My husband and I made it together for our Valentine's Day dinner. It was amazing! Not difficult at all. We made sure to have everything prepped and ready to go. It did take awhile to make, but that was half the fun of it and we'll worth it! Special dinner for a special evening :)
It came out perfect! The only thing is that the recipe said six minutes of cooking. It was more like 20 minutes of cooking and constant stirring for me. But that could be because we have an electronic stove?
I made this last night. A hit! I tweaked it a bit. I used half button mushrooms and half eggplant. Then, I used Neufchatel cheese (trying ri reduce a few calories).
Very good!!! I chose this recipe because it had the least amount of sugar and molasses. It was so tasty. Made it for Independence Day and it went perfectly with bbq'd hamburgers and watermelon.
Super tasty, moist, easy! I added some cinnamon and fresh blueberries. I cut the recipe in half and baked it in a 9x13 for about 25 minutes.
They were very easy to make and they tasted just like the Thumbprint Cookies a grew up with
I used creamy peanut butter instead of the chips. I think the chips would have been better. The peanut butter kept the chocolate from setting up all the way without going in the fridge. Otherwise, they were a hit :)
It was great! I had to adjust the cooking time in the oven. I used much thinner pork chops. I think I only cooked them in the oven for about 10 minutes.