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"Had this at Brewster's in Regina, Sk with avocado slices. Best. Thing. Ever. So easy AND adaptable. Will eat again and again and again and..."
"I only gave 4 stars...but I made it 5 stars. Followed recipe exactly EXCEPT I added 1/2 cube of chicken bouillon to the rue, and 1 tsp of Epicure herb and garlic dip mix (which includes dried chives), to the rue as well. Yum. Simmered the mixture down so it was still fairly light and not too thick because it does thicken up as it cools. Served wit..."
"Not that bad. Terribly sweet. I was unsure about the sugar measurements. Was it 1 cup in the batter...and then reserve 1 cup to roll in? or is it really 2 cups in the batter? If that's the case, then I would definitely definitely lessen the sugar amount. It's a huge recipe and would do good for a cookie exchange."
"I'm only giving one star because at least they tasted good. Yes, simple ingredients, relatively easy to make, but uuuuuuggly. I only baked for 9 minutes because the edges were starting to crisp up so bad - I won't be able to take these with me they look so unappetizing. Very hard to remove off the pan (I didn't give them a chance to cool on the ..."
"Yep, definitely Nanaimo bars. Didn't know it was a Canadian thing, but being from Canada, I am oblivious to what other people name their recipes. As of this posting there are 43 other recipes on this site for Nanaimo bars...they're all very sweet and tasty. Definitely a family favorite for us as well."
"wonderful, tasty, fabulous, BETTER than a restaurant. kids loved 'em, hubby devoured them, my parents ate the leftovers (more like I had to save them some otherwise there would have been no leftovers). will make again and again. Thanks1"
"when i was a little girl, i caught my mom dipping strawberries in sourcream and then rolling them in brown sugar. at the time i thought it was absurd, but now i know differently. truly a delicious combination. now my kids have caught me dipping the same way...."
"Are you kidding? This recipe was perfect!! I did almost exactly as written. I used leftover Easter Bunny chocolate pounded into chunks and guesstimated the amount. I threw everything in my KitchenAid - and voila...it was perfect. The tinfoil was a very smart idea - and I didn't even use cooking spray on it first. I baked for exactly 33 minut..."