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"Absolutely wonderful! I made these a step healthier and changed flours to 1 1/4 c. AP flour, 1/2 c. whole wheat flour, and 1/2 c. oat flour. I also didn't have any apple butter, so I used regular apple sauce and added 1/2 t. Trader Joes Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix. I only used 1/2 the baking soda, and it was plenty. I hate the after-taste of too muc..."
"AWESOME!!! Just the right hint of sweet to pair with the smoky/salty. I actually used this on smoked turkey cutlets for a dinner party, and it was a HUGE success. The leftovers made excellent salads. Will be making this again for sure!!!!"
"These are a very soft truffle, but excellent for a dipping center. I reduced cream by 2 T, and added a scant 1/4 t. peppermint oil. After rolling them out, I frozen them for a few minutes, then dipped in milk chocolate. It was a hit on the Christmas tray, but some people thought the peppermint was a little too strong. Will be doing this again!"
"very yummy! A nice change from most truffles. I wish I would have minced the peels after zesting for better flavor distribution. I also dipped these in white chocolate, then in coconut. This made them a little too sweet. The truffle was very firm, and I had to melt it in the microwave to roll it out. Loved it, though!"
"The flavor is very good, but I had a very hard time preventing this from going grainy. I kept melting it back down (2 times) and adding a little more cream and corn syrup. It was a big hit on the Christmas platter. Very good with burnt almonds."
"Very rich, but very good! I subsituted 1/2 t. raspberry candy oil for the liquor, and rolled in powdered sugar. I froze them for about 2 weeks. The texture was fine, but they needed a light touch-up of powdered sugar. Will definetly make this again!"
"had lots of fun with this! Tried 2 batches, one with coconut extract, rolled in toasted coconut (the best by far!) and one with 1/2 coconut extract, 1/2 orange, which tasted like those gummy orange slices. They were a huge hit with the fam. My only problem was that they seemed to crystalize after a few days. I think I might try reducing the su..."
"Light and delicious! I used a yellow cake mix, and increased apricot nectar to 1 cup, and decreased oil to 1/2 cup. Next time, I think I would replace the water with more nectar as well. For the glaze, I also used 1 1/2 c. powdered sugar, 2 T. nectar, and 1 T. pineapple juice concentrate, and 6 drops hot pepper sauce. It was a nice, warm hint ..."