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"Nice recipe! I used it to make 12 supersized muffins, which were moist and yummy! The only change I made was to leave out the raisins -- my family just isn't into baked goods with raisins for some reason. I think these would also be quite nice with chopped nuts added in. I'll be making these muffins again!"
Jun 22, 2008 on Food.com
"Just what I was looking for! My family prefers the cookie-type hamantashen over the cake-y ones. These are great - they bake up golden and even a little crisp. For fillings I used poppyseed, strawberry jam and peanut butter with chocolate chips (weird but a family tradition!. And the recipe makes a ton, enough for home and mishloach manos. I'll b..."
Mar 17, 2008 on Food.com
"Great recipe!! My modifications: I mixed in about 1/4 cup chocolate chips and made 6 really large muffins instead of 10, because that's the kind of muffin tin I have. I also baked these at 350 instead of 450 -- that seemed like a typo to me, as all the muffin recipes I have call for 350. Turned out just fine at 350 for 20 minutes in my convection..."
Feb 12, 2008 on Food.com
"Oh my gosh, these were incredible! I made these for my parents on Thanksgiving and Mom (who doesn't even bake asked for the recipe!And I didn't even make the topping! I also cut the sugar in the batter down to about 1.5 cups, I used all white flour, and I used canola oil instead of olive oil because I only had extra virgin and that just seemed wr..."
Dec 2, 2007 on Food.com