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21. Honey Vanilla Whipped Cream
(Recipes/Dessert Topping)
This makes an excellent topping for our Decadent Chocolate Cake. Honey Vanilla Whipped Cream Ingredients: 1 cup heavy cream 1 Tbsp honey ½ teaspoon vanilla Preparation: ...
is there something that I can use to replace the brown sugar....like honey....would that make a big difference. ...
Hi, Sherrine. Happy bday to great granddad! This cake is delicate, moist and fluffy. I think the honey may weigh it down too much. I wouldn't substitute honey for the sugar without a trial run first. ...
I was wondering if I could use honey instead of sugar? going to bet the children to bake this with me for there great granddad birthday. finger crossed ...
Loved it loved it. Served with the Honey Whipped Cream. So yummy. ...
Wow! I cant believe how good this turned out, I'm deffinately keeping the recipe. I substituted 1 cup of honey for the sugar and cut back the water a little and it was still amazing! Nobody believed that ...
I made this cake for my dad's b-day. I topped each piece with the Honey Vanilla Whipped cream. It was a huge hit with kids & adults! The texture is amazing and the taste is incredible! I used a 9x13 pan ...
I made it with raw wildflower honey and the flavor is amazing; I don't think it really matters too much though. ...
Did you use raw honey, or regular honey? It looks great! ...
I made a few substitutions: -Extra virgin coconut oil instead of butter -Pure grade B maple syrup for both honey and brown sugar - Spelt flour instead of whole wheat flour Turned out very moist and delicious! ...
Just looking for a healthy alternative and landed on your site. Haven't tried the receipe yet, but I do remember the road to Hana. Went there in 1978 on my honeymoon, I remember the curves, the beauty, ...
... by heart now! Thanks so much for sharing!!! I wanted to add that I replaced the honey with Grade B Amber maple syrup, and used oat bran flour, and it turned out just great each time! ...
I replaced a little. Instead of whwf: 1/4 cup white flour 1/4 cup almond meal Instead of honey:1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup light baking syrap from Ikea. Pecans instead of raisins and walnuts. A handful ...
I've made these for my family 3 times now. They LOVE them! I decreased the peanutbutter a little (1/2 - 3/4 c.) and the honey as well (about a 1/4 c.) and they are awesome! After making the adjustments ...
These bars are really delicious. However I wonder would it be possible to reduce the honey and sweeten with Stevia? ...
I made these bars yesterday...was a very large batch! So I split it in half and shaped it into a pie crust. Made a fudge brownie pie..turned out soooo good! I ran out of honey and had to use a mixture ...
... me. I'm going to try replacing some of the honey with peanut or almond butter and see what happens. Thank you for a moist and chewy granola bar recipe! ...
These cookies are so good! I've made mine with cranberries and walnuts, with chocolate chips, with agave instead of honey, I've added flax meal. Every time, they've turned out great. By far my favorite ...
These were really GREAT!! I replaced the oil with coconut oil and i didn't have enough honey so i added thereat as organic brown sugar. This is the first time i have made these and they were awesome. The ...
... to figure it out. Here goes- without the mix-ins, using olive oil and Agave instead of honey each cookie is 117.19. I added some semisweet chocolate chips and the calories went up 155.58 per cookie. I'll ...
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