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"we love this recipe! i've whipped it up on a couple of occasions, on a whim. everyone is always impressed that it's so effortless and so yummy!"
"these were easy, convenient and great! i was actually able to make them before school to send one off for my daughter's snack. i just subbed with similar ingredients that i am used to using. i used brown sugar and butter just 'cuz; when i see water in a recipe i think, 'oh, anything but just plain ol' water!' so i used apple cider! this is a great..."
"love the lemon addition to change things up a bit. i've only made this twice, once in a regular loaf pan and once in a bundt pan. so far, i like the bundt pan better, but i still need to remember that my oven cooks this bread so much faster. i thought i was safe checking it at 45 minutes, but i'll bet i can cut it down to 40. thanks for posting th..."
"just made these with soy wonder soy butter (peanut butter substitute for nut nut allergies). very nice! also, i think the soy butter may be less-sugary than p'butter so these were not overly sweet, and they had a nice toasty flavor."
"Great recipe! But, I'm all about the garlic so instead of powder or rubbing the bowl with garlic, I just minced a clove right in there...everyone loves it! Also, I serve it in Belgian Endive Cups as an appetizer - no fork required!"
"Awesome! I used proscuitto instead of bacon, but I still used some bacon grease to sautee the onion. Also, I sliced large tomato "steaks" instead of removing the centers. Of course, this made everything really juicy, but it was so good on top of crusty bread! There is really no substitute for fresh, farmers' market tomatoes!"