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"This came out pretty good, despite not having any eggs, dairy or gluten. I made them into 12 cupcakes and used guar gum since I am sensitive to xanthan. I would recommend doubling the vanilla, the cake was definitely spongy, but lacking a little in flavor."
"I've never heard of or made a pie like this before, but it was fairly easy to make and got rave reviews! I used pasteurized eggs. The pie is creamy, cool and refreshing."
"Perfect frosting! I love that it's not too sweet. Kept well in the fridge too - no separation. I made plain vanilla and chocolate. The chocolate is to die for - I could just eat it by the spoonful!"
"We thought this was delicious! I used ground beef, topped with shredded Parmesan and thought the flavors melded together perfectly. Although it is a bit more tedious than the recipes I usually make, I would recommend it. Do be sure to season with salt and pepper (I rec. at least 1/2 teaspoon salt added to the meat mixture)."
"Tasty and refreshing! I love the creamy flavor the vanilla yogurt adds. I didn't put mine in a mold, but instead just served it up like ice cream."
"Heavenly. Absolutely heavenly. I've never made hollandaise sauce before and I was a bit intimidated, but the directions in this recipe are spot-on. I made it perfectly the first time! Delicious served over steamed asparagus."
"I had a bit of trouble with this recipe for some reason. I kept checking the ingredients to make sure I was measuring everything correct, but my cookies kept spreading out too much while baking. I finally added some more powdered sugar and cornstarch and that seemed to help. It could just be a difference in how I measure my ingredients - wish ther..."
"Amazing stuffing! I love the combination of flavors and the fact that it is made in the crock pot - keeps the oven free for other sides and it's so easy. It seemed a little dry, so I might add more broth next time. I also found that it helped to stir the stuffing half-way through."
"Pure comfort food. That's probably why they are called "funeral potatoes" - to be served at a time when comfort is needed. I doubled the amount of cornflakes, as another review suggested and used Longhorn Colby cheese and green onions."