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"This is marvelous! It reminded me of chicken I had in fajitas at Applebees or Chilis...one of those great places. What I did was chop up my chicken into smaller peices to make it more like chicken nuggets. It's also good in a tortilla.Thanks for sharing this!"
"One thing I forgot...to make these truly fat free use nonfat plain yogurt...or (I haven't tried this yet) to add a zip I guess you could use a fruit sweetened nonfat yogurt...?"
"Mmmm, I love the hint of cinnamon throughout it, and the texture and flavor were great. I didn't have apple juice so I just used some apple sauce and a little bit of water, but it turned out great all the same. Also, I used non fat sugar free vanilla ice cream, which probably tastes similar to the frozen yogurt. It adds some flavor, but i figured ..."
"One suggestion I have, now after eating quite a few of the lucious little cupcakes, is to crush your pineapple really well, I'm not sure I liked taking a bite and getting a chunk of pineapple..."
"I changed the recipe a little bit to fit my tastes. No onions, and about half of the other ingredients, plus I didn't have minute rice so I used regular rice, anyway, it turned out very yummy and I will be making it again. Thanks for sharing this!"
"Oh yum! This was great. My only problem was that I used Potato bread and ended up burning the bottom a little (but it was still delicious!), so my suggestion for white bread users is: follow the instructions above, and when the bottom is brown take the sandwich off and if the bananas are still intact, microwave for a couple of secs. :) Delicious! ..."
"It was yummy but you might want to specify between green and red apples, I used green and it was a little too much of a taste clash for me, so I assumed you meant red. I liked the sandwich, but liked it even more because it became the basis for a recipe of my own. Thanks, and mmmm"