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"I used a kitchenaid to make the frosting, then made the whipped cream without washing the mixer, made the whipped cream a bit chocolatey. Very rich and delicious!"
"We have made this many times. It makes a huge batch. It is wonderful to have on hand in the freezer. Now that we live where the individual juices are hard to find, we use a tropical juice, the sugar water, and bananas and it works great."
"I agree, quite good, but cooking without the sauce halfway, then draining, then adding sauce, then stirring occasionally, then broiling, made it 5 stars. Easy and delicious."
"Yum, yum! These are a bit on the sweet side, but I didn't cut the sugar and will not cut it next time. Too yummy as is. I also used my KitchenAid, and did one rise in the bowl then a second after formed. The dough is sticky and can easily handle another 1/4 c. flour. I made 17 rolls with a full batch."
"This is pretty good, but we thought this was too lemony, I would cut the lemon components in about fourth and will make it again this way."
"I loved the dilled cucumber, but thought the schmear was missing something (I am not sure what), my husband suggested it was missing green onions, but I reminded him there were red onions separately. Another issue is that an approximately 2"x2" disk is way too small for an average bagel, and this made for a rather large amount of cream cheese in ..."
"We love it. We call it "Peanut Butter Chicken" and have it at least once a month. We add carrots to the boiling pasta, and saute chicken and yellow onion and celery, heat up the sauce in the microwave, then mix all."
"I made this with fat free milk, and 5 cups of pasta, and it turned out very rich and lovely. I do think it takes more like an hour to make the recipe, 30 minutes prep, 30 minutes baking time. I used 2 dashes of crushed red pepper because I can't find cayenne pepper where I live."