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"My kids loved these. I'm always looking for ways to get beans and other healthy things in my kids. I might add a little flax next time. Yes, there is a lot of sugar, but we don't each a whole lot of sugar and this is balanced by protein. If I were making these just for me, I would probably leave out the chocolate chips because I don't like rea..."
"Scrumptious. The flavor and texture is exactly what I had in mind when I wanted to make gingerbread cookies. I've now made this several times. The dough is very easy to work with. I agree with another reviewer that the dough seemed to dry and crumbly but it actually works extremely well. It broke up and crumbled upon first rolling but I just ..."
"I made this for my diabetic, lactose intolerant mother and she really loved it. I only had granulated splenda so I heated it gently with the soymilk to make sure it dissolved (this may have been unnecessary). I used the egg beaters because she has high cholesterol and unsweetened soymilk because of the diabetes."
"Very good substitute for injera. I didn't have self rising flour so I used 1.5 Tbsp baking soda and 1.5 tsp salt plus enough all purpose flour to make 3 cups. My blender is shot but I added water to the bowl at the end (I just guessed the consistency) and mixed well with my fork. I also added a splash of vinegar to make it taste sour."
"This really was easy and quite tasty. I was a little dubious when I got my sticky mass of dough out of the bowl the first day because it was really hard to form as directed and it seemed rather flat. However, it actually ended up looking very attractive in the end and was absolutely delicious. We are still eating the first loaf so I haven't had..."
"Tasty simple sauce. I used frozen strawberries that I thawed slightly (I chopped them up a bit with my veggie chopper). Mine were sour so I used more sugar. For the lemon, I juiced it and added to taste. It is easy to add lemon and sugar as it starts to warm. Mine needed to cook longer because the berries were frozen."
"Very yummy. Like the previous reviewer, I added the pureed chickpeas with the tomatoes and whole chickpeas. I made almost to the recipe except I only had dry basil. Also, I used this with about 1/2 lb of pasta because it seemed like it would be too dilute otherwise. Would make a good soup too."