5 Reviews

this recipe was very easy to make and it came out great. i was worried when the dough was crumbly, but i followed directions and patted it down in the pan. thanks for the super easy recipe, it is a definit keeper

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busy mom #4 February 21, 2008

I made this earlier this morning, the four kids have eaten about half the pan already! The rest I have sliced up, wrapped and put into the freezer for their school lunchboxes. Easy recipe, took a little longer to cook than stated (about 20 mins) and I used white sugar instead of brown. Turned out just fine :) I will make this again anytime!

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BowerBird January 29, 2006

Instead of greasing the pan, used parchment paper. This did 23 minutes longer to bake than the 12 minutes that is listed. I used a King Arthur commercial grade baking pan, 1st time being used. The loaf pans I purchased from them conducts heat different than a regular type of pan, but I think 23 extra minutes was a bit on the extreme side. I won't know if that was the case or not until I use the pan again. These were Fantastic tasting. Thank You Breeze144!

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lets.eat January 09, 2006

I chose this recipe for "Freeze It Tag" and let me first say- It was the same after it was frozen as it was before it was frozen. With that said... I did not like these. I made them twice because of a big ingredient mistake the first time. They did turn out better the second time around but this is something I would never want again. Sorry!

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Chef Mommie September 30, 2005

This is a great fast and easy recipe. This would be really great for kids to do. A wonderful alternative to chocolate chip cookies.

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blue835 August 14, 2005
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