Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
"A solid, quick, and easy recipe. I served over salad greens with a lemon/garlic/olive oil dressing and it was a fabulous lunch. Thanks!"
"I used oat four and swapped the sugars for agave nectar and xylitol. I also used pecans, and not in the filling, but on top. I didn't boil the dates with water and sugar, either, just processed them together a bit into a nice jam-like sludge. This was a great way to get rid of those leftover dates I had and I'd love to make it again!"
"All I can think is that the previous reviewer was working in a very warm kitchen or climate. In my south-Texas no-AC kitchen the dough was sticky, yes, but not impossible to work with if you're patient. We worked fast after pulling it from the freezer (a wet cookie cutter helped too, so the dough didn't stick to it) and just stuck it back in when ..."
"We left out the chilies and mint but otherwise made as directed and the omelet was incredible! I can always count on Indian cuisine for simple, unbelievably tasty food and this recipe did not disappoint!"
"These were cute, very easy to make, and, once frozen, were portable and so made great holiday gifts. But they were a little too sweet for everyone with all that chocolate on those relatively small pretzels and I think I would have preferred to make them with another pretzel pressed on top instead of the M&M. Five stars for presentation and ease of..."
"I'm the household health nut and usually when I make something, no one else likes it. But the BF really dug this soup -- he said it was weird, but in a way that was interesting to his taste buds. I myself do not like cucumber and since that was the primary taste in this soup, I was not a fan. I may try it again someday with an extra avocado or som..."
"I also used a dash of vanilla extract, and subbed the dates for raisins. I processed all of the ingredients together (except coconut) into a very fine, sticky dough before rolling into balls. With the sweetness of the pineapple and raisins, it was almost a little overpowering -- so I will look for unsweetened pineapple in the future. But these wen..."
"I added more cinnamon and a bit of honey. It was very interesting, a good warm comfort food, but I didn't really like the combination of savory from the lentils and sweet from the bananas. I'd just as soon have made oatmeal or a spicy broccoli dal. Mom thought it was "something [she] could eat", but that's about the best anyone had to say about it."
"The first reviewer is probably one of those people that leaves one-star ratings on vegan recipes listing "milk", too. Duh. Just like vegans know that "milk" means "nut milk", raw foodies know that "oats" are "raw oats". Don't blow a perfectly good recipe's rating on a technicality. And this IS a perfectly good recipe. I accidentally used twice as ..."