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"This is a great recipeallthough a little warm for me. The day after with the spice soaking in made the leftovers very warm spice wise. I would recomend anyone who doesn't like food screaming hot to onlyuse 1 tsp. of the cayanne pepper. Other than that this recipe was fabulous!awesome flavor."
Jan 31, 2006 on Food.com
"I made this and took it to work and the girls loved it. My husband also likes it alot. It was very easy to make but i doubled it to make a 9X13 pan. It is much easier than making traditional butter tarts but has all the flavor of the real thing. Thanks for the nice recipe."
Dec 19, 2004 on Food.com
"Well let me tell you I am having my roof redone as I am writing and they took a coffee break and so they had the muffins. They said they were the best they had. I sent out 7 muffins first and then I had to send out 10. They are almost gone too. I have to waite until more are done to have some because they aren't any left to try. They smelled out s..."
Sep 27, 2004 on Food.com
"This recipe was great. It was light and fluffy. I did it in a 9-13 cake pan it almost went over the sides of the pan. Next time I will do it in muffin tins. I bet it will do very well. I haven't had much success with yorkshire pudding lately so thanks for this recipe. It is a keeper. Mandy"
Sep 26, 2004 on Food.com
"Thankyou for this easy recipe.I also added a little vanilla , I am lucky to get real vanilla from Mexico. I had on similar to this one but lost it. I like this one so much more. My Mom liked this so much she made it for my niece and nephew. It is very crispy and light, I keep them warm in the oven at 200 deg. I put them right on the rack so they w..."
Apr 26, 2004 on Food.com
"This is a nice change from banana bread. I added chopped pecans and peanut butter chips. But I found it made more than a bundt cake. I also used a round cake pan, it didn't take a long to cook so I just watch it. I didn't ice the cake at all but it was just as good without it. Thanks for the great recipe."
Jun 23, 2003 on Food.com
"I just love crockpot recipes. This was very easy and tasty. I make this on Girl Guides night so I can have an earily dinner. It is a nice change from sweet and sour recipes, but I do like them too. "
Apr 28, 2003 on Food.com
"I needed a good laugh today. Long day at work.I live in Canada so you can just keep your fire ants. I have heard they are quite bad. lol. I think we need a good joke in our lives now a days. Well thanks for the laugh. Bye for now"
Feb 11, 2003 on Food.com
"This one is a keeper. I took it to work as a treat and they all wanted the recipe. I am making it for my daughters lunch for the next week. It is also good for breakfast. I one and a halfed the batter portion and cooked it in a bundt pan. You need to increase the time to about 1 hour. But watch it closely after 45 min. "
Feb 9, 2003 on Food.com