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"Oh my gosh! This is fabulous! Mixes up quickly, easy clean up (always a plus) and the rise/bake is so fast! And then there's the taste. 5 stars is not enough!! I can see trying this with slivered almonds next time, or even different spices. But as is, this is over the top goodness! Thank you so much for sharing!"
"I found this quite some while back and I really wanted to comment. So many recipe's ask for creamed soups and they're expensive and just too milky/fatty for my taste. I did this with the dry milk and it was EXCELLENT. I've also used soy, not quite as good, but passable. However, as a basic cream soup sub. this is well over 5 stars. I've used a v..."
"Very creditable. I have this posted in my cupboard for use when needed. It made more than I required, but it was still the best non-milk substitute I've ever tried. Thanks for posting this up!"
"Ok. 2nd review. I've had a chance to play with this and I think I like it much better now. I was preparing for the storms here and wanted something ready made and easy to use. I actually did TWO small loafs, one with tomato and one with the BBQ sauce. Again, I used Vidalia Onion but I sauteed it in a bit of Extra Virgin Olive Oil before mixing it..."
"I made these with water pack by choice and used honey for sweetener. It still came out delicious and flavorful. This is a nice little item for anytime, Sunday brunch or even late come home tea."
"I had way too much fun with this. Truly a fab way to serve this. I tried your way once, then revamped a bit with some s sprinkling of Italian herbs in exchange of cayenne and the syrup. I used French Tart's Foo salt- just a pinch. No matter how I did it, it came out great. Thanks for a great idea! No leftovers!"
"Coming from a heavy salt using family, I personally never used it. But I gave this a try. Half the fun was grinding the organic sea salt in the mortar & pestle, getting it nice and fine. Subbed out the horseradish as I had none, for a bit of dry English Mustard. This is so darned good! Just a pinch I used but it really enhanced the cooking. Instan..."
"This was out and out heaven. I happened to have a bit of Irish Cheddar and used that. There was no word beyond "delicious" that I could come up with. And I loved the nip the English Mustard gave to the dish. Pity they only allow 5 stars."
"Hot today so brought out the cooker and your recipe. It's a winner! I did sub out carrots for parsnips (out of season) but with salad and a light desert, no complaints were heard."