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"This one is a winnerI adapted as follows:No Bay leafI used about 1/2 a cup of fresh chopped parsley and cilantro. 2 parts parsley and one part cilantroI used regular onion and not a red onion, and two tomatoes"
"A great cake especially when you don't want a huge cake. Fast and easy to make. I omitted the cocoa and used coffee instead of the water and it got rave reviews!"
"I used to make these with sugar for a friend with celiac. Now I made them for my diabetic husband who loved them. I used 3/4 cup splenda, made the cookies into balls, and flattened them with a fork before baking. They didn't crumble and came out great!"
"I was looking for a recipe that would yield a small cheesecake that I could make without an electric mixer. This was a big hit with my guests and husband! Easy to make, looks pretty, tastes great!"
"This was a big hit with my daughter and everyone else. I used low fat milk instead of the water and dry fat milk powder. I had way too much liquid for the pie crust though. Would cut it down by half a cup of liquid and one egg."
"i brought this for dessert and it was a huge hit! i used a regular frozen pie crust, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup splenda, 1/2 cup lemon juice.it was easy to make and was polished off very quickly!"
"this is a winner! i nuke it for 13 minutes and don't reheat it since i put it on the blech friday night. the only problem is that the water always overflows out leaving a mess in the microwave but it's a small price to pay."
"my husband reluctantly gave up a cup of whiskey so i could try this recipe. it was very easy to prepare and smelled great while cooking. both my husband and i thought it was too sweet. i will use half a cup of maple syrup next time."