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Old Wed, Sep-12-01, 23:47
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You are so right cheryl, just like bread & butter pudding. Put cream on top of mine and all I need now is something to replace the sultana's.

Nat, did you try it with Cocoa??, any way fantastic receipe.
Also tried the Faux Cauliflower, fantastic as well.

Deb

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Old Thu, Sep-13-01, 03:40
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I made it again today, this time I toasted it under the grill (thanks Doreen) and topped it with a touch of jam and cream. I had a cuppa with it. It was just like having a Devonshire Tea.

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Old Thu, Sep-13-01, 06:02
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I tried chocolate, but my favourite is cinnamon with raspberry jam!!
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Old Thu, Sep-13-01, 06:13
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Can you please tell me what the carb count is on this.

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Old Thu, Sep-13-01, 07:46
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Trace, if you go to the beginning of the thread, I posted the nutritional information for the original version.

Nat
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Old Sat, Sep-15-01, 04:26
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This is such a verstile recipe.
Today I was in a cinnamon donut mood. What to do? I made up the recipe, left out the lemon, and instead of microwaving it, fried it in oil,butter mixture. I made piklets from it, they are less fragile than the real thing. After draining them on paper towels I sprinkled cinnamon + splenda over them. It worked really well.

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Old Sat, Sep-15-01, 08:08
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doreen, what kind of container did you use in the toaster oven? i'd like to try that!
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Old Sat, Sep-15-01, 10:21
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One day I'll have to try one of these durned things!

They scare me. 'Fraid I won't be able to stop at one.

This may be the LC recipe of the year!

Karen
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Old Sat, Sep-15-01, 12:52
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You're right Karen, one is good...but two would be even better!!!
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Post Mock Daish !!

Hey thanks for posting this recipie, this is a wonderful desert.
The reaction from the rest of my family was a big surprize, by the time they all had a taste it was almost gone.


p.s. try using fresh grated nutmeg
it is wonderful, and the aroma is to die for !!

terri in Baudette
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Old Mon, Sep-24-01, 11:06
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Sure sis, you didn't make it when I was home visiting, thanks a lot. Glad you liked it. I have yet to try it, maybe tonight for a treat I will try it.
Cindy
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Old Mon, Sep-24-01, 11:44
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Talking Sorry Cindy !!

Hey I was craving chocolate, what else can I say.
This sounds like a treat but it is really a slice of Heaven.
You need to try it, I used the pink stuff insted of liquid.


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Old Thu, Sep-27-01, 00:37
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Default Ahhh, sweet mystery of life at last I've found you.

I tried this tonight.

Fast. Easy. Yummy.

I think I'm in love.

/cas
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Old Fri, Sep-28-01, 16:18
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Yummy, just tried this. So many options...

I made mine with a tbsp ground toasted almonds splenda and coconut extract. It would have been so much better with hazelnut extract but alas, I have none. I think I will also try brown sugar twin next time.

I wonder if adding another egg and then baking in the oven (like mockmuffins) may make for a firmer muffin type consistency (for packing lunches etc). Will try that next!
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Old Fri, Sep-28-01, 22:53
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Talking DEEEEE-LISH!!!

I tried this for the first time tonight, and I think I've found my new favorite treat. What a great receipe you found Nat.

I can't wait to try the different variations you all have come up with!
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