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"Just a tip if you haven't tried it. Slice your bananas in 1/2 " rounds and freeze. When making shakes, after blending ingredients, add the frozen banana slices, and forget the ice! The result is a thicker, richer shake. I also use frozen strawberries, blueberries and peaches, just for shakes. I also find that the powdered dry skim milk, when mixed..."
"Thanks for sharing this! I used the suggested raisins and cranberries, but no pineapple. I eliminated the red cabbage and it was fine! The non-fat vanilla yogurt was the perfect low calorie healthy solution to moisten all and add flavor. I also added a packet of splenda, although its not really needed. I just love the sweetness."
"I have been saving this recipe in my cookbook for just the right time. I knew it would be good, and that is an understatement. This is absolutely delicious! I love the moistness and flavor. I decreased the peppers to 2 Tab. in fear of it being too hot, but it is perfect - just a nice kick. I may even be tempted to try 3 Tab. next time :-) This is ..."
"Wow, this was wonderful! My husband is a huge bacon lover so I knew he would love it - he went back for more! I didn't have a green pepper, but it didn't seem to matter. I was out of marjoram as well, but the thyme, salt, pepper, and a little garlic powder flavored the can of yes, plain diced tomatoes, as I didn't have any stewed either. I used cl..."
"This is fabulous!!! I used 2 smaller loaf pans rather than one large. (I recommend parchment paper). I had a jar of applesauce with cinnamon on the shelf to use, but I still used the same spice measurements as given in the recipe. Oh my gosh, it is so, so wonderful. I have enjoyed it stored in the refrigerator. I think the raisins are a must. I al..."
"this is a great recipe...I also omit the french style green beans and double the shoepeg corn..I plan to use this recipe in the future! thanks much for sharing it!"