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"Amazing! I've just made a batch of these to take to hospitality at church in the morning and they are fantastic. I increased the recipe to make twelve muffins so I had a full tin and I'm stuggling to keep the kids' hands off of them in the meantime. I think the recipe might make too much crumble topping but we're happily tucking into the excess..."
Jan 9, 2010 on Food.com
"What a fantastic idea! I take it that you give everyone a "menu" with all of the strangely named dishes and let them order what they want. After all, it's not your fault if they didn't realise that they ought order a side of "hey diddle diddle" with "Bullwinkle Bliss" >:-> I'll rate it properly when I've had a chance to try it out!"
Aug 11, 2009 on Food.com
"These were good but I did have to make a couple of subs as I can't easily get shortening or molasses here. I used 1 part soft margarine and 1 part lard instead of the shortening and honey instead of molasses. As the dough was very sticky and adding extra flour to the second half of the batch meant that the middle wasn't as chewy as the first one..."
May 25, 2007 on Food.com
"Okay, lets upgrade that rating to 5* :o freezes well (divided into 8 portions and makes a good breakfast or elevenses. Chocolate chips do sound like a good addition!"
Apr 21, 2006 on Food.com
"Good. This is a good short term energy boost. I did try to call it breakfast one day but could actually feel it wear off partway through the morning. It's perfect as a boost when you finish a workout but need extra energy to make lunch or drive home or something."
Apr 19, 2006 on Food.com
":o Remind me to come to Zaar in the future. This is much the same as what's in the aerosol can I've just bought (minus fragrances but I find loose powder so much easier to work with than an aerosol, particularly on my very thick hair. (I'm not leaving any stars because I haven't actually made this recipe"
Dec 21, 2005 on Food.com
"As we don't have juice concentrate in the UK, I subbed half apple juice and half honey. They remind me a lot of bread pudding - which is no bad thing! With 3 8.15am lectures this semester, breakfast doesn't necessarily happen but I'd prefer to have a homemade bar like this than buy two of the "breakfast" bars at the corner shop. I suspect that ..."
Oct 13, 2005 on Food.com
"Having had problems in the past with cement-like royal icing, I omitted the glycerin which made the recipe slightly too soft although the lack of marzipan (no nuts in the cake really wouldn't have helped.note: Royal icing for Christmas cakes appears to bear no relation to a lot of the other royal icing recipes on this site. I think the other..."
Oct 2, 2005 on Food.com
"My housemate made this cake a few times last year, normally substituting vodka and Kahlua for the wine and rum. He always managed to make it the weekends I was out of town, so I haven't tasted it myself. However, as a result of him making a cake for his last shift as a waiter this summer, this cake is now on the dessert menu at a 5* restaurant o..."
Oct 2, 2005 on Food.com
"I made these as muffins rather than one cake and they turned out well. I forgot that I was going to add vanilla and, due to a lack of real sugar at our corner shop, had to use "half-spoon" sugar where you only use half the amount. I don't know what that did to the consistency but it may not have made much difference. Very easy to make and my ve..."
Jul 1, 2005 on Food.com