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"For the crust, use Trader Joes/Trader Jacques coconut cookies in a bag from france (new itemand whirl them in the food processor; add small amount of butter, press into pie plate, bake for 10 mins. I used Dr. Oetker's Organics Banana Pudding (a little healthier and very goodand over the top of the fresh whipped cream sprinkle some toasted coco ..."
Nov 21, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"What I love about these is how easy they are to make. I used whole wheat flour and whole oat flour. I substituted coconut oil for the shortening. I did not add water to the yogurt but used the runniest part instead. A denser biscuit than white flour but healthier and very tasty with some jam ::"
Oct 14, 2012 on Food.com
"good cookie if you have to avoid flour but I prefer the classic PB cookie...this has a heaviness. I used 2/3 c. sugar and that was almost more than enough....I like the course ground salt on top; I used pink himalayan salt crystals. I used Costco Natural PB and also added a little coconut oil to the mix...they stayed together but they're del ..."
Aug 2, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Clearly this recipe is versatile and I love that in a recipe. Did not have shallots, used onion and a little garlic instead. Did not have pancetta skipping that all together. Substituted 1/2 of the chicken stock with small carton of Trader Joes condensed cream of portabella mushroom soup. Ended up not using all of the liquid; everything took a li ..."
Jan 28, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"not bad but like other reviewers, a bit too sweet for our liking (I would omit the sugar in the batter if I made these again and I did not use the confectionary sugar over the top and not easy to keep together while flipping which means that it lacks the desired texture. I added a considerable amount of additional flour to a second batch and tha ..."
Dec 19, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"very good; will use this as my go to new york style cheesecake. came out perfect without a single crack or browning on top and loved not dealing with the whole water bath thing. i had my oven to 400 to start with and at the end I opened the door for a while and then closed it again and left it in there until the next day to put in the fridge. i ..."
Dec 18, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"five stars for my son who thinks it tastes delicious...I feel it lacks a little flavor somehow, maybe I did not add enough of the red pepper flakes but I still feel that it needs something fresh and flavorful in it like stewed tomatoes maybe. Or I might like it better with some juicy braised kale over it. I made this recipe from fresh pumpkin pu ..."
Dec 5, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This does deserve a 5 star rating. My guests and I were totally yummed. I bought 3 briskets, each about 2 lbs as that's what the store had. Used extra smashed garlic and added fresh thyme as another reviewer mentioned. I will leave out the celery next time since it gets too mushy and I don't think the flavor that it adds is essential. The red ..."
Jan 12, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Really great recipe. I decided to add a cup of semi-sweet choc-chips instead of the buttercream filling but will try the full recipe in the future as well as keep this for the best-basic peanut butter cookie I've ever made. I agree with the reviews that mention just the right amount of crispy outside to soft & chewy inside. In my oven I preferr ..."
Apr 14, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"five stars because it's the easiest cheesecake ever and it's simply delicious topped with sweetened strawberries. Using the food processor cuts out a lot of the work and more cream cheese plus sour cream proportional to the one egg makes for a very creamy melt in your mouth recipe. thanks a bunch for sharing!"
Dec 22, 2007 on Food.com