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"Just made these. Didn't have buttermilk so I used fat free half and half, fat free greek yogurt and a dash more of lemon juice. Didn't have prune puree either so I just threw in a little more yogurt. I took them out of the oven and my husband inhaled two and I KNOW he wants to go back for a third. We are both on weight watchers and these are 3 pts..."
Jan 22, 2012 on Food.com
"5 star ranking is TOTALLY DESERVED! Husband called it a home run. Crispy, flavorful, a little spicy...do not be afraid of the cayenne and red pepper flakes, they just add a little spice. I did as Alton Brown does and let them sit in the fridge for 90 minutes on a paper towel lined baking sheet to dry out after boiling. Then broiled them, then toss..."
Jul 31, 2011 on Food.com
"This was fantastic, I tweaked a bit....here's what I did: First, after spraying PAM on a 16" pizza pan, I sprinkled about 4 T of Bob's Red Mill coarse ground corn meal before the Mozzarella. This makes more of a 'pizza hut' type crispy crust in the end. Then I added 2 T of soy flour and 2 T of golden flax meal (golden flax has a milder taste and ..."
Feb 23, 2011 on Food.com
"Just made this but I replaced the mozzarella cheese with 1/2 freshly grated sharp cheddar and 1/2 grated parmesan (not the stuff from the can in addition to the stuff in the can. I also added sun dried tomatoes. When I first took it off the parchment paper, I let it cool on a rack and then cut it into four squares, all the while I was a bit appre..."
Feb 15, 2011 on Food.com
"Although I would rate mine 3 stars, I gave the recipe five stars because I didn't make it exactly as written. I didn't use stevia powder, I used a stevia packet and it wasn't sweet at all. Next time I'll use 2 packets of stevia, a little vanilla, some nutmeg and maybe a little pumpkin in place of oil and put some cream cheese on it. Like another r..."
Feb 14, 2011 on Food.com
"This is delicious! Just made it for our super bowl Sunday (GO STEELERS! and it's perfect. Tangy and sweet. Gonna go great with ribs. We aren't eating anything with cheese this superbowl....ha ha. Thanks for posting."
Feb 6, 2011 on Food.com
"I just made this, I'm going to use it on pork back ribs for Super Bowl Sunday. This sauce is delicious! Really tangy. I made just a couple adjustments to suit our taste. First I doubled the recipe. Also, I had some sugar free maple pancake syrup on hand so I added a tablespoon of that in place of the brown sugar, which I don't have. I also added a..."
Feb 4, 2011 on Food.com
"Uhm....WIN! Just made one with eggs & sausage as a breakfast sandwich. Amazing! I thought it would be mealy or grainy like whole wheat bread can sometimes be, you know, dense and grainy. Nope! It's fluffy, firm and completely cuts that craving for toast to dip in my eggs! I will try it with a hamburger next. You could do so much with it....low car..."
Feb 3, 2011 on Food.com
"This is a favorite! I have made it twice. Once with fresh and once with canned peaches. I make a little more topping than the recipe calls for, because in my opinion you can NEVER have enough topping! I send pieces with DH to work for his friends. They actually ask for it. One had a DREAM that I had forgotten the topping. HA! No chance of that hap..."
Jun 20, 2010 on Food.com