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"This can't possibly be a correct nutritional count as milk alone has 12 grams of sugar! I will grant that you may not be ADDING sugar to the base but that base still counts as a full sugar (and even more so for people with WLS as it's a liquid)"
"I suibstituted the lemon pepper for about 2T. of lemon juice and let it soak onvernight. Amazing! The chops were the "good kind" - nearly 2" thick - and this was the pefect way to give them flavor all the way through. Terrific!"
"Like everyone else, I loved this pound cake! I made 2 loaf pans instead of the Bundt so I could freeze one for later. This is so tender and flavorful - you really don't need to serve it with any toppings at all but I imagine it would be an amazing base for a trifle! My 2 loaf pans took about 1 hour 20 minutes to cook and about as long to eat! :0)"
"This is a great alternative to most diabetic recipes (which tend to be pretty yucky) I made it exactly as written but it was waaaaay more than enough to fill the crust - be sure to get the extra large size. I am freezing mine to save room in the fridge for the Christmas fixings. Thanks for posting!"
"These were quite good. I made them with strawberry cake mix and white chips, rolled in powdered sugar and baked on parchment for 10 minutes. Chill between batches to control the spread! I also rolled one batch (I made 2) in red sugar to add variety. Easy!!!"
"This was, once again, wonderful - and I don't usually like chocolate cake! It was still moist 4 days later!I filled the center of the cake with cut-up chocolate candy like Snickers, Kit Kat and Hershey's. My 6 year old loved his birthday cake!"
"I have been trying to find a recipe that actually lists all the ingredients that I usually use when I make my sauce "off the cuff" and this came closest. There are a few additions in here that make this recipe work better than all the others: red wine, brown sugar and the ability to customize. I like my sauce to cook all day (I just took it off af..."
"Very good. The tricky part is frosting the whole thing! Maybe just a little melted frosting poured over the top would be good enough. Tastes more like a Suzie Q than a Ho Ho!"
"Sorry but this was not good at all. The meat was terribly tough and the sauce/gravy was too strong although I followed the recipe to a "T".I would recommend a different cut of beef or even using a slow cooker instead."