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Chocolate Elegance

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Prep this rich superstar chocolate cake for the red carpet (er, tablecloth) in just 20 minutes. Tonight, you deserve the award, mom.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 35 min
servings
total:
14 servings
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posted:
8/24/2009
This was absolutely delicious. Made it for a few friends and after eating it they all wanted the recipe. It was rich, smooth, creamy and silky. Something you can eat even if you are full. Can't wait to make it again.
posted:
6/17/2009
This was so easy and so deliciously divine. My friends loved it. It is so beautiful and delicious. I put it on a cake plate to raise it off the counter and it looked even more lovely. You have to try it! You won't be disappointed!
posted:
3/15/2009
It took longer then 20 minutes to prepare. I did not like the taste of it. It was way to sweet for me. My husband said is was o.k.
posted:
2/15/2009
Definately for chocolate lovers, alittle goes along way. This was easy and tasted great after dinner with coffee. Everyone loved it. Will make this again. Would also be great with fresh strawberries or raspberries. An excellant dessert after big meal.
posted:
1/31/2009
I will use splenda for sugar sugar free cool whip sugar free pudding this cuts down on the to much sweetness
posted:
1/16/2009
love it!!
posted:
1/8/2009
This dessert is very rich and chocolate-y! Definitely a fall/winter dessert and best served in small slices (Big portions would be too much.) Hot coffee or tea and a simple, crunchy cookie would compliment it well. I brought this to a Holiday party where there were many desserts to choose from and this one went fast and everyone liked it. The texture takes a moment for your brain to process, but it's not offensive. It’s really quite nice. It’s a bit like cheesecake filling or a thick pudding. The frosting goes on like a thick glaze but sets to a fudge like frosting after it is refrigerated. I added hazelnut flavoring to the white layer and used toasted, chopped hazelnuts instead of almonds. Note: I could only make this in 20 minutes if I had a kitchen crew, a maid and a dish washer. I don’t, so it took quite some time and effort, but it was worth it.
posted:
1/4/2009
This was excellent. After reading the reviews, I was a bit worried abot the sweetness, so when making the glaze, I used 1 unsweetened and 2 semi-sweet squares of chocolate. This seened to add a less sweet glaze. I also chopped marchino cherries to put on top instead of the almonds. This was a nice touch! I believe this is more like a mouse dessert.
posted:
1/1/2009
I made this and ended up throwing it out. Nobody in the house enjoyed it. I thought it was way too sweet-tasting and was a bit gummy.
posted:
12/16/2008
The finished product was very pretty. I have to admit it is prettier than it tastes, although it tastes good.
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