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I dont have much puff either LOL
Doesnt matter what I eat and any little black dress looks good me. I am after all on my target weight at a whooping 105 pounds.
Made this today. Hope I have it correct. Wasn't sure if the half pint was American measure or English. Made with 1 cup cream. Put a small amount in 6 small containers. You didn't say if you devour while still hot or when cold. I tried after it was cold. It is so creamy and I may even put less in each as I am trying desparetly to loose weight but I do need something sweet each day and dark chocolate is my favorite. This is a keeper for me.
I'm pleased that you enjoy it!
I eat it cold once a year for health reasons!
Once a year!....now that is funny....don't you know dark chocolate is so good for your heart?....not to mention your mood.....come on treat yourself more often....it will help with the sweeping!!....
I treat myself with dark chocolate and this was delicious but I would not want to eat too much. It is very rich, but worth it.
Just heard on the news:
A tanker has overturn in Poland spilling it’s load across the motorway.
24 tons of liquid chocolate!!
So to all chocoholics grab the largest bucket you can find & get yourselves over there,haha
That looks really good, PTG. And it's super low carb, if you use high cacao dark chocolate. I do a super low carb diet to help manage Type 2 diabetes, so this is a welcome recipe. And, if you're eating low carb, this can help weight loss. ;) Thanks for sharing.
Have fun stormin' the castle!
Not so much as a recipe but and assmblage of food
Totally delicious: the Famous (or Infamous) "bacon buttie" and its lesser known but equally delicious "chip buttie!"
Take two slices of thick sliced white bread. Spread liberally with butter and close on a filling of hot chips straight from the pan. Ketchup or HP Sauce is optional
Beats a 'hot dog' any day.
For serious eating replace the chips or bacon with fish fingers
Heaven on a plate!!!