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"I've been making this hot fudge sauce for almost 40 years. I was in a Betty Crocker cookbook I received as a wedding present in 1972. I love it. It's very thick and fudgy and so easy to make."
Oct 10, 2011 on Food.com
"This was pretty good. I did have to add more spices to it. I used 1 cup Splenda instead of sugur and only 1/4 cup oil and the rest applesauce. It was very good. Only problem is it didn't raise very much. I'll buy new baking soda and try again. I subtracted one star because I had to add more spices to it."
Jul 14, 2011 on Food.com
"I thought I reviewed this already. We love this recipe. The first time I made it I followed the recipe. This time I used I Can't Believe It;s Not Butter, lite mayo and dried minced onion and it was still very good. Only thing is that it was a little greasy, so next time I'll use less margarine."
Jul 11, 2011 on Food.com
"I forgot to rate this last summer when I used fresh rhubarb. It was the best strawberry rhubarb pie ever. Everyone loved it. So, I'm making it for Thanksgiving using frozen rhubarb and strawberries. I hope it's just as good. I'll let ya know. Oh, I bake on the bottom rake so the crust isn't doughy. I made this using frozen rhubarb and it wasn't a..."
May 7, 2011 on Food.com
"Update: These were great when I made them, but the next day they were dry and the glaze soaked in them. I had to throw them away. So if you make them, eat them the same day. I'm going to look for another recipe.
This is the exact same recipe I received with my mini electric doughnut maker. A few tips I learned: using my mini doughnut make..."
Feb 28, 2011 on Food.com
"I made this from my TOH magazine several years ago. They are very good. You may want to cut them in very small pieces as it's very rich. I also didn't care for the butterscotch chips, so in the future I'll use semi-sweet choc chips. It is also time consuming, but makes a lot. It has been well received as Christmas goodies. I wanted to include in m..."
Dec 5, 2010 on Food.com
"I really liked this version. It's not as salty as most, which I really appreciate. It's not boring at all. ;Thank you for taking the time to post."
Dec 19, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! This is the best banana bread I've eaten. It's very moist and really easy to make. I also like the fact that the ingredients are everyday staples I have on hand. I don't use buttermilk or sour cream often, so it's nice to have a recipe that doesn't call for them. I am, however, going to try using applesauce instead of the butter to make it a ..."
Nov 18, 2009 on Food.com
"My son just made these and we really liked them. They reminded me of the chocolate cupcakes at Costco. Ours did turn out cakey, but DS may have overbaked them. We will make again."
Jul 13, 2009 on Food.com
"These are the best choc chip recipe I've tried on 'zaar. I used 2 c semi sweet chips and 1 c cinnamon chips. Very good. Only change I made was I used 1 c butter, softened and 1/2 c butter flavored Crisco. Next time I'll cut back on the chips. There were too many and made them overly sweet for me, but I'm diabetic and not used to sweet foods anymor..."
May 1, 2009 on Food.com