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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Summer Squash Bread
I switched it around a bit like some of the other reviewers did, and it turned out great. I used 1/2 white and 1/2 brown sugar, 1 Tbsp vanilla, 1/2 c. veg oil + 1/2 c. applesauce, and only 1 tsp nutmeg. I agree with another comment that said they might up the cinnamon next time, it could have used more. I baked them in the large muffin tins, which took 28 minutes to cook. It made 12 big muffins. They turned out nice and moist and had a nice texture. I think they would have been even better with some walnuts or pecans added.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 29, 2013
Baked Oatmeal II
This recipe is great. I can't wait to try other additions. I made the common tweaks, cut sugar in half (not packed), added a few packets of stevia for some extra sweetness, applesauce instead of oil/butter, and blueberries and pecans instead of cranberries. It was really good, kids liked it and I will be making it again soon. I really like the way it is solid and not so messy to eat, but still the same healthy oatmeal we would normally eat for breakfast. I saw how somebody added flour and made muffins with it, I can't wait to try that too!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 29, 2012
No Bake Oatmeal Cookies
Well, I made these by accident. I had two recipes pulled up, one for these and one for baked oatmeal. I started putting together the ingredients and realized I was making the wrong thing. I couldn't go back so I went ahead and made them thinking that they wouldn't be all that great. I did sub brown sugar for white (only 1/2 cup, not packed) and 1 tsp vanilla or more (I use a lot because it always adds another dimension to the taste, and since I make my own, it's not expensive). I melted the butter so I had to refrigerate a bit before rolling, but I could mix it with a spoon so it made less mess. Lastly, I did not roll them in the confectioners' sugar, since I've been trying to cut calories. I have to admit that I did not have high hopes at all, the recipe sounded good but didn't seem like anything special. Well, after chilling, I've had 5 so far and they are addictive. Kind of like no bakes but with more of a candy bar texture. I'm planning on making truffles for the holidays this year. I'm wondering how they would be dipped in chocolate, maybe with a pecan in the middle. All in all, these were a nice treat. My kids love 'em too!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 29, 2012
 
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