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"SO disappointed!:( I usually substitute all sorts of "healthy junk" in my cookies, but wanted to make these exactly as directed because the ratings were so good! These have a good flavor but were not at all chewy. They flattened out in the oven immediately and didn't stay together. Now I have a couple dozen paper-thin cookies with burned edges:( ..."
Feb 28, 2011 on Food.com
"I can't bake anything without making alterations and these were no different. I used half applesauce, half margarine, 2/3 cup of each of the sugars, flax instead of eggs, wheat flour instead of white, double vanilla and nearly double the salt, and just a sprinkling of nutmeg. My goodness, are they lovely! Fragrant, and crisp on the outside/chewy o..."
Feb 28, 2011 on Food.com
"This is VERY good and much easier than the traditional recipe with boiled potatoes I usually make. However, my dough was WAY too moist. I probably used about 3 cups of flour, not including the flour I used on the table to stretch it into ropes. I would make a couple of suggestions to avoid this:1 Make sure you use enough potato flakes, or perhaps..."
Feb 27, 2011 on Food.com
"This was very good, but I did make some alterations: I found it to be a bit thin, so I used 8 ice cubes. I used only 1 tsp. honey and added one splenda packet to fill out the sweetness. The citrus flavor was definitely dominant, but not overpowering. Overall, a delicious smoothie! I will be making this again."
Jul 10, 2010 on Food.com
"These were perfect and beautiful. I used margarine instead of butter because I don't like my cookies to be poufy. Many users described them as being 'dry'. I assume this is due to the volume of solid stir-ins, so I reduced the chocolate chips to 2cups and the nuts to 1cup and baked for 10 minutes on a light baking sheet. I was surprised by the amo..."
Jul 9, 2010 on Food.com
"This is a wonderful recipe! I made it exactly as directed, except that I didn't have any green onions or lemons/lemon zest. I only had breasts that had been cut into strips so I cooked them that way and really liked how 'breaded' they seemed, since there was more surface area of course. After cooking, I cut the chicken into bite-size pieces and se..."
Apr 25, 2010 on Food.com
"This is wonderful! I did make a few alterations: cut the sugars to 1Tablespoon each (I'm too lazy to do 4 tsp, added only 1 tsp milk, upped to flour to 1/4 cup, added a pinch of salt, and mixed in 1 tsp each of oats and peanut butter- just great!"
Aug 9, 2009 on Food.com
"This is the softest snickerdoodle I've ever tasted! But it's not doughy and gooey- just light and absolutely tender! I didn't have cream of tartar, so I omitted it. But next time I want to try adding 1 tsp of key lime juice- yum! I also only had one egg, so I added 2 Tbsp water to my wet ingredients, and 1 Tbsp powdered egg to the dry ingredients...."
Jul 6, 2009 on Food.com
"I altered this one a bit by using half milk, half water, and adding 3/4 tsp of vanilla and 2 Tbsp sugar. Also, all I had on hand was mixed berries instead of straight strawberries. It is so good! Next time I think I'll use all milk and add a bit of orange juice concentrate."
May 29, 2009 on Food.com
"To be honest, this wasn't my favorite. The syrup and applesauce made the finished product very gummy and elastic. In the end it tasted kind of floury and had a little bit of a metallic taste to it (most likely from the baking powder. I cut the recipe down to one serving and didn't cook it- so I don't know how well they bake. Sorry, it's still edi..."
May 20, 2009 on Food.com