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"Mmmm, so good! I used two ears of fresh corn, grilled and cut off the cob. Instead of canned tomatoes, I chopped a fresh one. And I used a whole cup of salsa to make it go farther. This brought up the Points a little bit, but not by much. Definitely a treat I'll be making again."
"I just put this in the Points Plus point calculator on the WW website using the nutritional facts as stated by Food.com. They come out to 8 points per serving.
I found the sauce to be extremely bland. I'm going to try again with my own sauce."
"These are delicious little muffins, I've been making them for years. I use self-rising flour, for convenience. (Try White Lily if you can get it.) And I only use 1 cup of butter; using more always struck us as too greasy. I never thought of making them sweet, got to try that!"
"Kittencal was right- this recipe was easy, even no-fail. It was also yummy. I quartered the recipe and it turned out fine. I used all chicken broth, as I was using it for stuffing with no meat. It did need a pinch of salt and I added about 1/8 tsp of poultry seasoning, since I had no drippings. It made me crave a full turkey dinner in 90 degr..."
"These little gems were excellent! I had to use half white and half brown sugar, as I ran out of white. They turned out just fine with the substitution. Rather than PB or chocolate chips, I tried a bag of chopped Andes mints- insanely good! I don't think they'll be hanging around too long."
"This was a delicious coffee cake, so moist from the buttermilk. I used dark brown sugar, which gave it a deeper molasses flavor. I divided it between two 8-inch square pans and reduced the baking time. They came out perfect and I had one to give to a friend. I only gave it four stars, though, because I didn't care for the streusel topping- it ..."
"This recipe is ridiculously good! The only change I made was the elimination of the sherry- that's just not something we keep in the house. I did brine the chicken to ensure that it would be plenty moist. Dad took one bite and asked when we were having it again."
"These rolls were quite delicious- very fluffy. I used instant yeast and it worked fine. The dough nearly rose right out of the pan! I did find that, for my oven, 30 minutes was too long to bake. The sides and bottom came out hard and nearly burnt. I really like that this makes a small batch. It's perfect for our family of three."
"These little bites were simple and delicious. Rather than spend the time rolling the balls, I spooned the dough into mini-muffin pans, which worked out perfectly. I used Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage in mine, which gave them a little different, but nice flavor. And they were good the next morning for breakfast with a quick warm-up in the microwave."
"This recipe is delicious and so easy for a weeknight supper. The only thing I do differently is to use 3 TB maple syrup, rather than 2 TB. If I'm feeling particularly 'saucy', I double the mustard mixture."