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"This was amazing. I used a can of coconut milk and water to make up the 2 cups, omitted the almonds (didn't have any), and used the smaller amount of maple syrup. I'm sure the coconut milk increased the calories considerably, but since it's not eaten everyday..."
"I have made this three times now and my family loves it. The first time I followed the recipe exactly, the second time I had about 3 Tbsp of parmesan left in a container, so threw it in (and my husband told me to always make it with the cheese), the third time I was out of parsley and so felt compelled to make one minor adjustment and use Italian..."
"My husband hooked me on these a few years ago - he says he can't have Christmas without them - and I've employed our daughter in making them since she was two years old (makes a huge mess, but it's great fun having her "help"), but I misplaced the recipe last year... Our usual recipe didn't call for coconut or OJ, but I like the balls even more w..."
"My Nana made this too. It's my favorite comfort food on cold stormy days or when I have a cold. Her recipe says to make it with brown sugar in both the cake part of the recipe and in place of the syrup (this was the first recipe I made by myself)."
"This cake worked out quite well for me (note about comment below - a strong baking soda aftertaste usually means it's time for a new box); it was nice and moist with great texture. I used pecans instead of walnuts because I had them on hand, and they seemed to do the trick. However, I found the cinnamon in the topping overpowered the maple syrup ..."
"I had some slightly over-ripe peaches to use up and thought I'd try this, but since my crock-pot was already in use and it was too hot to turn on the oven, I toseed everything into my breadmaker. It turned out beautifully. "
"Wonderfully simple and tasty recipe! My husband looked a little terrified when I told him I was making pumpkin soup (his family isn't very adventurous when it comes to eating), but he went back for seconds, and thirds. "
"These were wondrous; my hubby and I both thoroughly enjoyed them and will make them again. I didn't have swiss, so I used cheddar and added a bit of basil; the sauce tasted so good I could have (and did, if the truth must be known) eaten it straight... :)"