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"The 5 stars is from my sister (I didn't taste them ^^')I must admit, I made some changes: 2/3 cup of brown sugar, little bit less vanilla, no nuts and white chocolate chips.Next time I'm going to check at 17 min, because my sister likes them more gooey :)"
"Yummy! My parents loved it. I messed the frosting, so we ate it plain. No problem. Here some changes I made: Make half the recipe. Separate the egg and beat the white until peaks form. Subbed 1/8 of the sugar for Splenda. Use 1% milk with vinegar for the buttermilk. I even used a cheap cocoa, but next time I'll be sure to use a good brand. Thank y..."
"This recipe is awesome! I did found it a tab bit too sweet, so I will remove a tbsp next time. I used 1 tsp of molasses (it adds a buttery flavor). I like the fact that they are not puffy like other low-fat cookie recipe. I had bake some with and without parchment paper. The ones without spread more and looked better. For those who are wondering, ..."
"These baked beautifully and were very pretty. They looked exactly like the ones in the photoes. Next time I'll reduce the temp or the baking time because they were a little bit burned."
"For those who has the problem with the chips at the bottom: I think using MINI chocolate chips will help. Also, like the recipe indicate, mixing them with the flour mixture will help too."
"Ok, I got a problem. The muffins rose nicely and looked very pretty. The first day, they tasted great, but the second day, there was an overpowdering baking soda aftertaste. The only change I made was to make 11 muffins, because I thought I didn't have enought batter (but they rose so hight, I should have made 12). What happened?"
"After reading all the other review, I decided to make only 1/3 of the recipe, just in case I miss the recipe (I'm a novice baker). Well, guess what? These turned out GREAT! (they were a little bit ugly, but it doesn't mind a bit) I even subbed the 1/3 c. of shortening for 1/4 c. of oil. It may have made the dough more sticky, but the result was so..."
"These were good. I followed one reviewer's suggestion for subbing applesauce for the butter, but they stuck to the paper. Next time I'll use just 1/4 c. of oil. However, they still tasted good. Really tender. Orange and cranberry are always a nice combo :). I sprinkled the top with some orange zest to have a stronger orange flavour."