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"I made this last year for my husband's birthday. He had been missing the light angel food cake made for him as a child by his great aunt. Many people tried to re-create it for him, but last year after the party he whispered to me "THIS is the cake!" It was so deliciously light with a perfect texture and went well with the extra creamy non dairy..."
"Absolutely fantastic! I made it exactly as written without add-ins or substitutions. I used Emeril's Bayou Blast cajun seasoning. This is definitely restaurant quality. Even my 5 year old son ate every bite!"
"If you love nutmeg, these are for you! I found the recipe after many years and they are as good as I remember. My recipe is slightly different, but not enough to change it significantly. These are also very pretty to present with the nutmeg sprinkled on top. You can even tint the icing with food coloring if you want."
"This is a great recipe that I enjoyed as a child, too. I had always thought my parents had made it up (recipe title included) until I saw it on a website. It's tasty...much better than Hamburger Helper."
"Excellent. I used turkey kielbasa and it was fine. It had a nice kick to it, although I may have added too much red pepper flakes. I didn't measure. My hubby and 3 year old liked it too."
"I"m back to this recipe now to get another copy. I made them for church and I was requested to make them again. They loved them! So easy and flavorful. "
"Wonderful! I think next time I will mix the velveeta in with the other sauce ingredients. I ended up stirring it all together while it was cooking. My husband said "I could stuff myself on this.""
"Wonderful! I have been using the same ingredients by "winging it" and not measuring, but this recipe has the perfect proportions. I ran out of sweet relish halfway through, so used half dill relish in the recipe and it was still great."