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"The pure dark chocolate makes these taste better than the real thing! Although you heat the chocolate to melt, it's easiest to coat the eggs after the chocolate cools - and when the egg part is very hard/cold/frozen. Coloring one-third of the mixture makes for too many yolks and not enough whites. Also the toothpick drying method is messy and..."
"Outstanding in every way! Vibrant colors and flavors (don't leave out the jalapeno), and a filling healthy meal. I made in advance and refrigerated, adding the chilled dressing and sliced mango and avocado before serving. The lime cilantro dressing is an amazing recipe on its own!"
"Delicious, healthy, and pretty! The only chicken broth on hand was a 4 cup carton of flavor-infused culinary broth which made this super delicious, so I highly recommend that (or adding your own herbs or spices) if making for adults."
"Real fast food! So nice to have nutritionally-balanced (but not processed) breakfasts ready to go! I used a lot more seasoning. Also to make these a little healthier, I threw out several of the egg yolks and used sprouted grain(gluten free) tortillas. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"Love, love this dressing! It's tough to find really good salad dressings that don't have sweetener. I used 1/2 cup safflower oil instead of the 2/3 cup. In my grocery store, the Bibb lettuce is labeled as Boston lettuce - thought I would mention that in case someone else also can't find it."
"Very good (although I did miss the sausage). Based on another review, I used lots of creole seasoning instead of the oregano and thyme. Great weeknight meal!"
"So many of my favorite things in one dish! Fresh lemon juice is a must. Using the amounts as given, there isn't extra sauce, so adjust as needed for your pasta, rice or bread."