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"This was really quick to make and very tasty. Like some other reviewers I halved the sugar in both the batter and the filling and it was quite sweet enough (I would imagine that the original quantities would be sickly sweet! I scattered about a cup of frozen raspberries over the mix just before putting it in the oven - peach melba cobbler! I s..."
Sep 30, 2008 on Food.com
"Yum! A tasty variation of the rice krispie bun. I added a cup of sultanas which worked very well. And these are super-quick to make too. I'll be making them again. They are very rich so I cut them into little bite-sized pieces. I lost count of how many bite-size pieces I made - certainly more than 60. Mind you, at the rate I'm eating them..."
Sep 30, 2008 on Food.com
"Fantastic recipe! I've been asked for this recipe by sooo many people since I started making this cake. It's easy and delicious. I've tweaked the recipe a little bit to make it my own. Firstly, I halved the sugar (per other reviewers suggestions and it's quite sweet enough with half the sugar (I use fair trade brown granulated sugar. Secon..."
May 23, 2008 on Food.com
"Yum-mmmy! Baked these last Sunday and they were a big hit with all my family. Delicious, super-moist and appley. They keep pretty well for a few days too. (The amounts in the recipe make about, ooh, a squintillion (apx. mini muffins : We're still eating 'em on Thursday"
Oct 31, 2007 on Food.com
"I've cooked this recipe several times and always to rave reviews. I take a couple of lazy shortcuts: I just bung the lentils, peanut butter and breadcrumbs (I add about twice the amount of wholemeal breadcrumbs into the pot without blending. A really tasty, filling and nutritious veggie (vegan! recipe that pleases veggies and meateaters alike...."
Oct 1, 2007 on Food.com
"Yum! I don't have a breadmaker ... unless you count my hands, my big bowl and my wooden spoon. But this recipe adapts really easily to making the 'old-fashioned way'. I toasted the sunflower seeds with the oats and then combined all the dry ingredients in a bowl. I subbed sultanas for the rasins as I prefer them. I warmed the milk in a jug in t..."
Sep 1, 2004 on Food.com