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Joined: May 05, 2009
Birthday: Jul 04
"I haven't made this yet, so I cannot comment on the flavor, but I just wanted to add that you could easily cut out 3g carbs per serving without affecting flavor by replacing the corn starch with Konjaku, guar, or xanthan powder (all-fiber thickeners so effectively zero net carbs. You could further reduce the carb count by 4.3g/serving by replacin..."
Mar 27, 2012 on Food.com
"I'm pretty sure this is my second time making these, but the first time was like 2 years ago, so I'm not sure. Anyways, I know the first time I made them they did not brown (as predicted by the author, but this time they did, but I added egg this time, so I wonder if that's why... Also, instead of Splenda I used about 1/2 tsp of liquid Stevia ext..."
Mar 8, 2012 on Food.com
"This recipe was a big hit! I sold these in a bake sale. I made 2 pans of this, and sold almost all of it-my chocolate chip ones sold out first. I even had one person asking me for the recipe cuz she wanted to make more exactly like mine! Since I only had a few chocolate chips, I added candy corn to the rest of the batter (found out the candy corn..."
Nov 26, 2010 on Food.com
"It was just ok/tolerable. The flavors didn't meld at all. I didn't change the recipe, so I don't see what I could have done wrong. Maybe I didn't add enough salt..."
May 17, 2010 on Food.com
"Is it sad that I bought a quart of Crystal (hot sauce just for this recipe? This is one of my favorite low carb recipes--low fat, too! I make it all the time. It's especially great because I can put the chicken and marinade in a freezer bag and into the freezer and voila! low carb-low fat OAMC recipe! (Once a month cooking You should add those 3..."
May 10, 2010 on Food.com
"Wow! Thank you thank you thank you Luby luby luby for posting this recipe! There are so many great things about this recipe: Delicious - Low-Carb - Affordable!I needed to cook up the chicken I bought on sale, and had this recipe saved in my cookbook for a while... I wish I had tried it sooner! I used about 1 lb of chicken strips, and I used half ..."
May 10, 2010 on Food.com
"Low-calorie and low-fat I can see, but sugar free does not equal low-carb. Pudding companies lower the fat content by replacing it with cornstarch which is very high in carbs, and significantly raises the glycemic impact of this dessert.Low-fat dieters--enjoy!Low-carb dieters--beware! This dessert WILL raise your insulin, taking you out of the ..."
Dec 26, 2009 on Food.com
"I just want to make an important note for those wanting to serve diabetics: this is reduced sugar, not sugar free, as you can see in the Nutrition Facts. (apples naturally contain sugar Also, white flour is readily converted to sugar in the body, with a Glycemic Index (GI of 85, higher than that of the apple's 40 and even the table sugar (GI of ..."
Dec 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I did everything wrong and my husband still loves them. This recipe must be impossible to screw up! I didn't add any nuts, and I didn't realize till it was in the oven that I should've added chocolate chips, but I just sprinkled powdered sugar on top, and dipped some of them in chocolate on one end. They look fabulous!"
Dec 18, 2009 on Food.com
"It rose fine for me, but had a dry texture despite being moist. I only made it once, so I couldn't tell you if adding more oil will fix that or not. Also, I never seem to like the flavor of fake sugar cooked (Splenda or Aspartame, so I just couldn't really get into this bread.I know this is probably obvious to experienced cookers, but be patient..."
Nov 30, 2009 on Food.com