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This is a great recipe and supper quick. Rather than a loaf pan I used a Mini muffin pan to make bite size muffins.... They tended to stick but they stayed moist for days. The Folks in the office loved them.
This was a very quick and easy recipe. I whipped it up in no time flat. The only thing is, I used a normal size loaf pan (9 x 5 I think are the measurements) and the bread didn't rise very much, only about 1 inch or so. Perhaps I used the wrong size loaf pan? Maybe the mini pan would be the right size. Oh well, still tasted great. I chopped it up into 1 inch squares and brought it to work. The girls all gobbled it up! Thanks for posting!
How quick and easy this is! Despite unassuming ingredients, this is a rich, moist chocolate-y treat! I made just as written, using SF raspberry jam. Bake time was 22 minutes. My only problem was keeping DH out of it. ;-) Just a super recipe!
We loved this. It was really good and easy to make. I used blackberry jam. Will make again. Made for Fall PAC 2007.
After seeing ladypit's review, I had to try this one as we have similar tastes and habits. To be succinct, I could simply write "ditto" having used the same recipe for the Bisquick and also enjoying the same delicious results. I used a black berry fruit spread and we loved it. Thanks!
This is so much better than I expected it to be! I used Fat Free Supposed Bisquick Copycat Baking Mix as the bisquick, all egg whites, and regular (not sugar free) strawberry jam with big chunks of strawberry in it. These are such minimal changes (as egg sub. is simply egg whites with coloring and the sugar in the jam simply adds calories) that I think it's an accurate representation of the recipe. And I was expecting a fine little snack, nothing special. But this is moist and just enough chocolatey with bites of the lovely strawberries. Really a great easy little snack it would be perfect in lunchboxes. I'll definitely make again. Thanks so much!