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"Made this to go with soup for a friend and myself. We both thought it was very, very good. Good texture, excellent honey flavor, went very well with our vegetable barley soup. Very easy to mix up. Will definitely make this again. Thanks so much for posting."
"Excellent place to start then adapt to your own taste. Very creamy. Didn't bake it, but may try next time for the flavor that brings. Did add about 1 T of a parm romano mix I had left over plus a T of just parm as well as 1/2 tsp dry mustard, additional salt and pepper. We enjoyed it every much! Thanks for posting!"
"I made this for my Christmas candy and cookie tray a couple of years ago......I now am required to make it every year! It really is an excellent candy. I omit the bottom chocolate layer, I found it breaks off and just gets messy. Highly recommend this recipe!"
"Really wonderful bread, went great with the chicken wild rice and lentil soups I made. I used 1/2 WW flour and 1/2 bread flour, was very good. May try all WW flour with some vital wheat gluten next time. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe!"
"Best whole grain bread I've made with or without a bread machine! Love the seeds, love the texture and flavor, mixed in my bread machine and baked as a loaf in the oven. Fabulous!"
"made these for work and they were a huge hit! so easy and wonderful almond flavor! Thanks so much for this recipe, will be making this again for sure!"
"my coworkers gave these five star reviews. They liked the mild spice taste (not too much) and of course the frosting. I used a whole package of cream cheese because that's what I had and didn't want to waste it, turned our fine. I made them on the weekend, froze them (frosted) and brought them to work the next friday, they turned out just fi..."
"This is a wonderful recipe, thanks so much for posting it! I had 9 cups of pears, used apple pie spice for seasoning, and because I was worried it wouldn't thicken, threw in an apple for good measure. I used 2 cups sugar and 2 cups whey low. It thickened beautifully after a couple of hours. I did give it a whiz with my emersion blender to sm..."
"such a good and easy recipe! Had very tart apples, used balsamic vinegar, 2 cups white and 1.5 cups brown sugar whey low. Cooked about 8 hours. Cored but didn't peel apples, blended with emersion blender (my favorite kitchen tool!) and processed in a hot water bath. Thanks so much for this lovely recipe. Will be fun Christmas gifts to giv..."