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"Needed to cook WAY longer than 10-12 minutes, more like 20! Added 1/4 tsp of rum flavoring and a dash of cinnamon. Replaced oil with applesauce. Very moist and flavorful, adding this to my regular routine!"
"Delicious and simple. Nice that you don't need a mixer to make this, a wooden spoon was enough to blend the ingredients. I substituted applesauce for the oil and 1/2 cup of whole wheat flour for 1/2 a cup of the white. Also added 1/2 cup of chocolate chips. DECADENT!"
"Made these for my very picky son. Per the previous reviews, I added 1/2 tsp of vanilla and freshly ground nutmeg. He really likes them. This recipe is a keeper!"
"excellent! I substituted soy flour for some of the white flour. Also added sage and oregano to the fresh basil. Very clean tasting, will make again!"
"Easy and yummy! I used margarine and coconut extract instead of vanilla. Also, I baked for 4:30 then took out, added sprinkles and back in for 2 more minutes. Grown ups and kids enjoyed these bite sized sweets!"
"Very easy to make, I would cut back on the butter because as a previous reviewer said, it's a bit greasy. Also, my pie needed to cook about 10 minutes longer than suggested here. I have a hard to please Dh and he LOVED this dish!"
"I made this using 3/4 cup of wheat flour in place of 1 cup of white. Three rises later I topped it with asiago shreds. Amazing! Light, fluffy, flavorful, can't wait to make panini sandwiches with this!"
"Simple recipe, producing a fluffy and flavorful muffin. I sub'd 1 cup whole wheat flour for 1 cup of white and used Ikea Lingonberry preserves instead of apricot jam. Will be keeping this recipe!"