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"I first tried this recipe in 2003 and have been fixing it every year for St. Patrick's Day since. I even used for my catering gigs when I served 'seasonal' or themed lunches, got rave reviews! I also added potatoes (how can you do 'Irish' without potatoes! and I added a handful of frozen peas right before serving for a pop of color. Wonderful ..."
Mar 12, 2009 on Food.com
"This is EXACTLY what I was looking for when I searched for 'Hot Chocolate Mix'!!! Not too sweet! I love dark chocolate!! I may add more powdered sugar when I make this for gifts this December, altho it's perfect for me just the way it is. Thanks CatlingMex for providing the perfect mix!"
Oct 21, 2008 on Food.com
"If I could rate this higher than 5 stars I would! This is a truly SENSUOUS dessert! I didn't like the almond extract either so I added, what else! more vanilla! People actually swoon over this, especially if you drizzle warm raspberry or blueberry preserves over the top. This cheesecake just adds to my already revered status as the culinary ..."
Mar 14, 2008 on Food.com
"I too saw this on Yahoo & tried them today, not for the diet-conscience! But very yummy!! I found that the bake time was a little too long, would suggest checking them at 35 min and going from there. Will definately keep on baking these!"
Apr 30, 2007 on Food.com
"If you have someone in your circle of friends and family who doesn't like to bake from scratch (like my sister this makes a great gift! One recipe of dough fits nicely in a 5 cup container. Another idea is to scoop the dough up using a mini scoop (like a tiny ice cream scoop and freeze the little cookie balls until solid. Then you can toss th..."
Mar 28, 2007 on Food.com
"Just made these delightful muffins, but noted a discrepancy; no salt is listed in the ingredient list, but it is called for in the first step of the directions. I added 1 tsp., could maybe use a little less. Did others make these without the salt all together? Regardless, these are mmmmmm-tasty! Also, I used fresh rosemary since I had it in t..."
Oct 3, 2006 on Food.com
"This went IMMEDIATELY into a protective plastic sleeve. I will make this again and again! My hubby absolutely loved it and so did I!!"
Jul 1, 2005 on Food.com
"This was fabulous! Just wanted to add my two cents on another reviewers comment about how this makes so much...I split this recipe up into 5 - 4" cheesecakes (I'm currently testing the freeze-ability of 1 of them. No one could walk away from these! And by substituting low-fat or fat-free cream cheese, which I did, I was able to drop the Total ..."
Mar 8, 2005 on Food.com
"I altered this recipe a little to suit my tastes...you can never have too much chocolate! I made mine with 3 C. hot chocolate mix instead of 2 C. Then after mixing it all together, I whirled it around in my food processor to give it a nice, fine grind. I also prepare mine a little stronger than this recipe calls for, I use 1/4 C. mix to a typic..."
Jan 31, 2005 on Food.com