@lucy snowe Lol -- YES! Your comment just made me miss The Hairpin, in a good way. Thank you. xx
@hotdog I've emailed Emma about it again!! Hopefully it'll be edited soon? ARGH. Sorry.
@Natalie Eve Editing now to read 3 eggs, not 6! Oh my goodness. I actually still love it like this -- the taste reminds me of my favorite pumpkin bread pudding -- but yeah, WHOA. This is not the recipe I made four batches of! Three eggs. Threeee egggggs. I'm so sorry for that. My apologies! xx
@BombayBound I am so sorry you didn't like it! I just dashed to the store to buy the missing ingredients so I could make it again, just to be sure there wasn't a typo. I will say that I made four batches of these suckers before sharing (and have finally eaten my way through all the rough drafts, all of which I loved, too!), so I think it's right? It's cooling now, so I'll report back momentarily. But anyhow, I'm really sorry it didn't work out for you. Can I offer you...looks around... one of my still-warm bars? Or, ok, a chickpea candy-cookie (made the healthy way, with chopped up leftover Halloween candy)?
@Natalie Eve Last night I made a version of these with vanilla extract, and sunflower seed butter, and CARROTS. For real.
@Blackwatch Plaid YES. One teaspoon vanilla extract works great too. I've tried both and liked it either way. xx
@cocokins I hope you love it! And, apologizes in advance for my next recipe, which does involve sweet pumpkin. And chickpeas. Omg, but it's so, SO good...
@DoMark Yay! And, you're welcome! :)
@slough How did it turn out? I hope you liked it! xx
@causedbycomma Yes to spinach! This is a very friendly, flexible recipe.