Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
"This is still too high in sugar for a diabetic. I reduced the amount of powdered sugar to 3 tablespoons and found it sweet enough with the Splenda."
"I added another teaspoon of cinnamon in the bread and used the sugar/cinnamon topping. It took longer to bake than the recipe says; mine took 45-50 minutes at 350 F. I thought the texture was a bit strange like other recipes that lack any fat in them. The bread was a bit rubbery. Some fat also has a keeping quality; no fat and it stales quickly. N..."
"I have always added diced apple to my coleslaw so I don't know how secret it is. I prefer a Macintosh or other red skinned apple for the added color. I sometimes also add canned well drained mandarin oranges too. I would leave out the onion, or maybe just add a little green onion and skip the vinegar and celery seed. For company I serve it wi..."
"Traditional Pebernoedder don't include orange peel and I've never heard that Danes roll the cookies in nuts. The spicing does vary a bit; some add some cinnamon as well as cardamom and pepper. My Danish grandmother used only cardaomom though I find it's a spice some North Americans don't care for."
"Too much sugar and fat to be healthy. Reduce sugar to a couple of tablespoons or use Splenda. Omit butter. Why take a healthy fruit like apples and produce an unhealthy dessert?"
"I prefer to use green onion including a bit of the green part for color. It's milder than red onion. Personally, I don't add mustard at all. Albacore tuna has such a mild taste I think mustard overwhelms the flavor of the tuna. And always Hellman's mayonnaise. I rarely add celery because it "weeps" into the tuna salad espe..."
"While the recipe looks good self rising flour is not generally available in North America. Certainly where I am in Canada it isn't. It would be helpful to include a conversion for it; how much baking powder or baking soda and salt to add?"
"I love Money's Gardenburgers and the ingredients in this are similar. But Money's has only 100 calories per patty and 3 grams of fat. These are way way higher. I am going to make these anyway but omit the butter and some of the cheese, and perhaps one of the eggs. I don't see why you would need 2 eggs to hold these together."