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Double Chocolate Fudge Cups

Double Chocolate Fudge Cups recipe
photo by:kraft
I am a total chocolate lover! This was the most wonderful desert I have ever had in my life!
posted by
 a cook
on 4/10/2011
time
prep:
10 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/16/2005
my cups shriveled and fell after i brought them out of the oven. the taste wasn't good, either. i don't bake often with chocolate or cocoa, so i don't know what i did wrong. can someone help me. they look delicious, so i know i did little things that ruined them. help!
posted:
12/2/2005
this recipe was very simple and easy to make. i thought it was too rich, but it tasted and had the texture of a souffle.
posted:
11/27/2005
I thought this recipe was great. It is very chocolately. They taste like miniature souffles. Great with real whip cream o the top.
posted:
11/27/2005
These were a big hit when I made them (I served them with sliced strawberries and Cool Whip). They are rich and moist and not too sweet. It's hard to believe they're low fat!
posted:
11/24/2005
I hated this recipe. I made 3 batches of these for Thanksgiving ( I always make something new every year), and I didn't find out until they were all nearly done that they were way too bitter and too choclatey. They were horrible. I looked over the recipe many times and checked my ingredients a few times and I couldn't find anything wrong. The only thing I can conclude is that someone left out something on the instructions. I figure maybe I'm supposed to cut the semi-sweet chocolate in half? I don't even have a clue. I am a very precise person. I don't miss anything!
posted:
11/19/2005
I have made this several times but reduced the carbs by substituting Splenda brown sugar so my diabetic husband can enjoy them. Also found that my baking them only 15 minutes instead of the 18 as reccomended they tasted a lot more like fudge. My daughter, who loves chocolate, loved these. They are sweet enough to satisfy any tooth and so very easy to make. It also helps to warm them a little bit via the microwave for about 10 to 15 seconds if you are not going to serve them immediately; this brings out the fudge flavor. Thanks so much for the great recipe and the new Food and Family holiday magazine.
posted:
11/17/2005
it is very delisious and easy to make
posted:
11/16/2005
I was not impressed. Granted, their is a chance I didn't do it right. Though I followed the directions very carefully, my product was not identical to the picture. I found it to be too dense and not very sweet. If I made this recipe again I would beat the egg white for 5 minutes and bake for at least 20min.
posted:
11/16/2005
Yum! Great low calorie recipe. Very easy to make. Great for chocolate lovers. I loved it warm, and it was also very good the next day at room temperature. I will definitely make it again.
posted:
10/29/2005
This was very rich and chocolatie. I love making this one for birthday parties and all the kids love it!!
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