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"As a vegetarian, this recipe has been a staple of mine for years. I was recently able to get Picky Girl, age 9, to try it. She loves it. It is extremely versatile, allowing for taste preferences to be met by changing up the seasonings- Picky Girl particularly likes it with taco seasoning and baked corn chips (almost like a dip. She virtually ..."
Apr 14, 2013 on Food.com
"Thanks- I really enjoyed this recipe. I streamlined the process, added more curry, and less peas to suit my taste. Would have been good as it was, but I needed to change the process so I could have them ready for work today. Start to finish was about 40 minutes and they still turned out great. Can't wait to add this to my OAMC plans!
Feb 11, 2013 on Food.com
"I've been making these for a few years. They certainly aren't gourmet, but people seem to like the chocolatey little bites. I don't like almond bark- milk or white- so I use real chocolate, which tastes so much better. Kids love these. I mix them up in my food processor in minutes."
Feb 11, 2013 on Food.com
"Love this recipe. I omit the Lipton's and use vegetarian "chicken" consomme powder- about 3 teaspoons is enough to replace the onion soup mix, and then I add onion powder and garlic powder. Anything more would be way too salty. Haven't gotten to step 5 yet- my picky 5 yo loves them warmed up (from the freezer as is. Not sure I could handle th..."
Feb 10, 2013 on Food.com
"This actually came out much better than I anticipated. I made it with orange extract and walnuts. I usually spend a ton of time each December baking like mad for my staff, but this year I didn't have time, so I sought out easy recipes. This was SO quick in the microwave. After the first batch, I decided I wanted mocha, too, so I made a batch a..."
Dec 23, 2011 on Food.com
"These cookies rock! I never like "plain" cut out cookies- they generally have to be spicy or chocolate to win me over. However, these were fabulous. I had no eggs, so I substituted 1 tablespoon cider vinegar, and I also used butter rather than margarine (blech! Not only were they tasty, but I didn't have to worry about my 3-year-old eating th..."
Aug 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Very good- loved this with the chana. The carrots made them a tad sweeter than I would like, but otherwise these were great. I streamlined these by coarsely chopping the potatoes, using whole baby carrots, and tossing them with the green beans in the microwave until soft. No need to boil, peel, chop, slice. I have a triple batch in the micro n..."
Feb 1, 2009 on Food.com
"I really wanted to be able to give this 5 stars, but I just can't. (Though I would give it a 4.5 if I could. First, if you want to make a whole recipe, I would highly recommend getting out two very large bowls and dividing the mix ingredients evenly (4.5 c flour, 3 t baking powder, etc. into each bowl. I have some very, very big bowls, and eve..."
Jan 25, 2009 on Food.com
"This recipe turned out very well. It was extremely easy to make, and the only alteration I made was to cook it a little longer than stated based on previous reviews that said it was a little thin. This has a dark-chocolate flavor and is less sweet than store-bought syrups, making it perfect for me. I am off to make some more right now!"
Jun 3, 2007 on Food.com
"I really didn't care for these. They sound great, but they tasted too egg-y for me. I didn't expect to taste the egg in the finished cracker, but I was able to. They were very easy to make, but a little time consuming. My toddler liked them, though."
Jun 26, 2005 on Food.com