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"This was a SMASH hit in my house. The BF couldn't stop talking about it, and even though I doubled the sauce based on your comments, I'm gonna have to triple or quadruple it next time! We paired it with Dreamfield's rotini, and it was scrumptious. :)"
"Better than I would have thought! I will echo some other comments - tweak to your spice likings (I added garlic powder to the meatballs and onions to the broth) but definitely a yummy base and a great low-carb staple. And something different to do with ground beef! Thanks!"
"Truthfully, I'd probably only give these three stars - but I altered the recipe a bit (upped the parmesan, left out the breadcrumbs - in an attempt to de-carb it) so I'll take the blame for one star... But I just found these kind of... well, they just tasted like tuna and spinach. Not a terrible thing, just kind of boring. (And more spinach than..."
"Tried this with a mock french toast thing (which was ok, but not great) but the compote was fantastic. I hadn't really thought of doing this before because silly me thought without sugar it wouldn't really work. I was happy to be wrong. Thanks for posting!"
"So delish and simple! I used Splenda and Truvia for the sweetener to cut the sugar, but otherwise followed the plan. I whipped the cream maybe a little too long - I ended up with a pretty stiff mixture (though it still tasted fabulous). But I just sliced up the berries and made a parfait out of it. So it's versatile too. Thanks for posting!"
"Very very yummy. I used it with chicken thighs, and it turned out very full of flavor and juicy. We found it just a tad bit salty though, so I'll probably cut the salt down next time, but that's more a personal preference thing. Thanks for the recipe. :)"
"Easy and yummy. I'm not doing south beach (so I used regular mayo, cheese, and cream), but wanted something different to do with my ground beef... this fit the bill. Thanks for posting it. :)"