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"These are great. I didn't bother with the melted butter and I didn't have any allspice so that didn't go in either. Finally, I forgot to put water in the bottom of the oven but I did cover them with tin-foil. In any case they turned out sufficiently moist. I toped them cream-cheese-based icing and decorated with a little freshly-gra..."
"Great muffins. I reduced the amount of baking powder to a single teaspoon, adding half a teaspoon of cream of tartar - they didn't rise as much as expected but they are moist and flavourful."
"Very nice, considering its simplicity, but the recipe as given is incomplete. My rating is for the end-product, having taken advice from Sandra Hyde (one of the other reviewers), not for the recipe which could definitely be improved with a little more detail in the ingredients. With ~1/4 cup (margarine) and ~2.5 tbs flour, I used one cup (~250 ml)..."
"This isn't bad but the instructions seem to contain a flaw. I don't think it's possible to properly fold in the egg white and end up with a homogenous mixture if the jelly (US English = jello?) has already set.The sauce was great, although the instructions don't really make it clear when to stop heating because I did not detect the change in thi..."
"Crisp on the outside, sloppy on the inside... I suggest adding breadcrumbs to the mixture to help it stick together (not really a problem anyway) but more importantly to absorb moisture and dry the inside. You might also want to experiment with the flavour by adding herbs/spices (e.g. parsley and/or garlic) at your discretion."