This is one of those recipes that has been around for a long, long time. I remember one of my Aunt's making this recipe when I was a little girl. It brings back memories. The cake gets moister and more delicious after sitting for 24 hours.
Yes, this is the thirteenth entry for this particular recipe, and yes, it is different from all the rest. This is one of the most requested desserts I have. Easy to put together, and ohhhhhh soooooo gooooood. (People actually make strange noises while eating it.) It will keep for a few days in the fridge, but only if you padlock the door. :) Cooking time does not include the time needed for chilling. NOTE: whipped cream is measured after it has been whipped.
These remind me of Christmas because for years they were a mainstay on my family's holiday cookie tray. They are very rich but not TOO sweet. The chocolate filling has the consistency of a brownie, surrounded by a flaky cream cheese pastry crust.
This recipe comes from www.McCormick.com Make as directed or pour into ramekins for individual servings. Pumkin lovers, this is 5-star all the way! If you like this one from McCormick, you'll enjoy Recipe #392276 also. :)
I spotted these on Seriouseats.com this week and couldn't resist (they're originally from the bakery Baked). We enjoyed them at our office Halloween party. Recommendation: Eat them fresh -- they lose their punch when they sit overnight in the fridge and can get too wet. Expect a denser, cake-like cookie and not the usual fluffy chocolate whoopie pie. To up the orange color, maybe mix in some food coloring to the icing or add colored sugar to the edges.