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Frozen Chocolate "Soufflés"

Frozen Chocolate "Soufflés" recipe
photo by:kraft
Great summer treat - easy
posted by
windrider45
on 9/14/2011
time
prep:
15 min
total:
5 hr 15 min
servings
total:
Makes 8 servings.
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posted:
10/3/2007
better for looks
posted:
10/2/2007
So yummy! MMM!! but make the layers of oreo's thin otherwise it will fall apart.. You will love this and so will your children.
posted:
9/21/2007
This was a fun and easy recipe to prepare and made a nice dessert. I used the Healthy Living variation, with the exception of substituting 100 calorie pack Oreos for the regular Oreos. We really enjoyed it.
posted:
9/19/2007
I made this recipe with my granddaughters this weekend; they enjoyed helping with it and it was fun to do. They, of course, loved it; the adults all liked it OK but did not find it anything special or different.
posted:
9/4/2007
I used all sugar free ingredients! it was great!
posted:
9/3/2007
Excellent!!! Made this for a special dinner.....the presentation(served on individual plates) and taste(made 4 different kinds using 4 different flavored pudding and 4 different cookies) went over very well and everyone wanted the recipe. Thanks KRAFTFOODS! Please keep all the new recipes coming!
posted:
8/30/2007
i bought the ingredients for 2 batches because my family has a big sweet tooth. it was good after 5 hours but was frozen too hard the next day but the kids loved it and i will make it again.
posted:
8/30/2007
With help from KraftKitchens I was able to solve the probem we are all having: no binder for the cookies which causes crumbling and falling. Suggestion: Crush cookies finer. (size of granulated sugar that you find atop muffins). After putting pudding mix over cookies layer use big spoon to 'pack' it down over cookies (push gently with spoon a few times). I served them directly from the freezer--they 'loosen' up pretty fast. Put cherry on top and run a few beads of chocolate syrup across plate (add another cherry to plate for color). VERY popular dessert and looks professional.
posted:
8/30/2007
This recipe was quick,easy and delicious...who doesn't love CHOCOLATE! As to the comment it doesn't stack...if you spritz the Oreos with milk it will moisten the cookie and help it stick to the pudding mixture, it works for me.
posted:
8/29/2007
A question to rate this recipe has "would you make this recipe again? Yes/No?" But they didn't leave an option for heck, yes! :) It was wonderful. Much, much better than I expected. It's also surprisingly filling so you really only need one per person.
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