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"Easy to make. I added some chopped broccoli, zucchini and onion to the boiling water also. I also added salt, pepper and turmeric. Liked by all, so that the whole 1-1/2 batch disappeared between 4 people! I think 1 batch (8 oz noodles) would not be enough for a family of 4. Only if not real hungry. :)"
"As is, it's a little too bittersweet for me (and I love dark chocolate) and too runny. I added some chocolate liquid stevia and a touch of honey. Then I added a little starch to thicken it up and it was good. I poured on a low sugar chocolate cake and I think it will be a good combo. Might use refined coconut oil next time, if the kids do..."
"I've had this saved for a long time and finally, my 10 yo wanted to make something with the fresh pumpkin we had cooked up. He made this. We added a few more seasonings and used 1/2 tsp sage. I always try to sneak turmeric and pepper into my dishes, for the health benefit. I used a stick blender after cooking the soup for 15 minutes. It&..."
"Yum, yum yum! And so easy! I used a huge roast and about a quart of homemade kraut. Also a full can of beer. It made a ton of liquid that could be made into gravy or pulled pork. This was so good as made though. I ended up leaving it for almost 12 hours on low and it was fine."
"This is fantastic, even without the cheese! I couldn't stop eating it. We used regular bread and toasted like grilled cheese. Will make again!"
"I tried one half with powdered stevia (concentrated) and one half with Sucanat (I don't buy brown sugar). I sprinkled both halves with cinnamon. I appreciated the instructions on how to broil them. I liked the half with stevia better - it was sweeter, with less sugar. I'll bet honey would be good, just maybe messier. And the previous reviewer..."
"Making this now for the 2nd time. Family loved it first time, with the bread crumbs. Now, I am trying cooked rice. I can never fit 6 chicken breasts in my 5 qt crockpot. I also use homemade cream of chicken soup and I put the bread crumbs/rice on the bottom."