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"OH. MY. GOODNESS. SO easy and yummy! I made them in a 8x12" pan and it was plenty big. The sauce was so good and they didn't even need ice cream! (I used Fleischmann's unsalted margarine, which is dairy-free b/c of allergies in the family.) DELIGHTFUL! Just the right balance of dough to apple."
"This was SO easy and SO yummy! I didn't have ginger ale, so used a can of 7-up. Let it cook overnight, drained, added a 3/4 bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's barbeque sauce. DONE!
Easy and delicious!"
"DELICIOUS! I made these in the blender, first grinding the oatmeal, adding the remaining dry ingredients (including cinnamon) and then the wet (used almond milk instead of water) with about half of a large Granny Smith apple. I served these with some thinly sliced microwaved apples and cinnamon syrup. SO yummy!"
"I, too, added more lemon juice (1/2 c total) and more zest (1 T). I did not let the crust cool before baking the filling. The hot crust helps cook the filling, just like with meringue! I used fresh lemon juice and zest from Meyer lemons.
They were delicious with these modifications."
"YUM! I made fresh popcorn on the stove (about 1/3 c pre-popped). Once popped, I poured the popcorn in a bowl, topped it with the ingredients listed, put a lid on the bowl and shook. There were still yummy clumps of the brown sugar mixture, but that's okay!!!"
"These were great. They needed a bit of salt at the table, so maybe next time I'll go half low sodium, half regular soy sauce. Otherwise, made them as directed and they were great! I made my own marmalade using this recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/easy-orange-marmalade-78925
"This is delicious and easy to make. Used Meyer lemons and made them in four mini-loaf pans. Should have used 5! I ended up with cake in the bottom of my oven! I cooked the sugar and lemon juice together for the glaze. Yum."
"I used this to make http://www.food.com/recipe/chinese-pork-ribs-crock-pot-477371.
I should have stirred it more frequently, as it browned more than it should have, but it made for delicious ribs!"