SAN RAMON, California
Member since Sep 2008
"Easy to make, easy to eat! I added 1/4 teaspoon of ground cinnamon to the oat mix. Instead of greasing a baking sheet, I lined it with parchment paper. Like the other reviews, I reduced the oven temp to 250 and baked for 40 min, then off for 15 min, cooled the baked granola for 10 minutes on a cooling rack. Then I broke the baked granola into a "
"It's the perfect "go to" when you are looking for an easy soup to make. I made a few small tweaks...cut down the olive oil to 1TB since there was 2TB of butter. I've made this with fresh butternut squash (per the recipe as well as roasted the cubed squash with olive oil and S/P . To make it even easier, I substituted 3 cans (15 oz of pureed org"
"Saw this on Chuck's show and had to make them. So tasty and delicious. I added an extra 1/2 TB of cocoa to the batter because I wanted a little more chocolate flavor. I have also tried it also using 1 cup of buttermilk in place of the yogurt and it came out just as moist. In terms of changes to the frosting, I only had 1 cup of marscapone chee""