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"I used fat free miracle whip, and substituted baking powder with baking soda. Perhaps the baking powder was a problem because mine didn't rise too much. Anyway a good recipe, because I prefer miacle whip over mayonnaise. Thank you!"
"Easy, flavorful, healthy, quick! A very versatile side dish that compliments a good meal any time of the year. I recommend using Campbell's consomme, which has a deep aroma in itself."
"They turned out fine, but didn't really taste like graham crackers. I suggest adding some honey to give it a softer texture (they were quite dry) and lend it a deeper flavor."
"wonderful pancakes - hearty, dense and chewy although not the average fluffy pancakes. I used wholewheat flour, nonfat milk and egg whites, omitted oil, and it turned out just fine."
"I substituted the flour with whole wheat flour, and omitted cocoa as I don't have any in hand; but the results was quite poor - the texture was extremely dry and hard, neither chewy nor soft and airy."
"I actually tried this recipe without adding any sugar - that's right, I used just 1 egg and 1 cup peanut butter. And it turned out OK, just very crumbly and fell apart quite easily. I will definitely try it with splenda or brown sugar next time which I think will give it a better, firmer texture."
"Instructions should be altered: ice cream would have been a lot better melted. I did some research online and found from other recipes instructing to use MELTED ice cream. I used ice cream straight from the freezer, and the dough was SO hard to work through! I ended up with some batter being doughy and some sludgy; it was very uneven. Will try tha..."
"Very glad I found a recipe without needing baking powder as I just ran out of it. I omitted the egg, halved the recipe, used soymilk and balsamic vinegar to substitute buttermilk, and added 1/4 c applesauce - muffin came out OK, but slightly chewy, Will follow the ingredients next time!"
"I actually used frozen strawberries (as I missed the vignette which instructed to use fresh strawberries) and it turned out fine. The first batch took a while to gel up - I recommend boiling in high heat so it gels up faster."