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"Great recipe! I made a vegan version of this for my sister's bridal shower, which had a Mediterranean food theme. Very cool to find this recipe, since I made the popular 7-layer taco dip for my other sister's baby shower a few months ago. You can't go wrong with 7-layer dips as crowd pleasers!! To veganize: I used Tofurky ground bee..."
"Really nice! I veganized this by using Tofutti cream cheese and Tofutti sour cream. I also added a little bit of red food coloring to make the dip pink. Everyone that tried this loved it. My aunt got a thrill out of dipping chocolate cake pops in, and I really enjoyed it spread on chocolate chocolate chip cookies. My husband's and my favorite..."
"Really good!! This is going in my regular party food rotation. I veganized this, and it came out exactly as I remembered from my childhood. Substitutions were Vegenaise, Tofutti nondairy sour cream, and Daiya nondairy cheddar cheese shreds, which all worked perfectly. All other ingredients are naturally vegan and needed no modification. I used vac..."
"These are basically mini pumpkin breads in the shape of cookies, not cookie-like at all. But they were still delicious and easy to make! They're just not the thing to make if you're looking for something cookie-like."
"Tasted just as I expected! I made this recipe vegan by using Vegenaise instead of standard mayo. My mother-in-law said that she thought I had bought this salad from the store - she was impressed. Great recipe!"
"Excellent. I veganized this recipe, and it turned out wonderfully. Used Earth Balance for the butter, Tofutti cream cheese, Tofutti sour cream, and plain soy milk.Thanks for the recipe!"
"Well, I added so much stuff to this recipe that it was probably nothing like the original recipe, but thank you so much for the base and the idea to get started! I used 4 or 5 cloves of garlic and sauteed a whole onion with the garlic. After adding the beans, I added some black pepper, cayenne pepper, cumin, and chili powder. Last, I stirred in tw..."
"Not bad. Somehow it just tasted mostly like bread to me. If I make it again, I will probably add an egg replacer, since it didn't stick together all that well. My husband seemed to like it. He will like mostly anything if he can smother it in ketchup :) The only complaint he had was that the onions were too big, and that is my fault not the recipe..."
"Really tasty! However, if you put the edamame in frozen, you have to cook it for much longer. I took it out of the oven 50 minutes later, and the beans were still cold. All I had for the seasonings was sage and freshly ground garlic pepper. I would probably chop the garlic into smaller pieces too. I will most likely make this again! Yum and thanks!"