spending £30 on a couple of books, but balked at the thought of £30 for a piece of stoneware. I have got my work cut out. I think this site is great for ideas though - there is no point in re-inventing the wheel, and if you girls have been having success for so long then I just know we can learn from you. Thanks to all of you!

Yvonne x
 

its_me_susan

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Jul 31, 2005
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terriann77 said:
For my first 2 months, I did the peanutty brownie pizza. It is very simple and everything you need comes in your kit. It looks very nice and it is very easy to make. The recipe is in the delightful desserts cookbook. I can email it to you if you'd like.

Me too and the Tomato Basil Squares
 

AJPratt

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My favorite recipe is the Spinach Artichoke Ring. The filling is in All The Best. I have been doing this about a year now and I still have that as the main recipe I make, with a couple other options. I'll usually take a pre-baked brownie and do a topper. Sometimes I'll make the brownie there, but I always get nervous that its going to run off.
 
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