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Frozen Chocolate Mousse Squares

Frozen Chocolate Mousse Squares recipe
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Chocolate on chocolate, topped with chocolate. Sound stupendous? It is, from the OREO Cookie crust to the whipped center to the chocolate curls on top.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
9/9/2012
Taste good, I skipped the chocolate garnish.
posted:
8/6/2012
Very good and easy to make. I used extra cookies and extra chocalote chips. I have used spread and standard cream cheese and both were good .
posted:
2/8/2011
Big hit at Super Bowl party. Only froze for 4 hours instead of 6 as receipe stated. Guests said it was perfect. Overall easy to make.
posted:
10/24/2010
Wow, oh Wow, oh Wow! This is very yummy. Quite rich, so you only need a small piece, but so worth it. Made 2 of them. One for girls game night and one for family. EVERYONE LOVED IT!!
posted:
9/2/2010
Next time I will add more chocolate & cool whip.
posted:
8/11/2010
delicious, rich recipe. I would not change any part of it. I cut the leftover into small portions it made it easier to freeze and eat later. It keeps well (all gone now !!! ) Small portions are very satisfying.
posted:
7/30/2010
I thought it was really delicious. The only thing I did different was I used more chocolate, & oreos. Obviously I had to use more butter also. It was just a little bit more than 3/4 of a stick. And also I used 6 squares of chocolate instead of 4. But that's me, I like chocolate(: haaaa.
posted:
7/30/2010
This was delish, but by "freezer" do they mean refrigerate? I put in freezer and even after 15 min. was like a mousse pop, I think I will slice after 15 min. then leave out the pieces I cut to soften so its more like a softer mousse, I did however find frozen easy so I could flip it out of the pan and lay it on a flat surface to cut it, then pop rest back to store, again, in freezer, but it gets like a chocolate brick when frozen. That being said,the only thing I did was increase cookies by about 6-7, used processor to chop, but other than that I followed recipe as written, just not sure about the freezer part. I am thinking it would firm up fine just in fridge, maybe I will try that next time. Choc. curls or a dollop of cream would dress it up for company or grated choc. on top of a dollop with a berry.
posted:
7/29/2010
This was a big hit with my family! I used chunck cream cheese instead of spread and it was a thick cheesecake consistency. Still very good. I will try some of the other suggestions like more oreos, next time.
posted:
7/1/2010
This recipe turned out fabulous - a big hit for a summertime dinner party! Taking into account other's suggestions, I used more oreo cookies (20 instead of 12); more chocolate squares(5 instead of 4); and more whipped topping (about 1-1/2 tubs). I also used two 8-oz tubs of the WHIPPED cream cheese spread. Next time I will experiment using low-fat ingredients.
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