This recipe was easy and fun and my four-year-old son and my mother had a great time with it, especially the sprinkles. Coating half the pretzel was a great idea because it is safe and easy for little hands that way. It ends up being a perfect mix of sweet and salty. We found a new Christmas tradition.
I added 1 teaspoon of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda to my regular all purpose flour, and these came out very nicely. They do taste very PLAIN, but they were *perfect* for biscuits and gravy, and I imagine they would be good with jam or honey as well.
This was great! I made it exactly as suggested and it was perfect. My mom thought it was a little too lime-y, so I added a TINY bit of mayonnaise for her and she loved it too. My first guacamole ever and I am very happy.
I made this as part of a meal that already had vegetables in two other dishes, so I omitted the frozen veggies from this, but it was still perfect! I also added a tiny bit of crushed red pepper, and when I tasted it, I thought I had made it a bit too hot. But then my five-year-old son, who despises spicy foods, LOVED it. He asked for more even though he had to keep drinking water to tone down the warmth. Great flavor, and really easy.
Amazing! I made these exactly as specified and they were wonderful. Very hearty and filling, but with a wonderful light flavor. I used unsweetened applesauce and 1 % milk, with Krusteaz buttermilk mix, and the recipe made 13 1/4-cup pancakes that were only 60 calories each. And they were extremely easy to make. I can see (as other reviewers suggest) adding more milk to make them lighter, but they were also great as is. Thank you!
This is a common recipe, but this one has just the right amount of sugar for my tastes.
This is a great basic recipe, one that I will refer to again and again when preparing couscous, even when I make my own adjustments. I'm also very happy to see a recipe that uses bouillon granules instead of cubes. The flavor of this is simple but it accompanies stronger flavored dishes perfectly. Thanks for the great referrence!
These are a yummy treat, very easy to make. My 5-year-old made them with me and he had a lot of fun pressing the crust into the pan and then (gently!) pushing the peanut butter mixture into the chocolate layer. Also, I completely forgot to add the tablespoon of milk and it turned out fine without. The cook time on the crust seemed a little long, though. Just be sure, as one reviewer mentioned already, not to overcook it. It would be better a little lighter and fluffier than mine came out. Next time...