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"Nice cake with lots of rhubarb! I cut the sugar (because I don't like things too sweet, used half whole wheat flour and substituted greek yogurt for the sour cream and it was still nice and moist and plenty sweet. The batter was a little thick, but I think you need that to soak up the juices from the rhubarb. I also used raw sugar for extra crunc..."
Jul 5, 2011 on Food.com
"I love this soup! I didn't have any cheddar on hand and I wanted to lighten it up a bit so I cut the butter to 1/3 the amount and I substituted some velveeta light and Laughing Cow queso alfresco and chipotle for the cheddar. Also I replaced about 1/3 of the broth with milk for a creamier texture. I found the taste pure bliss."
Jun 9, 2011 on Food.com
"This is much like the recipe my mom used to make, but she called it "Royal Rhubarb Crisp". -I wanted to make this for my kids, but didn't have mom's recipe. We loved it as kids, and it's just as good now! YUM! Tart and sweet and crunchy all in one lovely dish. Thanks for posting!"
May 11, 2011 on Food.com
"I wasn't sure if I'd like this but I had some pumpkin and black beans I needed to use up, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I added some chopped celery with the onion and garlic and then pureed it in my blender at the end. It was so simple and quick to make and came out really creamy with a unique mix of flavors. I really like the hint of pumpkin w..."
Jan 23, 2011 on Food.com
"replaced the water with brandy, used yogurt and canola oil in place of the shortening, added chocolate chips, and used all whole wheat flour and it is sublime! Thank you! I will definitely be making this again!"
Jan 23, 2011 on Food.com
"My kids LOVED these rolls. I cut the fat just a little bit--used 1/4 c. shortening and 1 T. butter with 1% milk. Also I used 1 c. white whole wheat flour and 2 c. bread flour. I made the batter in my bread machine--it was really sticky and I had to add at least 1/2 c. of flour. The end result was fantastic, though--very soft, fluffy and they smell..."
Jun 13, 2010 on Food.com
"OMG this is soooooooo goooood! I used lowfat sour cream and lowfat mayo and cut the parmesan to 1/4 c. to lighten it up, also used a bit of chopped onion instead of the onion powder. I didn't measure the garlic--I just used 2 large cloves, chopped fine. I'm having it for lunch on ultra thinly sliced toasted homemade whole wheat bread. It's a littl..."
Apr 19, 2010 on Food.com
"Wow this was SOooooo good--and so simple! My 10-yr-old daughter made it for us for dinner. I had to help her on a couple spots, but for the most part she handled it great on her own. It was really yummy--and something you could use for all kinds of seafood or even chicken. She added 4 cloves of garlic, sauteed with the butter at the beginning. We..."
Mar 13, 2010 on Food.com
"These are seriously good pancakes! My daughter said they were even BETTER than IHOP's. I usually make pancakes for her for breakfast, but I couldn't keep my hands off them. The batter turned out a little too thick, so I had to add a bit more buttermilk. Thank you for sharing this recipe! I'm sure it will become a mainstay at our house."
Feb 26, 2010 on Food.com
"I needed a quick lunch and just happened to have some leftover turkey sausage, canned tomatoes, and cooked white rice in the fridge. I was able to whip this up over my lunch break! I followed the recipe loosely, omitting the water (cuz my rice was already cooked and added jalapeno for spice instead of hot sauce. It was a nice spicy, healthy lunch..."
Feb 16, 2010 on Food.com