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"A healthy pecan pie at last, without the syrupy sweetness. The only way this could turn out bad would be maybe the buttermilk is out of date. It is good to give the buttermilk a good shake before you pour it. Thank you so much for this recipe Susie"
"Very good, Getting ready to make this again I did mix some Italian bread crumb with butter for a topping, Great idea for left overs, Has a mild flavor but can be seasoned up or down. Thank you so much for this recipe"
"Very moist cake, I used coffee in place of water but otherwise followed the recipe. I too used my own frosting, This cake is so tender it almost does not need icing! So glad you posted this"
"Great flavor. I too used to fry cooker. Thanks for that idea. I forgot the baking power but thy still turned out great. Only problem is the recipe did not make many and they did not last!"
"Chewy oatmeal cookie with a burst of chocolate chip. Healthy and tasty too! I used Ghirardelli chocolate chips, 1/2 cup butter and 1/4 cup Crisco vegetable shortening. They baked for about 12 min as I did not hear the timer go off. Oatmeal part is a bit dry but the chocolate makes up for that. these go great with milk."
"Very moist, excelent flavor, i added some baking powder to help it raise better. Also add my thanks for this recipe, nothing beats a from-scratch cake. Just ti update, I have made this cake many times. It is always a hit even with picky eaters."
"My family proclaimed this, the best chocolate cake ever! Very moist;, the icing makes the cake. I did not have to cook the icing very long. I have made this more than once, When I do not have a lot of butter I use half cup vegtable shortnening. Thank you for this recipe."
"melt in your mouth! had to look in my Betty Crocker book for the exact US measurments. According to that I used 1 cup sugar, 1 1/2 cups flour, 1/2 cup cocoa, and 1/2 cup butter."
"The trick with this is to cook it long enough. If it is too thin you may beat it some powdered sugar, till it is right for spreading. Best when put on hot cake. This is almost like having fudge for frostiing,"