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"Wow these are great!! I made them exactly as written except I cut down on the nutmeg by a lot (personal preference). I also baked them on parchment. They slid right off! Very easy, very tasty and perfect for the beginning of fall! My 3-year old loved helping with these and of course eating them warm out of the oven! I made smaller cookies an..."
"Delicious! I wasn't sure if I was going to have enough to frost my cupcakes because my 3-year-old kept eating it out of the bowl! A half batch was plenty to frost 24 cupcakes. Great recipe! A keeper."
"Yum! This tastes like summer lunches at Grandma's house! Grandma used to put in raisins and I used craisins instead. That is the only change I made. Great recipe! So refreshing."
"Added extra garlic, extra peanut butter and about a tsp of crushed red pepper. It needed some spice and came out pretty good! Better than we thought."
"Yum!!! I made this for Father's Day breakfast. It was enjoyed by all! I used a multi-grain ciabatta loaf and used all milk instead of milk and cream. I also added some cinnamon and sugar to the top before baking.
My family asked for the recipe and I know we will be saving this for more special occasions!
"Made these for a baby gender reveal party! I colored the filling and they came out great! I filled the cupcakes 2/3 full, put in the filling and then put an extra spoonful of cupcake batter on top. I used probably a tablespoon of filling and mini chocolate chips. I added an extra half block of cream cheese and sugar to the filling so that I wo..."
"I made this recipe for Valentine's Day with my 3-year old and our family loved the cookies!
First and foremost, these cookies do not need to be as labor intensive as written! Just make a little bigger ball and press thumbs in twice to make the heart shape. Make sure you make deep impressions because the cookies puff up a little when ba..."
"Even better reheated the second day! I used a bag of fresh spinach rather than frozen. I just chopped it and let it wilt in the pan while the sauce simmered. I love recipes like this that are open to interpretation - you can spice it up or not. We did Italian seasoning rather than cajun."
"Yum! I rarely make soups or stews, but on this cold January night, this was perfect! My husband gobbled it up and we really enjoyed the flavor.
We don't normally have carrots on hand so I subbed corn instead. Served with crescent rolls. Will make again!"