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"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 :):)"
"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!"
"very nice sauce! will make again. will try adding slightly more peanut butter/slightly less tomato paste and no sugar next time to suite my craving better. My son enjoyed it very much as well. thank you for sharing this delicious recipe..."
"I lost my favorite lemon bar recipe (it was a modified Sunset Cookies and Bars cookbook recipe) so I used this as a guide. I remember from past experience with the other recipe to beat the eggs with an electric mixer for 5-8 minutes...this eliminates the need for extra baking time or runniness...I did this before adding the other ingredients and ..."
"I liked it. I did not have the sweet chili sauce; maybe that makes all the difference...I used oyster sauce instead...felt like it needed something else and for the noodles to have a little more sauce on them...again, maybe that's where the chili sauce comes it. But I love the ginger and my one son and I ate it all up."
"I tried to make a more heart-healthy version substituting turkey bacon as someone suggested, 4 yolks and 12 eggwhites instead of the 8 eggs, omitting butter, and using half the buttermilk...it did not work out well. I don't think that for me and my family, however, that it was simply the lack of fat, but we did not like the bacon inside the bread..."
"I've been making this for over a year now...my family and I love it...SOOOO much better than store-bought...I've made all kinds of variations using unsweetened toasted coconut shavings, dried bluberries, cinnamon, pure maple syrup...this has been the perfect camping and backpacking food too...I know it doesn't need another review but thank you for..."
"These are really good. Moist, and flavorful, without being sickly sweet like many cupcakes I've tasted. I used 8 oz. of cream cheese, since that was the size of the package, and I used the Nestle mini-morsels since they were on hand and worked well here. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly, except for the end...instead of the confectioner's s..."
"The sauce is what makes it. I did use the chicken broth and cornstarch but I did not reduse it by half. I simply brought it to a boil and added the stock and thickener. I did use all the ingredients listed but substituted Chinese 5 spice for the cinnamon and did not measure anything scientifically by any stretch of the imagination. The sauce rem..."
"I don't agree with this recipe. Boiling the solution for two minutes reduces the water concentration considerably so that the proportion is no longer 4:1 and the sugar concentration is actually higher. The sugar should be added to hot water only to dissolve. This following quote is from ornithology.com "What is the best ratio of sugar-to-water to..."