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"I had read the recipe somewhere, didnt write it down and could not remember how much of what. could not find it on the WW website so happy you posted it here. :) thank you!"
"These were great, I took them to work and they were devoured. I had trouble getting them to cook through but managed after another 20 minutes in the oven. Maybe because I made a giant bar then aimed to cut it apart after cooking, as opposed to lumping in bar shapes to cook."
"I made these twice. First time did not work well. I misread what I wrote down somewhere between how to adapt All Purpose flour to self rising, as I don't normally have self rising and the recipe, We'll leave it at that. Second time I used 1/2c mesquite flour and 1/2c AP flour. Gives it a nice sweet, almost chocolaty flavor. Also added cinnamon..."
""The only thing that would be better is if it were fried... but this is probably healthier." -My husband. I did mostly follow the directions, used broccoli. I exchanged some of the AP flour for some buckwheat flour only because it needed to get used. VERY tasty."
"I made this a while back, very yummy. I left the peel on the apples- I used two, and did a rough dice. It made a beautiful rustic looking loaf."
"We always end up with extra pie(s) after the holidays and someone has to have their arm twisted to take them home. This combined my favorite and my brother's favorite eliminating one pie! Even the Pumpkin Pie Purest that my brother is, he tried it and said it was "Pretty good" definitely a keeper. I did use really good cinnamon and added some g..."
"These worked out well for a first attempt at tortillas. I figured your grandma's recipe was time tested so I went with it. I did exchange 1 cup of plain flour for stone ground wheat flour, they came out very tasty and will make great enchiladas tomorrow- provided they make it to tomorrow."