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"Surprisingly tender and tasty for a microwave cake! I only made the cake not the sauce, and cut sugar back to 1/2 cup since I prefer things less sweet. I also upped the cocoa to 1/3 cup 'cuz I love me some dark chocolate! You're right about adjusting the cooking time - only took 4.5 minutes in my microwave. Yummy and quick, thanks fo..."
"Very good! Not quite as tasty as a butter-cream type frosting, but this one can travel/stack! I didn't have corn syrup, so I substituted honey and it worked fine...maybe not super-glossy, but they had a nice sheen and looked fine for my purposes. I only got 10 large cookies frosted with this recipe amount, but I do tend to spread it thick. Tha..."
"Awesome! My old banana bread was tasty but dense, and the loaf was only about 2 inches tall. I was looking for a new recipe that would fill the pan & rise high, noticed the baking powder and more flour in this recipe, and sure enough it's a winner. Very tender & cakelike with great flavor...and sprinkling the top with sugar -- genius!! That ma..."
"Unfortunately, this recipe didn't work for me after two attempts. It may be due to altitude (I live at nearly 8,000 feet) but the batter was way too thin, spreading out on the pan and making the cakes flat. I finally added some extra flour & baking powder to the batter and that made them taller, but the sour cream kept the insides too moist for ..."
"Excellent! These bars are easy to make and turned out perfect for me, even though I cut the recipe in half. Much better than overly-sweet, expensive store-bought versions. Great protein/carbs/calories balance too! Note that zaar's Nutritional Analysis doesn't include the protein powder -- judging from the label on my protein powder, it adds about..."
"So tasty! I read the other reviews about problems with the rub mixture, so I spread the mustard on the meat first, then rolled it in the flour & spices mixture. I also substituted 1 teaspoon of molasses & 1 teaspoon of agave syrup for the brown sugar, for health reasons. I used cider vinegar and Dijon mustard. Also added just a little dried ros..."
"This is a great recipe, thanks for posting it...but credit should really be shared with the source: Rick Gallop's "Living the G.I. Diet" book."
"I have a near-identical recipe from Rick Gallop's website - www.gidiet.com (his "Living the GI Diet" book is a great source of many tasty healthy recipes). But I follow his suggestion of adding 1 cup canned chickpeas (garbanzos) -- this increases the fiber, lowering the GI even further, and makes it more filling and tasty!"