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  1. Tiffany G

    Has anyone tried it with an egg substitute like a flax egg or maybe greek yogurt?

  2. Linda

    My 4 year old very finicky grandson was offered one, of which he studied it before taking, finally took one , took a bite and proceeded to eat the whole thing!!! We were shocked and so happy to watch this!
    However I made them in mini muffin tins using muffin liners to ease the cleanup. The liners were diffucult to remove and pulled some of the cooked muffin with it. So don’t use liners!!
    Although we loved them my daughter and I thought we’d like them better without the lemon zest. For us the dominant flavor became the lemon and I guess we’d rather taste the other flavors. (but who knows maybe that’s why my grandson loved them!?)
    Will definitely be making these again and try poppig them in the freezer!!!
    Thank you!!!!!

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  3. Tiffany

    I didn’t care for the lemon zest – almost took away from the savory flavors. But these would have been really good without it. They crisped up nicely in the mini muffin tins with a heavy coating of olive oil spray.

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  4. Judy Cathey

    These r great! I’ll double the recipe next time. They’ll be gone in a few days around here

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  5. Doreen

    Very good. Can you freeze them for later?

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