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"I'm going to call these "Just One More..." brownies because that's what everyone who tried them said! I used bittersweet chocolate in place of the unsweetened chocolate but didn't change a thing otherwise. Thanks for posting!"
"This was great! I used a 15.5-oz can of white beans, boiled the garlic for 5 minutes, and substituted 2 t. of red wine vinegar for the 4 t. of white wine vinegar. I didn't measure any of the other ingredients precisely, but it came out perfectly. Thank you!"
"This bread had was good, but the flavor of the thyme was a little too strong for my taste. I substituted oil for the butter and mashed sweet potato for the baby food, and had to add about 1/2 cup water to the dough. I also made the dough by hand and baked a baguette-style loaf at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes."
"This was great -- tasty, healthy, quick, inexpensive, and vegetarian. I'll definitely be making it again. Since canned beans are high in sodium, I omitted the bouillon and the salt. I also left out the cornstarch. For extra flavor and nutrition, I used 2 onions, 6 cloves of garlic, and 1 teaspoon of cumin. I also added 2 carrots, 1/8 teaspoon..."
"Yum...this stuff is great, although I hesitate to call it colcannon because I've destroyed any trace of authenticity :) I omitted the cabbage and used about 6 cups total of cooked kale, I sauteed the onions and garlic (6 cloves) in olive oil, and I used regular russet potatoes. I also baked it at 375 for about 45 minutes so that the top got crust..."
"Wow -- these are so easy and so good! I used 1/2 cup coconut and 2 cups of oats, increased the cocoa to 1/3 cup, and used 1 cup of brown sugar in place of the 2 cups of white sugar. I spread the "dough" onto a foil-lined baking pan rather than dropping it by tablespoons. I also used Crisco in place of the butter, but I wouldn't recommend it bec..."
"I've made this twice in the past week and it's great! I added a splash of red wine vinegar and 1/4 t. of white miso to mine. It's a really strongly-flavored dressing, especially right after it's made, so definitely taste it before serving. Thanks for posting!"
"Everyone loved these! I made them a day in advance for schedule reasons and I'm glad that I did -- the texture was better the second day. I cut the recipe in half (put half a beaten egg in the filling and 2 and a half eggs in the brownie part), substituted almond extract for the vanilla, omitted the nuts, decreased the flour slightly (for a fudg..."
"A recipe-writer after my own heart... a little of this, a little of that, cook until done :) My only problem was that my broccoli was done after 40 minutes, and so the garlic that I was roasting wasn't ready at the same time. I did like the broccoli though!"
"These were very easy to make, and they took less than an hour from start to finish. I really liked the crumb crust, but I don't think that the flavor of the apple butter was strong enough to stand up to it. I might try using jelly or pie filling next time. I decreased the margarine to 1/2 cup, doubled the cinnamon, and added 1/4 t. ginger."