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"Just might be the BEST crisp topping I have ever had!
Cut back the sugar a bit on the filling, and added some extra oatmeal to the topping... awesome!"
"Absolutely Fantastic! Not sure that I will do a pork roast any differently from now on. Tender and delicious gravy."
"I changed my cooking method on this one to accommodate a busy schedule. Prepared sauce, cooked meat, and chopped veggies - then put everything in a slow cooker till the veggies were tender crisp. I honestly cannot remember how long it was on for though. This recipe for the ingredients makes a perfect Thai Red Curry. ~thanks!~"
"OMG - is this Heaven??!!I did thin this out with a bit of water as it was super thick - the cinnamon puts this OVER the top! Cannot wait to try this on my peanut butter loving FIL!"
"I have been making this bread weekly for almost 2 yrs now with slight changes. 1 cup white rice, 1 cup brown rice, 3 tsp of ground flax for added fibre, and honey in replace of sugar. The result is a nice brown bread. Yesterday, I accidently forgot to add the tapioca starch - and it STILL turned out! It might even be a bit more moist that the ..."
"We really enjoyed this... but giving only 4 stars as I did improvise a bit by combining this with another recipe. I pre-roasted the asparagus for 5 mins @ 450F with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and garlic powder, added some red bell pepper, brown rice instead of white and added about a Tbsp of lemon juice at the end. Thanks for the inspiration!"
"Not sure if it was a combination of the ham, cooking in a slow cooker or the Ginergerale - but this was the BEST holiday ham we have ever had! Cooked in slowcooker for 4 hrs on Low, then 4 hrs on Medium, glazing with a combination of maple syrup, dijon mustard and a bit of garlic powder 6 hrs into baking. This is definately the only way I will b..."
"Thnx Glutenfree Girl for a great GF cookie. This recipe makes LOTS of dough! I am going to try freezing it and baking more after Xmas."
"They definitly are fragile - but so tasty! I think this would work well as a GF crumb crust... bake 1 large cookie in a 8x8 pan, then "crumb" it up, add some cornflake crumbs and prepare a crumb base. I will try and repost the results! revision: pressed the entire recipe into a 9x13 pan and baked for 30 mins (until golden on the edges), let cool ..."