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Enjoy a serving of this rich and indulgent treat on special occasions.
Garnish with coffee beans and a sprinkle of unsweetened cocoa just before serving.
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looks delicious! <3
I have not made the recipe yet but I plan to with some alterations to reduce the fat and cholesterol levels. I will do some experimenting.
azkimmy1 on 3/19/06 said in their comment that the cookies were too mushy because of being crumbed then dipped..." The recipe says to drizzle not to dip the crumbed nilla wafers. Their bad result may be due to not following the recipe correctly.
I would like to see a lower fat and cholesterol recipe. Low fat or fat free whipped topping can be used as well as maybe a light cream cheese and whipping it before adding it to the rest of the recipe.
yes I would make this recipe again, but with some changes. I would not soak the wafers. This make this dish musshy and take the true taste of the wafer and the pudding away, here I would keep the texture together. Maybe trying placing the mixture and whip cream inside of the wafers for fuller flavored garnish or topping. This would be a great hot summer treat for guest, and just a simple desert.I will let you all know how this turns out. I am sure it will be great.