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"Well, I don't think this recipe is complete. It says to heat the first 4 ingredients but there is no butter on the list and there is only salt listed for the glaze. I tried to "wing" it, but my sticks turned out kinda just blan and with a chewy consistancy. Not really enjoyable. I liked the simplicity of the recipe, I just wish it was complete. No..."
Aug 20, 2008 on Food.com
"If you're watching your intake of meat, you can subsitute soy bacon granules by soaking them for about 10 minutes or so in the evaporated milk to rehydrate and it's just as tasty!"
May 4, 2008 on Food.com
"Hey, good recipe, but if you want to cut out the chopping, add a frozen mix of the Southwest. It comes with black beans, onions, green & red bell pepper all in one bag, and some mexican mix grated cheese, and voila, you have the Southwestern version!"
Apr 27, 2008 on Food.com
"I mixed this for 10 minutes before my mixer burned out because the batter was so thick. Then I took it out just under 1 1/2 hrs and it just collapsed into itself and was so soggy it broke up onto and into my stove top. Definately not edable. Good luck."
Jan 6, 2008 on Food.com
"I get sooo many complements when I make this. I found at "Trader Joes" they have a bag of a combo of pumkin seeds, pinenuts and slivered almonds that I used to make it a little exotic. And so easy! I plan to make alot of this for Christmas gifts."
Nov 23, 2007 on Food.com
"I thought these sounded good, reading all the reviews and all, but mine turned out like little balls of cement. I don't know why, but maybe it's the altitude of Albquerque, New Mexico that caused the problem. I'm newish here and not sure as to how and why the altitude here causes this result in baking."
Nov 21, 2007 on Food.com
"I liked this recipe once I got it to cook. I don't know if it's because of the high altitude of Albuquerque or what, but after an hour at 350 it just did not cook. So I raised the temp to 375 and cooked for an hour and it was fine. So, a warning to all if you're high altitude."
Nov 15, 2006 on Food.com
"My husband and I are vegetarian and I made this with "Morning star" veggie crumbles sausage style and it was fantastic! Really easy! Didn't really have to "brown" the meat since it's already cooked, but I did so anyway but with a bit of olive oil since it has no fat. It turned out great. I will definatly add this to my vegetarian recipe collection!"
Nov 5, 2006 on Food.com
"I thought it was pretty good but my husband wasn't crazy about it. I think it could use some extra flavor, but for an inexpensive last minute recipe to use up zucchini, it was decent."
Sep 17, 2006 on Food.com
"I really loved this recipe. If you love chocolate, this is your recipe. It's moist and very rich! I did however add some instant coffe in place of the water and threw in some instant coffee in the chocolete glaze as well to make it more of a mocha taste and I even added some coconut to the glaze for the heck of it. It was a hit!"
Jul 27, 2005 on Food.com