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"Definitely too sweet! I got away with reducing it to about 1/2 cup sugar, with a little bit more pumpkin to make up for the volume loss. But otherwise a great recipe."
Jul 1, 2009 on Food.com
"This is delicious enough to eat on its own! Very versatile, as I substituted sour milk for buttermilk, and used more pumpkin than called for."
Nov 16, 2008 on Food.com
"Delicious eggnog! excellent reviews from everyone, even those who don't usually like eggnog. We substituted apricot brandy instead."
Dec 12, 2007 on Food.com
"Awesome, versatile recipe! The ingredients are easy to find in your pantry, and the muffins still come out delicious even with slight variations (i.e., substitute milk for water"
Dec 2, 2005 on Food.com
"I would prefer a slightly more milk-chocolatey brownie, but only realized the missing ingredient AFTER I tasted it. Still, very fudgy and full of chocolate flavor. I might try adding some dry milk powder next time ="
Sep 19, 2005 on Food.com
"Mm... yummy and easy! (but definitely not for carrot-phobics, haha I didn't have the spices individually on hand, so I added a capful of Mrs. Dash instead. It was a good way to use up my leftover baby carrots!"
Aug 18, 2005 on Food.com
"So moist, light, and delicious! I used craisins and soaked it in orange juice before combining with the dry ingredients. Will make again with my other leftover orange ="
Jul 27, 2005 on Food.com
"There's no need for "spreading". I found that an 1/8 slice off the edge of a block of cream cheese fits perfectly (! on a quarter sheet of a cracker! Place another quarter on top and you get a cookie sandwich. Four sandwiches, using fat free cream cheese, totals only 150 calories ="
Jul 5, 2005 on Food.com
"Delicious! It's custard-like, but on the milky side. I made half the recipe, substituted half of the sugar for brown sugar, and swirled the cinnamon sugar on top. Excellent recipe to use up extra milk."
Jun 15, 2005 on Food.com
"Just a little comment about diet drinks/yogurt sweetened with aspartame. Heating it could cause its break down into formaldehyde. Do not use it in baking! But I think diet 7up is safe, but just don't use Sprite =Haven't tried the recipe yet, but looks very easy!!"
Jun 8, 2005 on Food.com