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"Nice and soft. I made the mistake of trusting another reviewer's baking tips...put the oven on 350 and didn't check the bread til 28 minutes later. Might work in other ovens, but for my rolls...they were too well done."
"Tasted good, but needed significantly more honey. I only like it toasted, too. With honey in the title, I expected more of a sweet flavor from it, but I should have suspected with the small amount asked for in the recipe, that this wouldn't have a sweet taste. If I come back to the recipe it will require some adjustments to get an enjoyabl..."
"I made this because I was wanting something creamy, but after having it twice, I've determined the cream cheese mix doesn't really add anything. This isn't what I was looking for I guess."
"I think it's really nice. It reminds me of a chocolate sheet cake I always make, but with a slightly different flavor. I'm most pleased to have alternatives to the plain chocolate cakes that I get sick of eating at birthday parties. I dropped about a cup of powdered sugar from the icing--I don't like it too sweet. Maybe next tim..."
"Not enough flavor for me; even though I was generous with the spices. I can't believe you're only supposed to use 4 oz of pasta too...with all that sauce! I got 2.5 times that."
"Tastes good, but doesn't harden like I'd like...still somewhat soft & doesn't have an instant hardness once it hits cold--has to sit on the cold for a while. Will probably return to for the flavor, but won't expect to use it to coat a whole ice cream scoop."
"Aside from halfing it (with 2 eggs instead of 1.5), I made the recipe as stated...but used 1 teaspoon of the almond extract because it seemed like others were. I don't think I would have used less than that, knowing the flavor. What the recipe calls for would only give a tiny hint of almond. It ended up good and fluffy & I had 3--only ..."
"Tasty! I used a mason jar & hand blender. What I did is put in the amount of coffee requested as water, drop 1 Tbls of instant coffee, shake the mason jar, add 3 Tbls sugar, add the milk, but trade out 1/4 cup of it for coffee cream. I then put in the ice & blended. Yummy. Next time I'll reduce the milk/cream amount by 1/4 cup bec..."
"Had some left over evaporated milk so I decided to use it on this recipe. Glad I did. This is much better than all the other fudge recipes I'd tried to make at home. Next time I'll add instant coffee too."