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"How are these "guilt free"? They taste decent; that's no question... but just because something has kale doesn't make it healthy. Kale has a lot of vitamins in it, (that you can also get from taking a multivitamin, but this is high in fat, (and calories for the amount, and low in protein. Might as well take broccoli, drown it in cheese and call t..."
Mar 26, 2012 on Food.com
"Posting this as "100 percent juice" when you use Jell-O in it is completely inaccurate. You can buy plain gelatin in a store and add juice; there is usually a recipe on the carton. To make it a bit sweeter without adding artificial sugar, you can use frozen juice and not fully reconstitute it."
May 21, 2011 on Food.com
"My roommate in I were in a sort of heaven after I made these. I topped them with cherry pie filling and always ate them warm, which made them all the more perfect."
Jan 13, 2009 on Food.com
"I was seeking something similar to a recipe I once found in a cookbook at my mom's place. This was it, precisely how I remembered it. I used Becel non-hydrogenated half-fat margarine, though I used to use butter; I've noticed no difference. Placing the margarine in the microwave for about 6 or 7 seconds seemed to make it the best consistency for m..."
Apr 10, 2008 on Food.com