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"These were easy to make and DELICIOUS! I was concerned that I might have had too much batter for 12, but it ended up working out perfectly. I did bring the ingredients to room temperature before mixing by recommendation of some of the other recipes that I had looked at. I split these open and served creamy herbed scrambled eggs with a litt"
Jan 20, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed No-Fuss Fruit Tart
"I made this for our Resurrection Sunday dessert and also a bunch of mini tartlets for church using the filling part of this recipe (for the crust I did a standard buttery pastry crust that I pre-baked). The filling was super easy to make and tasted like you spent a lot of time on it. I did use storebought lemon curd, but would love to try to fi"
Apr 25, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Instant Chocolate Cake
"I have made microwave in a mug cakes before, and they have been good. This one had a horrible flavor, I actually spit it back out. It tasted like flour sugar and egg mixed together. There was no real blending of flavors, and was just terrible. I have tasted some pretty bad baked goods in the past, this was by far the worst! It was totally a waste of the ingredients. I'm very disappointed. Also, if you are going to make this, be sure to use a VERY LARGE mug. I used a 16 oz mug and the cake expanded 2 inches above the top of the mug while "baking".
Apr 4, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com