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"These muffins were so moist and yummy. This was a great recipe to modify to be dairy and egg free (allergies in the house by using 1T flaxmeal with 3T warm water for the egg and soy milk for the milk. I didn't have any pineapple on hand so I used orange juice concentrate and then reduced sugar by 1/2. After tasting the first batch out of the ov..."
Jul 25, 2011 on Food.com
"Just trying to get started on a GF diet for a 9 yr. old. These were our first score! Even the rest of the family liked them. I am replacing my regular flour tortilla recipe with this one. I used Great Northern bean flour instead of fava flour. I didn't use cornstarch to roll them out, instead I rolled them out between two layers of plastic wr..."
Mar 23, 2011 on Food.com
"I have made this twice and the whole batch doesn't last more than a week between our kids and the DH. I don't even get to put it in the freezer. We tried store bought summer sausage after I made it once. The store brand wasn't nearly as good."
Jul 20, 2010 on Food.com
"Thank you for the great carrot cake recipe. I substituted hemp milk for the soy milk and mixed the milk with a little orange juice (1/2 cup liquid total add a little more rise to the muffins. They were a huge hit! Thank you from a little boy who rarely gets such a treat because of his allergies."
Jun 15, 2010 on Food.com
"This was the best lasagne I think that I have ever tasted. Our family loved it. I used beef instead of chicken. I had fresh tomatoes in the freezer that I cooked down to be the tomatoes and tomato paste, so I didn't need to try the sugar and baking soda trick. Thank you for the recipe. Even a dairy free version of this is good. I just mashed..."
Oct 28, 2009 on Food.com