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"After 351 reviews as of 11-19-14, you probably don't need another. I agree with other reviewers, if you rate it, try it first as originally presented. I did and I doubt that it could have been better."
"Tastes like the real thing to me! Just one makes me feel as if I've had a decadent dessert. You can do amazing things with ricotta (of course peanut butter always helps)."
"I had leftover marscapone from a friend who made me some scones. Didn't know what to do with it so searched marscapone & came up with your recipe. My husband loves bananas & almonds so tried this & it was perfect as posted, no changes. Don't know if you have entered this in another category but think more people would see if..."
"These are very, very, very good. I substituted splenda, guess I'll take my chances with cancer rather than obesity. I am amazed about the comments re: cooking time. I didn't think enough batter for a 9 X 13 so used a 12 X 7, set at 325 instead of 350. I always back off the temp as it seems to cook more evenly and prevents the ends from..."
"Definitely a five star. I prepared with no changes. One guest didn't bother with crackers and ate it with a fork. She liked artichoke very much; she is from Cuba and she says they don't have them there."
"If someone takes the time to post a recipe it deserves a try and a review. It looked interesting and it was quite good. I thought I was putting in too much amaretto and that it would be soggy but I recommend you make as posted and maybe another splash or two. The presentation was lovely in a glass trifle dish however it comes out a bit messy be..."
"I needed an appetizer for a get together with a Cuban theme and decided to try this even though it sounded a bit strange. Everyone loved it and requested the recipe. I made it as shown and can't think of a way toimprove on it. It's perfect as is."
"This is a departure from the same old meatloaf and was a refreshing change. I prepared as presented here but wonder if a little dry mustard might give it a little more character. Next time, I'll try it in two pans and do a back to back test. Thanks mysterygirl!"