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This is actually a good idea :rofl: I always see them but never do any of them because I lose them after watching them.
 

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I have a boatload saved on facebook, will have to post them later
 

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That first one though. OMGGGGG.
 

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Top right of the vid you are watching has a little thing you click and has a save option. Then on the left sidebar you can view your saved stuff





 

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[MENTION=2762]boost21[/MENTION] We must be on different versions or live on seperate planets. I don't have the save option nor the menu spot to view saved videos.

 

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Made this last night. Didn't come out anywhere near as good as it looks in the video.



Buffalo Chicken Pull Apart Bread

INGREDIENTS

2 cups chicken, cooked and shredded
1 cup Buffalo sauce
2 1/2 cups pepper jack cheese, shredded, divided
1/4 cup scallions, chopped
2 packages pizza dough
1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted
Ranch dressing for dipping (optional)
Green onions for garnish (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Roll out dough and cut into 3x3-inch squares. You should have 15 total squares; arrange in 3 rows of 5.

In a bowl, toss together shredded chicken, Buffalo sauce, scallions, and half the cheese (1 1/4 cups).

Brush butter on a dough rectangle and begin to layer ingredients on top.

Begin with Buffalo chicken mixture, followed by a sprinkling of cheese.

Repeat with remaining rectangles, stacking one on top of the other, chicken side up.

Brush the inside of a loaf pan with melted butter. Load stacked bread into loaf pan, and brush with remaining butter. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes until desired browning is achieved.

Garnish with green onions and allow to cool. Serve from baking dish or other serving platter if desired.
 

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[MENTION=2762]boost21[/MENTION] We must be on different versions or live on seperate planets. I don't have the save option nor the menu spot to view saved videos.

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