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"This is a great recipe that I used often but the nutmeg or spice is a great addition. I have heard of cinnamon being used and I have read it is a Greek addition. My mom used to put it in her sauce once in awhile. Thanks for posting!"
"This is a great sauce! Adding the fresh basil at the end is perfect. Cooking it will cause flavor loss. This is a good slow cooker recipe I think. I guess I would make a big batch and divide it up and freeze to use when I needed it. I would leave the basil out and add it right before serving. I usually top my pizza right out of the oven with..."
"I always use the no knead process to make my pizza dough. I make it the night before, cover it with plastic wrap and let it rise in the bedroom where it is warmer. This dough is so forgiving. The next day I just let it be until I am ready to bake. The best dough should be proofed for 8 to 24 hours. The longer it proofs the better the flavor...."
"This is a brilliant pizza! Since we are diabetic it would be great to have this once in awhile. I make a no knead crust that is out of this world but this certainly looks worth having as well. Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe! I think I could eat pizza every day!"
"These are delicious. Don't overbeat these scones for a more tender batter. Also, I used orange oil and orange flower water. Buttermilk offers the best scones in my opinion. Someone said they were more like a muffin. Well in Britain, that is pretty much what they are! I am not sure what the expectations were. Scones are like a quick bread ..."
"How cute are these! They made me LOL too. Made me feel like a kid again. Whimsical and adorable. Just what was needed. Thanks for posting! : )"
"I can't wait to try these. I have a new stand mixer coming in a few days and I have to catch up on my Christmas baking. I, also, have a new sugar free product to try, Swerve confectioners sugar to ice my sugar free sugar cookies. Just bought a lot of green and red cherries for breads so this will be perfect. Thanks for a great recipe that..."
"To make this diabetic friendly use sugar free maple pancake syrup and Splenda for the sugar. Hubby could not tell the difference and it can be had guilt free."