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"pretty good, a little fat, maybe next time i will half the recipe and cute the sticks thinner, thanks for another good recipe."
Jun 20, 2010 on Food.com
"Gross, i dont know why this came out so bad, i used everything listed in the amouts listed, and the cake ended up tasting like eggs. I had gotten my hopes up too because all the rave reviews.I used a Duncan Hines, maybe it is just the mix i used. If i get a chance to make it using Crocker, i'll try it again"
Apr 18, 2008 on Food.com
"great i tried it twice, once with chocolate and once with lemon. the lemon ones had an awesome taste, but the sugar got absorbed, and the chocolate ones were divine. I will definitely makes these again!"
Feb 8, 2008 on Food.com
"they were delish, but less than fifteen minutes in, they started to burn. really good taste, but you might want to keep a close eye on them*Edit*Second try merits a 5 star as opposed to a 4 star. once again 13-15 minutes and they are done. this time they did not burn and went well with my burger"
Aug 9, 2007 on Food.com
"I've made this recipe twice already, and both times everyone liked it.the first time, one of my sisters came over in the middle of the baking process (she wasnt staying for dinner and was really jealous after tasting the filling left on the spoon. the family members that did stay for dinner, however absolutely loved it.the second time I cooke..."
Mar 10, 2007 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe! i made it for my mom, dad, and sisters and all of them loved it, even the ones who are very picky about food.one tip on sauteing, it might be easier to cut the meat first, because, especially if you boned and skinned your own chicken, some of the breasts are just too big. "
Sep 3, 2006 on Food.com