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"It was way to dry to mix, and when i added milk for consistency it wouldn't bake through. The flavour of one of the flours was a little strong, (although i couldn't figure out which one and it wasn't spicy enough. However, I had a cream cheese frosting that wouldn't set, so i re-named the muffins 'pudding', and the frosting 'sauce', and as pu..."
Jun 25, 2008 on Food.com
"I really liked this recipe, it is great because it uses unusual ingredients, the kind you find randomly in a pantry and need to use up. Its a great departure from the more usual flavours of lemon or carrot."
Mar 16, 2008 on Food.com
"I Don't know where i saw a variation on this first but this was the closest to my recipe. 1 cup yogurt (or two small containers 1 packet jello, 8 ounces frozen whipped topping. I put it on a meringue crust, (which disintegrated deliciously and I used peach yogurt and peach jello. I would make it again as a mold. Very easy to do."
Jan 24, 2008 on Food.com
"I guess this isn't a fair review, since the batter was really tasty, however my microwave burnt it to a crisp. It may have been that i divided the batter in half and didn't adjust the time, but on the second half i did and it still burnt it. I think maybe microwaves simply vary too much in power to accurately make a recipe for them."
Dec 15, 2007 on Food.com
"Surprisingly fast and easy: the times suggested are perfect for those without natural cook timing. Delicious as well, a good staple for any veggie."
Nov 30, 2007 on Food.com