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"Gorgeous! A chocolate lover's delight (and I know a few...!This is the new AAA birthday cake in my repertoire - I made this as a "farewell" gift for a friend at playgroup and had to bake it again twice that week by request! (I don't think anyone knew nor cared that it didn't have flour in it - that's just a bonus.It's very easy to make, light ..."
Jul 31, 2008 on Food.com
"This is fabulous! Rich, and incredibly chocolatey, but so simple to make. I made it at my mother's request for her 60th birthday last weekend, and it was a hit. One major change I made (due to non-availability of hazelnut meal was to substitute the hazelnut with 1/2 almond meal and 1/2 coconut flour....which worked beautifully, and I will do aga..."
Apr 28, 2008 on Food.com
"Lovely light cake - incredibly light texture actually, for all that it only has one egg and is made in the processor. I substitute Nuttelex (dairy-freemargarine for the butter which works just fine. I've made this twice now, once for home and once for a fund-raiser, and it's been very well-received both times. AND I love how easy it is to make! T..."
Nov 4, 2007 on Food.com
"This WAS very easy and tasty, and was a big hit with my toddler son, which makes it a winner in my eyes. I was a bit worried halfway through when I removed the lid as it seemed very watery and I felt the flavour was lacking something, but by the time it was done it had developed nicely ( though I was too impatient to let it get to the "thick" stag..."
Dec 20, 2006 on Food.com
"You said it...very simple, very nice! I made the recipe mostly as listed. I added the rind and juice of one lime (the rind to the dry ingredients and the juice to the egg whites before I mixed them in.I put the mixture into my 24-hole mini-muffin pan which it fit perfectly. Beautiful little mini-morsels which my 3 year old loves....this is defini..."
Dec 17, 2006 on Food.com
"These are really delicious, though perhaps a little sweeter than I would like. I'll use less sugar next time (maybe 1/2 cup each type. I made them with freshly shelled pecans instead of walnuts. I used half as many choc chips as the recipe stated (2 cups seemed a HUGE amount and substituted white choc chips instead of the brown, which I think re..."
Nov 22, 2006 on Food.com
"This is a very easy, straightforward recipe, and I can see it's going to be a keeper.Personally I found the sauce a bit bland as is, and really needed the tablespoon or so of hoisin sauce I added, when I added it to a almb and broccoli stirfry. I also found (unlike other reviewers that it wasn't quite enough and too thick, and added another 1/2 c..."
Nov 19, 2006 on Food.com
"These are THE hit of our playgroup morning teas at the moment - everyone wants the recipe! So very simple, yet very delicious. Impossible to eat just one! Thanks for posting."
Nov 4, 2006 on Food.com
"Fantastic recipe - the bread is scrummy, dark, rich and sweet (without being too sweet. I haven't yet made it with the sage, but I'm happy with it as is. It is a lovely soft bread, too, which keeps very well."
Oct 28, 2006 on Food.com
"A delicious stew, which I'm sure must taste good the next day but we never got to find out..all gone! Had to make a few improvisations (bare pantry, but it still tasted great...I halved the recipe (though still used the same amount of hoisin sauce, substituted 3 tablespoons of tomato paste for the tinned tomato, water and 2 tablespoons of balsam..."
Mar 18, 2005 on Food.com