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"The quintessential macaroon. They're like fluffy coconut clouds on the inside, crunchy and sweet on the outside. Exactly what I was searching for! I did use 1 3/4 cups coconut instead just to use up the last of the bag and am glad I did. Next time I might drizzle some dark chocolate over the top for a change, but this macaroon really doesn't need ..."
Feb 11, 2008 on Food.com
"Lovely! It's very moist, rich, and not too sweet. It almost tastes like apple pancakes. I used Jonagold apples. In the future I might make a crumbly topping with some chopped walnuts for a little sweet crunch."
Jan 25, 2008 on Food.com
"Very easy and delicious! Between my stand mixer and warming drawer to proof the dough, these were hardly any work. Love the pumpkin flavor and a bit of extra nutrition from it. Moist, crusty, fluffy, just a terrific dinner roll. The pumpkin flavor is so mild these go great with just about any dish. The only changes I'll make next time are a pinch ..."
Dec 1, 2007 on Food.com
"It really is moist, and is dense and fluffy at the same time. We couldn't stop eating it! I was out of oil and replaced it with 1 cup + 3 tablespoons of melted butter. Instead of dusting the pan with flour I used cocoa powder. The pumpkin gives it a delicious flavor and a heartiness that is definitely welcome in the cool Fall weather."
Nov 3, 2007 on Food.com
"So delicious! We bought some fennel to try for the first time and decided this recipe looked easy and possibly tasty. We used what was on hand: raspberry vinegar, yellow mustard, olive oil, and skipped the caraway seeds. The fennel turned out very sweet and the flavors kept it from tasting so much like licorice. Everything was crunchy and flavorfu..."
Oct 16, 2007 on Food.com
"It is indeed outstanding, and one of the best breads I've ever made. I put the oats in at the beginning for convenience, and still had some whole oats visible in the bread. The texture is wonderful and the flavor is delicious."
Aug 31, 2007 on Food.com
"Never made biscuits before and picked this recipe for its great reviews and simplicity. Turned out awesome! Better than any biscuit I've ever had, everyone else thought the same and raved about them. Patted the dough out on a silicone baking sheet and cut into squares with a blunt knife, pulled them apart to separate and they baked up beautifully ..."
Jul 13, 2007 on Food.com
"Lovely, lovely, lovely cookie. Very simple to make, too! One of the best cookies I've ever tasted. I had some leftover ground pecans and mixed those into the dough (less than 1/3 C. That addition definitely made a flavor impact. Baking temp/time was right on, and they sliced cleanly into nice rounds without crumbling."
Jun 2, 2007 on Food.com
"Just perfect. The creamy top layer sets this apart from others. The only hard part was juicing just over a pound of tiny key limes. My very first attempt at a key lime pie and it turned out like I'd been making it all my life, thanks for such a fabulous recipe! I used a nilla wafer/graham cracker/pecan crust from another recipe but when I've got s..."
May 28, 2007 on Food.com
"Good gravy are these nummy! Old Mother Hubbard's cupboard was bare, but this recipe was *just* possible. It took the last of my brown sugar, eggs, and butter, as well as the partial bag of coconut and sliced almonds. These babies are awesome, and were ultra easy to whip together. They're so good with sliced almonds I doubt I'll ever do the pecans...."
May 20, 2007 on Food.com