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"Due to living in Australia and not having access to Kool-Aid, I made this without it - yum! Kids thought it was great. Thanks for posting."
"What a great idea! I like mine a bit more moist, so next time I'll add more oil but over all a wonderful recipe and cake for one. Not rubbery, very fluffy and light. I will be passing this onto a friend who lives alone and enjoys cake but doesn't bake due to being single. Thanks for sharing, this recipe could be deadly for my skinny ..."
"I made these this afternoon (I had a couple of apples that needed to be cooked with or thrown out next week). Mine came out more like a cake (which is fine) but I was expecting a dense texture. I left out the nuts (my kids school is nut free and wanted them to be able to take them). I swapped marg. for butter - I am going to play with this reci..."
"I made these a few weeks back - rather than doing them on the stove top I chopped them (a bit smaller than you would for the stove top) and baked them. 30 - 35 minutes in a hot oven and they were crunchy and delicious. I didn't have the time to keep watching them - thanks for the recipe."
"Here in Australia black beans in a can don't exist. So, I had to soak mine and cook them (they are a bit hard to find as they aren't popular - we are more influenced my Asian cooking). I added a bacon bone, a green capsicum (pepper) and extra bbq sauce (I left out the sugar - I'm thought it would make it too sweet). I cooked mine..."
"I was running late (again - 4 kids do that to you). I didn't bother with the layers, mixed it all together and topped with cheese and baked. Tastes similar to a lasagna with out all the fuss and everyone loved it. Left overs re-heat beautifully. Thanks for posting"
"Yum! Used my sandwich press to reduce the fat content. I added the left over chicken in some of them (a great way to clean out the fridge). My DH dipped his in salsa. Thanks for posting."
"I read the name of this dish and had to inspect. Being an Aussie mum (Aussie is pronounced Ozzie, like Mozzie) I can assure you kookaburra wings aren't available to buy, honey soy is the norm. Funny to see such an important bird to our land used in a dish - its funny. Thanks for posting, it gave me a giggle."
"This is lovely, but wish I had read more reviews and reduced the sugar. I used 3 very ripe "packham" pears that I didn't want to throw out, after peeling them I chopped them fine as I knew grating them wouldn't work. I would prefer pieces of pear in the bread, so next time I will chop the pears larger (but this is personal pr..."