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Cappuccino Bars

Cappuccino Bars recipe
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This is a great recipe. I used fat free cream cheese and sugar free pudding mixes and light cool whip to cut down on calories. It did not affect the out come of the bars. ...read more
posted by
 a cook
on 8/21/2007
time
prep:
10 min
total:
3 hr 10 min
servings
total:
32 servings, 1 bar each
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posted:
8/21/2005
But - I think next time I will use all the whip cream in the pueding mixture and use a mashmellow fluff on top - I might even try to "ice" the gramham crackers with the mashmellow fluff - Wish me luck!
posted:
8/19/2005
MADE THIS FOR A LARGE CROWD AND EVERYONE LOVED IT INCLUDING ME. I USED CHOCOLATE GRAHAM CRACKERS, AND ADDED EXRTA STRONG COFFEE AND LASTLY, I GRATED THE SEMI SWEET CHOCOLATE IN THE PUDDING MIXTURE AND IN BETWEEN THE LAYERS AS WELL AS ON TOP.
posted:
8/15/2005
Great recipe and easy! I used sugar-free pudding, 1% milk, low-fat cream cheese and low-fat Cool Whip ... everyone loved it. I found it hard to cut right out of the freezer and didn't like the texture of the dessert until I let it sit out for 15-20 minutes, although it doesn't state in the recipe that it should be removed from the freezer first. Could that be because I used low-fat ingredients?
posted:
8/15/2005
I made this over the weekend, and it was a big hit with everyone! I reduced the calorie/fat content by using sugar-free/fat-free pudding, Cool Whip Free, and low-fat cream cheese. It was still delicious!
posted:
8/13/2005
I used chocolate graham crackers instead of honey. I would suggest using more instant coffee to enhance the mocha flavor. The recipe was easy, fast, and good-tasting.
posted:
8/12/2005
This recipe was very easy to follow. On the back of the box of the pudding, it tells you how many servings it makes. That is how you can tell which one to use in this recipe. (it is the small box) My only suggestion is that when you combine everything in the bowl to mix, that you do it quickly as the pudding sets up quick making it a little difficult to work with. Will make it again, and often! Also, I too added more coffee I used 1 and 1/2 TBSP.
posted:
8/12/2005
Using size pan given, it takes 15 grahams just for the bottom so must use add'l 15 for the layer. Additionally, It was hard deciding which boxes of pudding to use. Seems the sizes in which they come vary greatly. 4 seervings should be changed to how many ounces to use. I finally used two pkgs. each weighing 3.9 oz. and it came out just right. There are two things I will try next time and that will be to use a smaller pan and make more lawyers and also to add double the amount of coffee granules. My husband and I loved the recipe as neighbors whom I brought some to. I do wish Kraft would standarize the servings and/or amount of the small and the large pkgs of pudding!!!
posted:
8/11/2005
I did not add the coffee crystals, used the lower fat cream cheese, 2 per cent milk and the light version of the whipped topping. This is a very creamy and luscious dessert. My family LOVED it!
posted:
8/11/2005
I thought it was most delicious desert. i made it for the people that work for me and they loved it. all the women asked me for the recipe and where i got it from.
posted:
8/9/2005
I did not like the taste of this. It did not come out like I thought it would. The guys at my husbands job loved them though. That's why I only gave it 2 stars.
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