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"My picky eater doesn't like cauliflower, but does like this.I use less mayo and more garlic, lots more garlic. I also use my immersion blender, very easy.For fun, I used a purple cauliflower. I didn't expect to stay a vibrant purple, but it did. I think kids would like the purple food."
Dec 11, 2007 on Food.com
"Delicious! I used 1 T of ginger and decided that I wouldn't want to use more than that. I like cookies less sweet, so I didn't use any sugar to roll the cookies. Still these are plenty sweet.If you put make one inch balls, you get nice little 1 1/2- 2 inch domes. They don't spread much, so you can put them fairly close on the pan.These are..."
Sep 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Yum! Good old fashioned taste. Not too sweet. I like these cooked long enough to be a little crispy on the outside.I make it dairy-free with soy milk instead of milk and melted coconut oil instead of butter. I also make it healthier by using white whole wheat flour.To save time, I melt the oil in the microwave, then stir it with the other ..."
Aug 7, 2007 on Food.com
"These were simple and fun. Be sure to use a medium/large bowl because the egg whites expand. I used unsweetened coconut and only 1 cup sugar, but they were plenty sweet. Best served warm. Hard to stop eating them!Great recipe to make with kids--the egg whites are fun, not too many ingredients and quick to make."
May 7, 2006 on Food.com
"Not being on a diet, and having a cup of coconut milk leftover from another recipe, I used that, along with a 3 oz. box of (not sugar-free Jell-O Cook & Serve Vanilla. No lump problem. Mine got thick right away (in the pan. It was tasty warm and chilled.My high fat version is just a hair away from pumpkin pie filling. I was surprised to tast..."
Feb 1, 2006 on Food.com
"Great with ground turkey, too. I use 2-3 tablespoons of chili powder--California (mild chili powder, sold in packets in the Mexican foods section. Some like parmesan cheese on top. I make it in a large, oven-proof saute pan, to minimize dishwashing.This version is the same as my childhood version, from a newspaper clipping circa 1960. It's an..."
Jan 31, 2006 on Food.com