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"update: I tried these with chocolate chips and tasted the batter, and it definitely needed a lot more sugar added (1/2 cup? no idea, I just poured until the batter was delicious) plus some cinnamon. then it was good."
"Delicious. I tripled the cinnamon and measured generously for the topping. I baked an extra 10 min or so due to others' comments - took it out when the edges started to look as brown as I would want. It was so easy to cut, at first I thought it must be still raw inside. But really it was just super light, and actually it was thoroughly, perfec..."
"I love these! I made them plain and the texture and flavour are very good. I used white sugar (my brown sugar was a brick) and molasses. I'm looking forward to trying different variations. I think cheese (like old cheddar or gouda) and chopped apples would be really good, or raisins or blueberries."
"This was really good. I used butter instead of margarine, and a combination of regular milk and fat-free evaporated milk. It was surprisingly flavourful, and not salty like a lot of soups."
"I made it as written except used 6 cups rhubarb and 1 1/2 cups oats. The bottom, fruit part, and the oat topping, were both perfect! The little bit of cinnamon in the fruit was great, too. Next time I might try adding even more oats. I like my rhubarb recipes tart - I don't like it when too much sugar is added. I was worried 1 cup of sugar wo..."