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"Cupcakes frosted with this stuff are FANTASTIC! My family has been treated a few times to fancy-schmancy cupcakes from a cupcake bakery around here that charges like four bucks for a cupcake so I decided to make my own! Boy am I glad I chose this recipe. I used a lemon cake mix and I "piped" this frosting a mile high, using a ziploc bag with the c..."
Jun 17, 2010 on Food.com
"This is PERFECT! Exactly what I was looking for to use up some canned sweet potatoes in syrup I had. I made it exactly as written except I subbed a teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice for the ginger and nutmeg (I still added cinnamon and cloves as well. I did not add raisins or nuts. I baked it in a 13 X 9 pan and I baked it about 40 minutes. The flavo..."
Oct 19, 2008 on Food.com
"Very good! Nice, simple, easy and starightforward. Good flavor. I loved the crust and the topping are made from the same ingredients. I made it as written except I chopped the plums up. Thanks for a nice fast recipe!"
Oct 16, 2008 on Food.com
"It does make a lot, which is good. The texture is a little runny and it's a little watery. Next time I'll add less liquid from the can and I'll blend in a little olive oil to make the texture richer. Nice flavor though."
Oct 3, 2007 on Food.com
"Very good! Definately a fluffy muffin, as Janie says, rather than a dense moist muffin. I used fresh homegrown apricots and the muffins came out sweet and vanilla-y with chunks of sweet-tart fruit. I omitted the pecans and used 2 cups of fruit. They were so good, I made 3 batches and froze them. Thanks Janie!"
Jun 26, 2007 on Food.com
"Oh.My.Goodness! This is a FABULOUS pie. Simple and delicious. No-muss, no-fuss that allows the fresh fruit flavor to shine. We used our homegrown apricots and it came out wonderfully sweet-tart. I subbed flour for the cornstarch and I dotted the top of the fruit with a tablespoon of cut-up cold butter. The recipe doesn't specify, but assumed this ..."
Jun 25, 2007 on Food.com
"Really good! I subbed plain yogurt for the sour cream and I only had 2 bananas but it was still nice and subtly banana-y. I added chocolate chips instead of nuts. Super yummy! Great consistency, light muffin texture, not heavy at all like some banana breads. Cooked perfectly in 25 minutes, as written. I filled my muffin cups almost full and got 1..."
Jun 7, 2007 on Food.com
"Oh my goodness was this good! Easy and delicious! The potatoes ended up swimming in the syrup and butter sauce though - so I think it really doesn't need that much syrup. I'll decrease the amount of syrup next time which I think will yield the same tasty dish but preserve some of my precious real maple syrup!"
Jan 23, 2007 on Food.com
"So simple yet so delicious! Beats the pants off of Rice a Roni (and I love Rice a Roni!. I used Better Than Bouillon vegetarian soup base instead of chicken broth powder and I added about a cup of lightly steamed fresh chopped brocolli before putting in the oven. I was skeptical about cooking the rice uncovered, though, so I covered my baking dis..."
Jan 23, 2007 on Food.com
"Holy cow is this good! Better than any restaurant! I used homegrown vine-ripe tomatoes that I skinned first and dried basil that I soaked in a spoonful of boiling pasta water. I added a half of a large onion to the garlic and olive oil. My family raved! Even my one-year old ate it!"
Aug 3, 2006 on Food.com