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"I used a lemon cake mix, butter instead of oil, added a cup of chopped dried apples, and a couple of drops of carmal candy oil flavoring, then topped with brown sugar. WOW! aaawwweooossssooommmmmme! American apple pie in a cookie. Made these for my new neighbors to welcome them to the neighborhood."
Oct 3, 2008 on Food.com
"OMG!!!! tastes like what my mom used to make when I was a child (she was an italian trained chef. She'd make stuff like this for us at home because it was easy and took little effrt. If your job is to cook complex dishes night after night you'd cook simply at home. We eat alot of mistakes but this wasn't one of them, thanks for posting this, m..."
Jul 19, 2008 on Food.com
"I agree that the time is too long. I have an extra large 8 qt crock pot so I can double this recipe. Omitting the banana, upping the egg amount, and keeping the bread in cubes makes for a custard consistency with bites of brownie texture, wonderful. We eat this not just for dessert but also for breakfast."
Apr 22, 2008 on Food.com
"OMG!!!! I remember having this in Thailand but it was saltier, the thai's like sweet and salty coconut. LOVE IT, just can't keep it around, everybody eats this soo fast, even the DH who doesn't eat sweets! Thanks for posting this."
Feb 25, 2007 on Food.com
"Great starter recipe! Use this basic all the time. I prefer to use reconstituted non-fat dry milk. After cooling, I stir in "flavors"... minced onion &/or garlic, chives, peppers, whatever. Serve with crackers or toasted lavish. Yum!!!"
Jun 17, 2006 on Food.com