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"Fantastic! I frequently get chocolate cravings and this is the perfect guilt-free yet satisfying solution. I like it sprinkled with some nuts (chopped walnuts or sliced almonds) and occasionally a dollop of whipped cream (I eat dairy). Thanks for posting this!"
"I just took a batch of these out of the oven and they are fabulous! I used soy milk and frozen blueberries because I was out of cow's milk & didn't have any fresh berries on hand. I would recommend filling the muffin cups quite full (even if you only get 9-10 muffins out of the batter) because they look nice, big and puffy with the streusel topp..."
"I have to agree with Anu on this one...there was definitely a layer of water floating at the top. I had to add more oats and finish cooking the oatmeal on the stove until the water was soaked up. To be fair, I didn't let the oats soak for very long (maybe 10 minutes), so maybe a longer soaking time would help. But I still think it's probably ea..."
"This salmon came out very moist and flavorful, although the maple syrup made the fish a bit too sweet-tasting for my taste. It makes good cold leftovers the next day (good for topping a salad). I did have to cook the fish longer than the time suggested because my salmon fillets were quite thick in the middle."
"Excellent! I made this for dinner tonight along with a green salad and broiled salmon. My husband loved the dish and requested that I make it "often." It is also delicious cold and would make a wonderful potluck dish. Next time I may add some toasted pinenuts to the top. Definitely a keeper!"
"I found this dish too "soupy" (with the canned bean liquid) and the cinnamon and balsamic vinegar gave it kind of an odd taste."
"These cookies came out very "cakey" (soft and dry). The honey flavor is good but overall the cookies were too bland and dry for my taste. I probably won't make them again. I baked them at 350 degrees F (the closest conversion to 180 degrees celsius)since I'm in the US and don't have celsius degrees on my oven."
"These muffins did not rise well. They tasted kind of bland to my taste. I do admit that I used old fashioned oats (Quaker's) rather than quick oats, which may have had a negative effect on the recipe."