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Delectably divine! Perfect blend of flavors-love cardamon being the Swedes we are. Rich but small portions. Hubby and I thought that was fine-a little dessert is better than none. LOL! If you look at my pic, I used a half cup custard cup for each portion and I measured the filling- it is one third cup for each portion-a total of 2/3's so you need to plan your serving dishes. Thank you Boomette for sharing.
Delicious! Very chocolatey and the spices are nice and subtle. Perfect portion size for two. I did double the recipe so we can enjoy some tomorrow as well :-) Made for PRMR
AWESOME! This was so easy and soooo great! I would highly recommend tripling or quadrupling this recipe! It actually makes just about enough for one serving. The flavor is so rich and chocolatey and the texture is wonderfully thick and velvety. I only used the cinnamon and replaced the others with a dash of vanilla powder. I also topped them with chocolate whipped cream. Thanks, Boomette for another keeper.
5 stars PLUS. This is a decadant , chocolate, spicy bit of heaven. I love how it makes just 2 servings since it is just my DH and I . I used demi tasse cups for serving. I also did a chocolate whipped cream for the top. It is a little more firm then what I think a mousse is but I don't care this is AWESOME. I would definitly go for small dashes of the spices and then taste the chocolate mixture and add more if needed . I did LOL I didn't have any ground caradamon so just pt two pods in the cream while it was heating. I found it strange not to temper in the egg and it is very important to use a fine mesh sieve. There were just a few bits of cooked egg. I used regular sugar in the egg white I don't like the taste of icing sugar. I also added just a pinch of all spice. This is going in my Divine recipes of 2009 CB Made for Bevy Tag Sugar Shack event