4 Reviews

very easy recipe. I used almond milk instead of the soy milk. This is the perfect little bite of sweetness I need in the afternoon to get me through! And healthy too!

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wendysb July 12, 2009

I loved them!!! They were very easy to make. My only adjustment is to add 1/4 cup of honey as opposed to 1/3 cup. I used skim milk instead of soy, and it turned out just fine.

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schmidtc55 July 31, 2007

I had a little trouble with this recipe. I'm not assigning stars because I did use half & half instead of soy milk, though I really don't think it was the problem (but can't be sure). I did stick exactly to the ingredient amounts, and wasn't able to get the oatmeal mix very fine in my food processor. When I mixed in the liquids it was really wet, and there was no way to make balls without it going into the fridge for awhile. Then then, it was much too soft & sticky to handle, so I put the balls into the freezer. Even the next day, there were pretty soft and had a much stronger honey flavor than I would have preferred (and I like honey). I liked the idea, but think that the proportions of the ingredients might need adjustment.

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Karen67 July 16, 2007

Very good, especially for a healthy food :D I didn't get a picture because my battery was dead and I had made them for a health nut friend. Discovered that it was something I could enjoy as well as i try to move to healthier eating.

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MarraMamba July 13, 2007
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