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"I put making this for so long, because I thought it wouldn't turn out and I would be a failure. I am so happy to say that I took the iniative, today, and made this bread. It turned out beautifully. It's an "anyone can do this" type of recipe.
I followed the suggestions from other raters about what GF flour mix to use: 1 cup of sorghum, 1/4..."
Jan 23, 2013 on Food.com
"Whoa....dangerously delicious! This blows your diet in a matter of bites. I lightened it up by using more egg whites than whole eggs, light sour cream and low salt Spam (hubby's request. Be aware: if using Spam instead of bacon, it will be saltier."
Dec 1, 2012 on Food.com
"This is a fabulous recipe! My family had their doubts....they thought I was crazy to make a dish like this. The kids were the first to try and LOVED it so much they begged to eat it all before dad got home from work. We saved the pan for him to dig into. When he arrived home, bone tired, he didn't have the energy to cook something else, so he ..."
Nov 26, 2012 on Food.com
"Oh boy, these are super!
I tweaked a few things. First off, I used brown sugar instead of white. My flour mixture was 3/4 cup brown rice flour, 1/4 potato starch, 3/4 cup white rice flour, 1/4 tapioca flour. I also used 3 chunks of crystallized ginger cut up small pieces and mixed into the flours. I refridgerated the mixture a bit afte..."
Oct 19, 2012 on Food.com
"I got this recipe, originally, off of a Sunday School website. It was a craft for the kids to make "Pharohs Bricks" with or without the straw (oats, in this case. It went over SO well, that I had to find a proper recipe and keep it. These are really fantastic tasting - though, we used almond butter. We had no "grainy" problems and our powdere..."
Oct 7, 2012 on Food.com
"This turned out fantastic! Nice and moist (with a slightly crusty outer - which I was hoping for. I halved the oil and replaced it with lowfat buttermilk in hopes of making it "healthier". Could not have been tastier and feel better about the fat content now. Maybe I should not have had a 2nd slice, though....probably cancelled out my lowfat ..."
Oct 5, 2012 on Food.com
"I had enough berries to make two pies. I followed the directions very well and both pies still came out fairly runny. I suggest others use a bit more cornstarch or some flour to add to the berry mixture. The taste, however, MORE than made up for the presentation."
Jul 27, 2012 on Food.com
"Have an 11 inch tart pan. Smaller diameter of pan will increase problems with cooking times. The tart tastes a bit like flourless chocolate cake and molten lava cake - which is exactly what I was going for.
The term "set" is not defined enough. I believe you can cook this and take it out when you put a tooth pick in and it comes out a ..."
Jul 12, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"A foolish mistake was made in the dry ingredients. 1 and 3/4 cups of flour instead of ounces. Absolutely gutted that I "ruined" them. However....I baked them all, anyway, and I have to say... They are WONDERFUL, albeit, they are not the consistency they are supposed to be. Although, as far as taste goes: GOOD EATS! I am, in fact, en ..."
Feb 16, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Made this for Valentine's day. Fabulous! My first try at scallops in anything - and it turned out perfectly! Next night's leftovers and the kids nearly finished it all up...mushrooms, and all. That's saying a lot :"
Feb 16, 2012 on Food.com