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"My dog loved these- they are his very favorite treat now! I used two 4 ounce jars of organic sweet potato/chicken dinner. I totally cheated and just threw it all into the bread machine to mix and knead... set the timer for 10 minutes and pulled it out to shape and cut. (Ended up adding a bit more flour to get it stiff enough."
May 23, 2005 on Food.com
"These were great! Very rich. I could tell the dough would make a ton, so I ended up using 1 ball of dough at a time, and did them in a smaller pan. (Just adjusted the raspberry filling to fit That way I got fresh yummies a second time. I will definitely make these again!"
May 13, 2005 on Food.com
"I made this as posted, except in two 9 inch pans. Texture was lovely, moist and fine. The flavor, however, was different from what I expected. It has an unusual, almost artificial tasting sweetness, probably from the sour milk. DS loved it, but DH, DD and I weren't so sure. I will make it again, but use regular milk and see if that helps."
May 3, 2005 on Food.com
"I've made this a couple of times now, and we love it. I do the no-crust muffin tin version. I use an 8 oz container of the EggBeaters stuff (for DH South Beach dietand add half & half to get to 3 cups in my measuring cup. I ramp up the quantities of the other ingredients a little, too. This gets me 12 quiches. If I don't have shallots on hand, I ..."
Mar 21, 2005 on Food.com
"I made this for my kids as an afternoon snack cake. They (and I loved it! As recommended by a prior reviewer, I only used half the allspice and it was just great. I use unsweetened applesauce and did not frost it, and that was perfect. I will definitely make this again."
Jan 6, 2005 on Food.com
"Although I enjoyed the finished product, there were a few hitches. I had to special order the citric acid from a pharmacy 'cuz none of the 5 drugstores in town carried it. Cost $24, but was enough for 1 1/2 batches. Epsom salts came from the Dollar Store, so that was OK.Found that the product clumped into one piece- not sure if I did something w..."
Oct 17, 2004 on Food.com
"Okay, not exactly a recipe- but here's my version: Take down the shower curtain and put it into the washing machine with 2 large bath towels. Add regular amount of detergent- I guess you could use some bleach, too, if your towels are white. Run the washer using warm/cold/gentle cycle. Remove *promptly* after the spin cycle and hang back up. Wrin..."
Sep 23, 2004 on Food.com