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"Absolutely delicious! If one wanted to make it thicker like a dip then I would suggest maybe cutting the soymilk/lemon juice mixture in half. Wow! This opens a new chapter in dairy free eating for me! Thank you so much!"
"I thought this was pretty tasty though not very cheesy. I totally skipped on the garlic and just mixed the oil and soymilk and heated. I then added every thing except the yeast and let it boil for a couple of minutes. I then turned off the heat and added the yeast and then added the pasta. We enjoyed it and will definately make it again!"
"The taste of these was great! 12 minutes is just right to get them toasty brown too. My toddler and I are on a lot of food restrictions so this was a great little 'safe' sweet treat for us to share. And it only took 20 minutes start to the last bite.On another note:I used Egg Replacer for the one egg and my macaroons crumbled to bits. I ..."
"This was the best I have tried so far. I had to make a few substitutions for ingredients I didn't have or can't use. Here they are:-Buckwheat flour sub for Amaranth flour-Potato Starch for Corn Starch-Egg Replacer for EggsIt has a good color and flavor but the texture was a little doughy and I couldn't get it to dry out at all. I don'..."
"Excellent! I made my own baking powder for these. I used canola oil for the oil and soymilk with 1 T vinegar for the buttermilk. I also had to substitute egg replacer. Even with all these changes they were excellent! Great for sandwiches too! Light and fluffy! Thank you so much for sharing!"