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"I tweaked this kind of a lot for my husband's and my tastes, and actually ended up posting my version Recipe #508813 with credit to Kaarin, of course! Thanks so much for a really amazing recipe!"
"Make sure to drain, rinse and dry the chickpeas! And If you need grain-free baking powder, you can use 1 part cream of tartar + 1 part baking soda + 2 parts arrowroot as a substitution. They're yummy! The honey can be subbed for agave nectar, too."
"Wow! These are similar to a cracker toffee I make every holiday with saltines and chocolate chips; this is an awesome variation! Will try soon and rate then :)"
"Thank goodness you posted this!! I wasn't looking forward to changing everything from grams :) Haven't made just yet, will return to rate when I do!"
"I was just getting ready to post this for safekeeping when I saw it was already here. This is PHENOMENAL!! I was lazy and just topped with crunchy fried onions from the can rather than the fried shallots.... still amazing. Inhaled by everyone!"
"Chicken cutlets worked well with this preparation; an easy and quick dinner that pleased both the adults and the kids! The sauce tasted good over the accompanying white rice too."
"I've been making different versions of key lime pies all summer; I do believe I've found "the one"! The sour cream topping makes this pie, although I did add a tad more powdered sugar to sweeten it up just a bit more. Next time, I would probably double the sour cream topping. Even my oldest son, who is not a fan of key lime pie, chowed this one do..."
"My sister and I do this one, with a couple of changes: we add a sliver of frozen pepper Jack cheese along with the jalapeno in the shrimp cavity (frozen so it doesn't melt away completely during grilling), and we don't bother with the BBQ sauce - basting with white worcestershire sauce mixed with melted butter makes these DIVINE!"