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"Works well, tastes great, not overly sweet. Inspired by the photo, I rolled some of the truffles in powdered sugar, some in cocoa powder, some raspberry cocoa mix and some in finely-chopped pistachios. The irish cream went well with all of those flavors."
"Very tasty! I omitted the food coloring -- the white chocolate makes an attractive stripe all by itself, and then the orange is a surprise."
"I found this to be way too much lemon -- even after I added the remainder of the 1-pound bag of orzo to the salad in an attempt to dilute it -- but my dining companions all went back for seconds, making happy exclamations about freshness and lemonyness. You may wish to start out with a little less zest and juice and add more after tasting the resu..."
"I made this with ground bison and omitted the biscuits, and it's wonderful! It didn't require salt or pepper -- the barbeque sauce had quite enough flavor. (My half-bottle was 6 oz -- I'm not sure a bottle of barbeque sauce is an ANSI standard unit)."
"Strange but very tasty -- my favorite category of recipe! Be sure to read the 11/9/2009 review by "dc lesucre" -- it contains several suggestions that will improve your cooking experience. I wish I had poured off the excess sauce to prevent charring, and I found that I had to re-chill the cream cheese. I used bourbon for lack of rum and found it t..."
"Mine didn't rise at all, the flat tops were pitted with bubbles, and they were dense and moist to the point of being ... rubbery. They were interesting, but not cupcake-like."
"Nom! I used two scoops (one serving) of protein powder, ground flax seed instead of wheat germ as MA HIKER suggested, and mango nectar. Didn't need to add any extra liquid to make up for the flax seed. This was very tasty. I used room-temp fruit, and I'm going to try it with cold fruit next time."
"This bread has the spongy, chewy texture one often finds with baked goods that use apple sauce instead of butter or oil. I'd try using half oil and half apple sauce if I were going to make this again."
"I made a full recipe in a 10x15 cookie sheet, and that turned out to be a great dimension, yielding 35 2x2 bars and 5 1x2 end trimmings. I baked them 25 minutes. I followed suggestions to reduce the jam to 20 oz, and that is a mistake -- it's spread too thin. Go with at least the full 28."