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"I've made these a few different ways now and this is my fav variation: Whole wheat english muffins, untoasted. I have found that the texture after freezing and microwaving is the same either way so I save myself the time of toasting. I also skip the butter because anywhere I can trim calories without feeling like I'm missing something is a good th..."
"I've made these a few times and find its a versatile recipe. I like to use TVP (textured veg protein) in addition. Sometimes I saut� some bell peppers and onions to throw in and usually omit the corn just based on personal preference. I also try to use whole wheat tortillas because I'm a whole grain nut. I usually tack another 30 seconds onto the ..."
"Better than the Joy of Cooking version I've been using for years. I used long grain brown rice and it turned out awesome. Hubby hates brown rice and didn't believe me when I told him. The texture came out nice because brown rice takes longer to cook than white. I think white would have been mushy. I made a full recipe for the two of us and froze h..."
"I don't usually go box mix but i was curious about the jello. I had extra large eggs from my farmers market so i reduced it to three. My bake time worked out perfectly at 23 minutes in 3 9 inch cake pans. I had a few pounds of fresh strawberries on hand (beautiful AND on sale, irresistible!) so I went heavy on the fresh berries. I also had a bunch..."
"Makes a great healthy lunch! Definitely adding this to my regular repertoire. We all know that having a rainbow of colors on your plate is a great way to pack in your vitamins and this is an easy way to do it. Bravo!"
"This made such a yummy treat! We toasted it for a while to get a little extra crunch. I'm sending it to work with my honey to get him through long workdays."
"I followed this recipe almost to the t, with one exception: the mix method. I creamed my unmelted butter with my sugars then added my eggs one at a time and then added my buttermilk. I whisked my dry ingredients together in another bowl then added then into my wet ingredients. The resulting cake was incredibly soft, light and fluffy. It was a smas..."
"After a 24 hour race at the track, the guys sent me home with a ton of eggs, milk and bagels. I whipped up this recipe to use up some of the stuff they sent me home with. I substituted the bagels for the french bread. This recipe could have stood for a little more sugar. And the praline sauce could have stood for half the butter. I used more spice..."
"Almost candy. I wanted to take a picture but I couldn't wait to devour them. I melted the butter in a saucepan and added all the ingredients directly to it, which makes for super easy clean up. However, it was a little too warm and when I added the chocolate chunks at the end, they mostly melted. Bravo!"