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"I made this recipe exactly as written EXCEPT I did not have apple juice in the house. I did have apple cider (alcoholic) so I used that, it was fantastic! I used a lean cut of pork, yet it was moist and delicious.
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"for GF it was okay, but I couldn't eat more than one piece. Next time I'll toast it and put peanut butter on it, but, I don't think I like flax....."
"Black beans?? Seriously?? Yes Seriously, these were amazing, and I was not sold until I tasted them. I did add the baking powder and soda, plus a bit extra cocoa. Since I didn't have vanilla in the house I used cinnamon as the flavouring, which I've done before in brownies and I like. I fed these to my renovation contractors and they didn't even r..."
"Amazingly moist! I changed to peach yogurt, cause I looked up this recipe to use an expired container (I hate wasting anything:)). They were really delicious and only lasted the day with my 21 year old son and husband (and me). thanks for posting Pamela from Canada!"
"I hate to rate this a 3, however I followed the directions to a tee and it didn't have much flavor :( I went to other recipes like this and looked at their ingredients and I put together 1TBSP olive oil, 1 TBSP balsamic vinegar, and 1TSP honey and added, that made it a 5!"
"I've rated this once before, but just wanted to update! I have successfully used this for Peaches, Mangos, and Rhubarb as well. The peaches were good as is, the Mangos needed some spice so I added ground ginger to the batter and pureed ginger to the mango sugar mixture. Rhubarb is not very sweet so I used the max sugar and added a half cup to the ..."
"I have been using your recipe for years now and realized I have never rated it! Sorry Sunny! Love it and have modified it in many ways in the past. Used sausages and seafood added chili powder and cayenne and called it Jambalaya once :) I'm sneaky."
"SO much healthier than the packages, if you make a large batch the first time you will never have to buy a package again! I gave jars and jars away this Christmas as hostess gifts as well as stuffing them in my grown kids stockings!"
"Great recipe, easy and simple! first time I made it I used purple onion DON"T DO IT! much too strong, but that was my fault:) Thanks for posting Sharlene~W"
"Fan-frickin-tastic! I used baby potatoes cut into pieces but kept everything the same and my family raved about them. Have made twice already and will be our summer potato dish this summer! Thanks Melanie B. for posting!!"