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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Cathy's Banana Bread
This makes an excellent batch of 22-24 standard sized banana muffins. At 350 degrees, mine were beautifully browned all around but not burned in just under 25 minutes.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 3, 2007
Garlic Cheese Flatbread
I worried about the review which called this a 'sticky mess from start to finish', and they were certainly right. But I just kept adding more flour until it wasn't sticky and figured at worst we'd just end up pitching it. But to our surprise it was quick, easy and delicious. My 5 yr old could have eaten the whole thing. We cut it in strips and dipped in spaghetti sauce...yum! Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 15, 2007
Fabulously Sweet Pear Cake
I followed lots of advice from other reviewers: no pecans, 2/3 cup smart balance oil, and a powdered sugar & milk frosting (with some mulling spice sprinkled in), made in 2 8" cake pans (cooked FAST in 30 minutes). It's true it does not have a lot of pear taste, but it is still a nice caramel color and is super duper moist and flavorful in its own way. My daughters thought it was made with bananas. They both said it was "awesome". Thank you, we'll definitely make this nice autumn cake again.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 30, 2007

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