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"Only giving 4 stars because I made several changes based on other reviews. It turned out great! I added 1/2 tsp cinnamon, used two additional tablespoons of milk, used brown sugar rather than granulated sugar, decreased butter to two tablespoons and decreased salt to half a teaspoon. I also used a 9x9 pan and baked at 350 for 30 minutes. It wa..."
"Quick, easy and healthy. Who can ask for more?! Oh, and it tasted really great, too! I'm not big on "health food", but this tasted more like a comfort food. I used a can of corn rather than frozen corn and 1/2 tsp beef bullion plus 1/2 cup water instead of the broth. Turned out very flavorful. I skipped the toppings as I'..."
"I'm not issuing stars because I'm not sure what happened with my sauce. It never sat up and it tasted way too much like vinegar. I used 1/2 cup broth from my corned beef, 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar and everything else exactly like the recipe said. Let it boil forever then finally added a teaspoon of cornstarch dissolved in a little c..."
"I cannot get this recipe to work at high altitude. I've tried several different strategies, but none work. The flavor is amazing, but I don't recommend the recipe if you live at high altitude. Giving 5 stars because it tasted great and I'm sure it would work perfectly at a lower altitude."
"Maybe I did this wrong, I don't know. They broke when folded and were pretty tough. Flavor was good though. I did use brown rice flour, which is what I had on hand. I rolled them very thin between Ziploc like another reviewer suggested."
"This is an amazing recipe. I've made it many, many times so far using brown rice flour in lieu of the millet flour. I like the double leavening because it maintains the taste of a yeast bread while raising to a nice fluffy product. I made it today with peanuts in the filling and using dreamy, creamy peanut butter frosting (recipe #309777)...."
"Really good! Only complaint was it tasted a little too vinegar-like. I added a little cinnamon just for fun. The texture of this is just right. Not too thin, not too thick."
"If I make again, I will add another tablespoon of cocoa and keep refrigerated after frosting! I let it warm up to room temp and it got a little mushy."
"I tried and tried to make "from scratch" fudge at our altitude (over 7,000 feet) and they all came out sugary and terrible. I was excited to try this recipe to see if it would work here and it worked AMAZINGLY well! Would love to figure out how to do it with cocoa powder, but this is definitely the next best thing. Thank you so much for sharing..."