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"WONDERFUL! Was looking for low-carb, low fat, low cholesterol desserts and wasn't sure how this one would work without eggs...oh my! It doesn't need them. Very moist, great texture and the taste is delicious, even with the small amount of sugar. I usually substitute half of any oil in a recipe with unsweetened applesauce, but wanted to try this ..."
Sep 30, 2012 on Food.com
"I really wanted to like this! Perhaps the apple makes the berries sweeter, or perhaps the Costco brand of frozen berries is naturally sweet. However, beware using store bought fresh berries or even the store brand. They will need to be VERY sweet, otherwise, this pie turns out sour and not very tasty. While heating up the berries and other ingr..."
Sep 20, 2012 on Food.com
"Great texture! Had no trouble getting these to rise with a nice, rounded top...hooray! Love trying "extras", so included the almond extract, walnuts and about 1/3 cup coconut. I too substitute applesauce for butter or oil in a recipe and have never been disappointed. Used the turbinado sugar (like the raw, coarser sugar instead of white...gave t..."
Nov 7, 2010 on Food.com
"Very good, moist and so one-pan easy! I did decrease the sugar to 1-2/3 cups, but that's only because I use Demerara or turbinado sugar, both are from the first press of the sugar cane and are naturally sweeter. I added 2/3 cup coconut and used slivered almonds instead of walnuts. Turned out great! This is a definite keeper (will probably use p..."
Jul 25, 2008 on Food.com
"This is top notch! I was out of egg substitute so used a real egg; also added 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup wheat germ, wondering if it might be too dry, but it came out great! I didn't like the roll recipe that came with my machine, so have been looking for a good wheat roll recipe--this is it."
Apr 23, 2008 on Food.com
"Great flavor! Nice to find a recipe that doesn't use half and half, cream or cottage cheese. This is easily adaptable for any type of meat and vegetables. I too slightly pre-cooked the pie crust shell and it came out fine.Thanks for sharing this recipe!"
Apr 14, 2007 on Food.com
"This is wonderful; so moist and flavorful! For the first time in my life (sadly to say, I am middle-aged, this is the ONLY decent beef roast I have ever cooked and my family loved it.The only thing I would change is the amount of salt used; I will cut it in half next time (personal preference really; most will love this roast as-is. Also, ..."
Feb 16, 2006 on Food.com
"Excellent flavor. I doubled the recipe for company - next time I will decrease the unsalted butter by half (a good 1/4 cup floated on top after baking and did not seem to be soaking in. No size of peach can is listed - I used two 29-oz cans but will drain off a bit of juice next time as it boiled over my pan. I added 2 tsp. almond extract for ext..."
Sep 13, 2004 on Food.com
"I am trying to find something nice to say about these cookies--crispy is one thing, tasting like cardboard is another. Most diabetic cookie recipes have little flavor; these fit right in. VERY dry. Maybe dipped in milk or ice cream?? Won't fix them again."
Jun 29, 2003 on Food.com