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"This is a winner around my house. We'll all eat it and it's very inexpensive to make! I never use the cream of cheese soup because it has so many calories. I use 98% fat free chicken soup and lite mayo and we like it fine in a monthly rotation. DH doesn't LOVE it but he'll eat it."
"Should have reviewed this ages ago. This is a staple at my house. Oh so easy to make, economical and absolutely INHALED every time I make it! In fact, I have to double it to make sure there are leftovers for my DH's lunch the next day."
"I made this diabetic friendly by using sugar free marmalade and substituting Splenda blend brown sugar for the honey. Like the others, I didn't blend. I did however heat in a small saucepan to melt the brown sugar. Very nice glaze. Thanks subby."
"We absolutely love it. Here in Texas we don't like our cornbread sweet so I was very happy to find a good, old-fashioned cornbread recipe like the one I grew up eating. I have also used whole kernel corn that was briefly processed in a food processor or blender in place of the cream corn and it was perfect."
"I should have reviewed this months ago. Great, quick healthy recipe. I make it (mostly) as written with the exception of leaving out the tomato paste. Today I'm throwing it in my crockpot."
"Have made these cookies for 30 years. My version came on a Duncan Hines cherry cake mix (which doesn't even exist anymore). I've made it orange/choc, choc/peanut butter and cherry/choc chip. It's just a great recipe."
"Was going to post this exact recipe for safekeeping. I've been making this since 1990. It's wonderful. Absolutely worth the effort. Thanks Gregg for saving me the labor of posting!"
"GREAT! We loved it. Made dietary changes as follows: substituted 50/50 sugar/splenda for the sugar, apple juice for orange juice (that was all I had) and used 1/4 cup oil and 3/4 cup unsweetened applesauce in place of the oil."