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White Chocolate Lace Cups

White Chocolate Lace Cups recipe
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This looks so pretty and is easy to make. I like the fact that you can make it as "guiltless" as you wish, except for the chocolate.
posted by
sassy1lady
on 1/16/2008
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
2/20/2006
Made for Valentine's Day. They were easy and elegant and delicious. Next day I made again only using Bakers dark chocolate and that was great. Only I would melt the dark chocolate over hotwater next time as it started smoking in microwave!
posted:
2/20/2006
Just be careful when you peel the foil off of the white chocolate cups. It could be really messy. Yummy, buy messy.
posted:
2/18/2006
It was so simple to make. Just be careful not to burn the chocolate.
posted:
2/17/2006
I made these cups for Valentine's Day. My husband likes dark chocolate, so I used Baker's semi-sweet chunks to make them. And I used different recipe for the filling - the Toblerone and cool whip chocolate mousse. It tunred out great - very chocolately. The raspberries added a nice flavor as well.
posted:
2/16/2006
I loved this recipe although it was a little time consuming. I found if you put the chocolate on with a paintbrush freeze it for 5 min. and then do another coat the shells came out perfect. I also used strawberries since raspberries are hard to find where I live.
posted:
2/16/2006
This was very difficult to make. Although the comments were good, the recipe itself wasn't all that user friendly. Its simple to melt chocolate, but to get the cups to form correctly was another story. Maybe it was just the "cooks" error.
posted:
2/15/2006
I didn't expect this dessert to taste sooo good.
posted:
2/15/2006
Excellent & easy. I used chocolate chips in place of white chocolate and strawberries rather then raspberries. It was out of this world.
posted:
2/15/2006
I had a lot of fun making this recipe! My trick to get the chocolate to stick was to turn the muffin tin upside down and then line the bottom cup part of the pan with foil. I think it worked out nicely this way. I also used semi-sweet and white chocolate for a fun two-toned look. I filled the cups then with our favorite ice cream and sliced strawberries. It's a great recipe to mix your favorite flavors together in one dish! I would definately make this again.
posted:
2/15/2006
I made this using heavy duty foil instead of muffin cups, no problem getting the foil off at all. My only problem was the amount of chocolate the pooled at the bottom. It was a bit too thick making it harder to eat and less room for the filling BUT everyone just loved it and it was really easy.....
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