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"Delicious and so easy to make. I used a rimmed cookie sheet that was just a little larger than 13x9. A bag of Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips and a bag of Nestle white chocolate chips worked great. The instructions don't say it, but I did stir the peppermint extract into the melted white chocolate. I think this recipe is going to be a new h..."
"Very nice pie. This one is good because it's not overly sweet, which helps accommodate the rich chocolate. You can definitely taste the bourbon too (I used Wild Turkey!)."
"I have been using this recipe for the past couple of years now and it is the best sugar cookie frosting! I try to use the whipping cream, but if I don't have it, milk works fine too."
"This is very tasty! While I actually like the flavor of cauliflower, it is true that if you chop it up fine enough, you can't taste it. It kind of stands in for rice in this dish."
"Well, I love bacon and sausage, but this was just too much for us. I baked it in the oven at 225 degrees until it registered done on the thermometer."
"I would agree with other reviewers - these are very reminiscent of bran muffins. While paleo, they are not low-carb, as dates are very high in sugar. But it is a "natural" sugar, so that can make you feel a little better. I used Bob's Red Mill almond flour. My husband likes these muffins for his morning snack at work. Very tasty, an..."
"Very good pizza. The crust held up very nicely, but was a little "eggy," which is to be expected. Don't worry if you have little clumps of cream cheese in your egg mixture. It all bakes up just fine. I would recommend this pizza if you are on a gluten-free or low-carb diet!"
"Fantastic recipe! I used more than 3 pounds of legs and there was still plenty of sauce. I cut the honey back to 1/2 cup and used gluten-free tamari sauce. I baked the legs for 30 minutes, then turned them over. Baked another 30 minutes while basting frequently. This is a fool-proof recipe good enough for company!"