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MishainFL


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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Bird Seed Energy Bars
Have made this a few times now and learned this is a VERY versatile recipe. Like others suggest, use 1/2 the honey and the 1/2 the sugar. Also 1/2 the oil (I used coconut oil) and replace the other 1/2 with applesauce. Increasing the egg by 1 also helps prevent crumbling. Double the cinnamon and also add 1 t ginger. Also, on the last batch I had an extra ripe banana so blended that and added it too... adds to some of the sweetness but also a nice soft flavor add.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 2, 2013
Lentil Loaf
Amazing-- WAY better than I had expected! As suggested with others: you need more lentils to fill up the loaf pan. I used 3 cups and just increased the other incredients to taste. I also used 3 eggs and wheat bread. Agree with others... It is slighttly bland, so I also sauteed, garlic cloves, scallion, celery and mushrooms. I also added a tiny bit of jalepeno that I had left from something else. Skip the vegetable broth -- will make too salty. Omit the bread crumbs, but I wanted something for color and texture. Then, I found I had leftover french's dried onions from Thanksgiving. Used that in place of breadcrumbs on the top... very nice tough!! This is very very very very good!! Its a keeper 1

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Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2012
 
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