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"This had a really harsh flavor that was too overpowering for us. The cream cheese I think made it too thick. Thank you though for giving us something new to try."
"This was very good. It was lemony but not overpowering. The cake was moist but maybe just a bit too dense for me. I made a lemon and toasted coconut glaze that I drizzled over the top. I served this with Easter dinner. Thank you!"
"What a delicious and easy recipe. I used a bit more garlic because we love it and cooked on the panini grill. The fillets turned out wonderfully. I poured the remaining sauce into a skillet and reduced it down a bit and poured it over the salmon before serving. I served with a spinach salad and brown rice. Paired beautifully with a glass of chardo..."
"I must have done something wrong because these got so many 5-star reviews. Unfortunately mine were extremely salty and didn't rise too much and so were too dense. Thank you though."
"Wowie! Can't get any tastier. I used a white vermont sharp cheddar. Really creamy and delicious. Maybe it's just me but I think next time I might add even more cheese! Lol defintely a favorite. Thank you!"
"Loved this! So moist and delicious. I was worried when it only filled my pan half way but it rose up beautifully. I did want a touch more chocolatey-ness so I think next time I would add half of a bittersweet baker's bar melted maybe also a tsp or two of cinnamon. Great recipe overall - thank you!"
"Love the ease of these! They taste great. I cooked mine for about 12 minutes though and they were nearly burnt so I could imagine 15-20 being way too long. Thanks!"
"I found this recipe elsewhere online and thought it was so good I came here to post it, but I was too late! It is a delicious warm and comforting breakfast that is much lighter than oatmeal. Makes a great warm breakfast for spring or summer if you are regularly an oatmeal eater. I rinsed my quinoa and toasted it in the dry pan first which I think ..."