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"I didn't even think I liked bread and butter pickles, but after having some homemade ones at my mother-in-laws, I decided to give this recipe a whirl. Simply awesome! I have made this recipe multiple times now, canning it sometimes, making a half batch and tossing it in the fridge other times. This is the only pickle my husband and I want on burge..."
Jul 30, 2012 on Food.com
"I am not vegetarian and have tried many different waffle recipes. I love the flavor of these waffles! The banana flavor is mild, not overwhelming. I made the following changes: vanilla almond milk for soy milk, coconut oil for canola, and only 2 tablespoons of flax meal (since the meals thickens more than seeds would. Served with syrup and toaste..."
Dec 11, 2011 on Food.com
"Great recipe. The cheese makes it taste very rich and similar to potato soup, but with far fewer carbs. Great for my diabetic dad. It also froze beautifully. I'm going to play around with using different types of cheese, maybe a smoked cheddar or one made with stout. Just don't pick a bland cheese, as it imparts a lot of the flavor! As with many s..."
Nov 30, 2011 on Food.com
"These are the real deal. The cookies are chewy, but not cakey. Just like you got them at a bakery. This is the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe. I even prefer it to Alton Brown's recipe that uses bread flour. I used to make it all the time for my coworkers and it was probably the most requested thing I made. Make this, you will LOVE it. Don't be ..."
Sep 21, 2011 on Food.com
"My new favorite banana muffin recipe! The only changes I made were to add more cinnamon to the topping and use 1/4 cup brown and 1/2 cup granulated instead of all granulated in the batter. I used pecans for the nuts and next time I think I will double the amount because the slightly caramelized pecans on top were divine! You can see my adaptation ..."
Sep 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe! Only changes I made were to add more cinnamon and use brown sugar instead of white. I also let the batter rest a few minutes before using. The batter will be pretty thick, but will cook up fine. Used 1/4 cup measure as directed and my cakes cooked up in a little under 2 minutes per side on a 375 degree electric griddle. I didn't ..."
Apr 23, 2011 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe! My husband and I gobbled up the whole batch ourselves! My favorite parts were the smaller crispier, almost burnt parts. Next time I'll cut the pieces smaller so that the whole batch is crispy. I'm also going to look for a popcorn seasoning mix to blend with the olive oil next time."
Apr 21, 2011 on Food.com
"BEST PANCAKE RECIPE EVER!!! Only changes I made were to add cinnamon and a little vanilla and let the batter sit 10 minutes before pouring on the griddle. Very fluffy, like the best restaurant pancakes! DH and I (who are quite the pancake connoisieurs agreed these are the best. Used 1/4 cup measure a little underfilled and got 8 cakes. The only w..."
Jan 12, 2011 on Food.com
"Absolutely awesome! I couldn't find small enough hens so I used larger ones and they just cooked a little longer. The jus-like gravy with this is scrumptious! The only thing I would change is to make a double batch next time! My husband is already begging me to make this again. Yum!"
Dec 15, 2010 on Food.com
"Very close to the real thing. The texture was great and the cottage cheese gave it a similar flavor to that of a buttermilk pancake. The only additions I made were some cinnamon and a little stevia to sweeten them a bit. These cook a bit longer than regular pancakes, about 6 plus minutes per side until their well browned, otherwise the flax is gu..."
Oct 12, 2010 on Food.com