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January 04, 2012


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These are the perfect ending to our meal to take us out of the Arctic chill Jerry. Easy too! Who would believe they were light!


You really had me at chocolate but Mexican chocolate dishes are among the best in the world.


The thing I liked about these cakes is that they really were low-cal. Some so-called 'light' desserts still come in at a ton of calories and a high fat content. They may be lighter than the original version but still not as light as an apple. These come in at less than 200 calories per serving - truly light in my books.

They sure are giz - I love the layers of flavour.


Chocolate souffle has been on my to-do list forever. I have no particular reason for not having done this before - apart from a slight fear that I will like it too much ;) I'll wait until I have a party, so there won't be dangerous leftovers. That's a cute Santa dish! I wonder: were you able to pay attention to the game with the souffle in front of your eyes?


These were great Simona - I know what you men about liking them too much though - I had to make sure paul ate the extras. thank goodness I only did half of the recipe.

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