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"I put the whole egg in and added ground chia and flax seeds. Also used 1/2 stoneground whole wheat flour and 1/2 white flour....so delicious!!!! I will make these again and again and again..... A"
"This is very nice except I would reduce the qty of sugar considerably as the original qty is way too much. I also added some chopped strawberries into the mix which made the cake really nice. I do not think i would have liked as much if I hadn't. Overall, this recipe is really good though and I recommend everyone to try it!"
"I am in banana bread heaven! This makes a wonderful breakfast and its just what in was looking for. I didn't have any evaporated milk but used milk powder dialuted in half the required water. It worked perfectly! I assume the original would only taste better. The only problem I encounted was that my dough took hours to rise - cold house perhaps? A..."
"Just fantastic! So quick and easy. I only used 2 teaspoons of sugar. I whipped this up in minutes! I wonder if the results will be the same with wholemeal flour? Thanks for posting!"
"Thank you MarieAlice for posting this recipe. I made this for brunch today for some friends and it was a big hit! I didn't have any swiss, mozzarella or parmesan cheese LOL! All I had was cheddar but it came out great! I added some chicken rashes instead of bacon. Simply fab!"
"How very interesting this recipe is and really good too :) I made this without the cinnamon because some of my family are not fond of it. I used half the butter and sugar in the topping and also reduced in the flop too. Also used 1% milk. I forgot to add the vanilla, but it was really great anyway! It reminded me of french toast for some reason :)..."
"Absolutely wonderful. Its flakey and a tiny bit crumbly....yummy! I used this crust as a base for South African Melktert or Milk Tart Recipe #173067. Worked so well together. I loved it. The quantity of liquid really does depend on the climate I think so keep that in mind. I didnt really need all the oil when making this one today."