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"Yum! This was just what I was looking for. I used semi-sweet chocolate chips, and made a triple-and-a-half batch since I was using a big (29 oz) can of pumpkin, and they are wonderful! I did substitute pumpkin pie spice for the individual spices listed. They baked up big and fluffy. I used a 3-Tbsp. size scoop and the longer baking time with ..."
"I had this recipe for a long time and then it mysteriously disappeared. I was so sad! I was thrilled to find it again here. Very yummy recipe! For a delicious variation, you can sprinkle chocolate chips on top after you spread it in the cake pan. When the chips are shiny, spread them across the candy before cutting into squares. Yummy!!"
"This really is a delicious recipe, and makes the home smell wonderful! However, Bogey'sMom was right, it's not a "barbecue sauce" but much more of a chili sauce. Mixed with a little bit of grape jelly, it would make a fabulous sauce for meatballs!!"
"This is a delightful mix of sweet & tangy. It did take a little bit longer to set up (about 36 hours before all the 1/2-pint jars were fully set) but they sealed with no problem and taste wonderful!"