These were good although too sweet for my taste. I made the prep easier by using a food processor to make the oat mixture. Then after reserving part and pressing the rest into the pan, I used the processor again to mix the peanut butter & condensed milk. Altogether less than 10 min prep time.
I have made this cake 3 times. First time I followed the recipe exactly, then I started tinkering with the method. Here's what I came up with: (1) not necessary to grease and flour pan (2) not necessary to mix flour and baking powder separately; also not necessary to add it 2 Tbsp at a time - just dump in the flour and baking powder (3) I *did* find it necessary to beat well after each egg addition. This produced a better textured cake. THANKS, STEPHANIE, FOR THIS RECIPE!
Excellent. I added 1 tsp Dijon mustard and a pinch of cayenne to the sauce. This added a nice little edge to the sauce. I also substituted 1/2 cup of white wine for some of the broth. Great. I also successfully split this into two 8x8 pans. I used 12 noodles but that was the only change.
Awesome! Just served this for a Carolina Panthers party and it was a HUGE hit! Thank You Doug! A few comments/suggestions for others: (1) increase the salt to 2 tsp (2) after the meat has cooked, place it in a closed paper bag for 1 hr to further tenderize the meat (3) an 8 lb roast yielded about 15 sandwiches. thanks again!!!
Excellent! Because I'm on the west coast, finding chipped ham is impossible. I used high quality Virginia ham and had the deli slice it as thin as possible. It worked great. I made this in the crockpot - delicious!
A keeper! Great change of pace from beans & rice as a Mexican side dish. Also very versatile: I omitted the chicken, used macaroni instead of spaghetti, and canned tomatoes instead of fresh. Probably less authentic but still delish. Thanks!
Fantastic! I used peanut butter instead of the butterscotch chips. Tasted like Take Five candy bars. Thanks for the great recipe.
Excellent! To make it even easier, I omitted the 1 tsp milk and added the baking soda along with the other dry ingredients. Also, it's better to overbake than underbake these, they'll still be soft and chewy. Delish!!
This is really excellent. I added a pinch of salt, used only 3/4 c sugar, and 1 tsp lime juice for a bit more zing. Fabulous!
I was very wary of all-WW flour cookies. These are AWESOME. Nobody guesses they are whole wheat. Thank you!
Awesome!! Just wish I could find more chard recipes this good.
This was excellent. I omitted avocado, red pepper, and mint jelly (not much in fridge today!) and it was still delish.