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A very nice dessert - I served this with fresh berries. It's something a little different, and is very easy to make. Thanks for posting, loof!

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Recipe Reader July 17, 2009

This was a nice way to start the day, this sound a lot like a mix between a German pancake and a cheese Danish so made for breakfast. I made as written cutting recipe down to serve two and baked in a small cast-iron pan and served with fresh strawberries. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl July 14, 2013

Other than using 2 ounces cream cheese made this as posted , and made for a nice after church treat for us. Flavors were good and was very easy to make. Just a bit too much buttery taste for me, though I still enjoyed it. Tagged and made in PRMR tag.

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weekend cooker February 12, 2012

A flavoursome dessert which we very much enjoyed with fresh watermelon and a generous dollop of creamy Greek yoghurt. With a recipe like this, I'm a little outside my comfort zone so, except for using less butter (2 flat tablespoons of unsalted butter), halving the powdered sugar and adding a light sprinkling of cinnamon, I made this exactly to the recipe. Very clear, easy-to-follow instructions. I used low-fat milk. Loved the blend of the vanilla and honey - and the cinnamon that I'd sprinkled on top. Thank you for sharing this recipe, loof. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.

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bluemoon downunder January 31, 2009

I followed the lead of prior reviews & made a half recipe using 2 oz cream cheese, but lacked the right size sq or oblong pan & baked it in a 9-in pie plate. I whizzed the mixture together in min w/my magic bullet, but found it easier to heat the butter in my microwave to elminate the in & out of the oven step. This is buttery rich w/just a bare hint of sweetness from the honey & I esp like being able to control that by a choice of how to serve it. I dusted my taste test w/powd sugar & am sure DH will prefer his much-loved ice cream. Thx for sharing your recipe for this easy-fix taste treat w/us. :-)

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twissis May 24, 2008

Like 2Bleu I cut this in half using 2oz cream cheese and 8x8 cake tin. Though I think I may have left my tin a little too long in the oven to heat the butter as my puff raised dramatically around the side giving 4 horns in the corners and wasn't quite cooked in the centre, put back in the oven for another 5 minutes and served with vanilla icecream. We enjoyed and will try again. Made for 123 Hit Wonders 2008. Thank you loof.

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I'mPat January 30, 2008

This was a nice simple recipe with a mild flavor, and surprisingly no sugar in it (other than the powdered sugar on top). We halved the recipe using 2 ounces of cream cheese and baked it in an 8x8 pan. A very nice light dessert. The texture is similar to a custard. Thanks for sharing this one.

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2Bleu December 30, 2007
Honey Puff