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"First time ever making granola. I always substitute applesauce for oil when baking to make things healthier and I did that here with perfect results! Stirred every 8 mins as a prior reviewer suggested. Thanks!"
"Really great and simple. Used fresh minced garlic, sliced baby bellas and dried chives (wish I'd had fresh, but still very good.) Thanks, Janice!"
"These came out WONDERFULLY. Thanks, Nikki! I used 7 eggs instead of the eggs/whites because I feel weird about just using whites in things and wasting the yolks - yolks are the best part! :) Also added some bacon bits - makes them a tiny bit unhealthier but added an awesome dimension of flavor."
"I thought this was fantastic. Made as directed, BUT I didn't make mine vegetarian - I used 6 cups of chicken broth and added a pound of crumbled italian turkey sausage. Also added about a cup of pasta sauce to give it even more of an italian feel. Grate fresh parmesan on top, too! Everyone LOVED it. Thanks!"
"This was the first time I ever made risotto, and it truly came out restaurant-quality fantastic. Followed the recipe exactly, but browned some cubed prosciutto and added it at the very end with the shrooms - made a really amazing main dish. My more advanced-palate friend and my meat-and-potatoes boyfriend both loved it!!"
"For the days when I want to eat meatless, this is a STAPLE. I've been making it for about a year. I make this on the stovetop exactly as written, except I add some bell peppers and mushrooms with the onion, add sriacha (hot sauce) or red pepper flakes for heat - and serve with brown rice and grated Parmesan on top. Really tasty, super healthy meal..."
"Hey, I thought this was really tasty. I added garlic powder, onion powder and paprika. I also didn't grind up the oats, because I'm lazy. Baked in a loaf pan and tented with foil. Makes a really dense bread and you can't beat how EASY this recipe was. Thanks for sharing!"
"These are great. 3 points apiece. I substituted applesauce for the oil and added 1 tsp of vanilla. Very simple to make, and easy to mix with a spoon, so no need for a mixer. They aren't super sweet, but taste kind of old-fashioned, which I like. I'll make again! Thanks Heather! ;)"
"I've made this a few times now, so it's time for review. This is such an easy way to make an enormous, healthy pot of stew, and it keeps wonderfully - I make it on Sundays and eat it for lunch all week! The recipe is forgiving, too - you can add whatever veggies you have hanging around, and I usually add a can of beans too for added protein."
"I've made these a few times, so it was time to review! I've made this as a turkey loaf and most recently as turkey muffins. If so you can bake at 350 until done..muffins took about 30 mins. I follow the recipe but add diced pepper, a bit of parmesan cheese and a dash of olive oil, which DOES keep it moist. Thanks!"