This recipe is from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. They are absolutely wonderful. I actually use a little less cocoa in the frosting than it calls for, but feel free to adjust according to how chocolaty you like it.
Once you taste these you're hooked! They are so good to munch on, whether it be for a quick snack, family movie night, or just about any time.You might want to double the recipe, because these will disappear fast. This calls for margarine, don't use soft-whipped or butter!
This just may be the Cadillac of chocolate sandwich cookie! I got this from the Godiva site and these are just amazing! They just about melt in your mouth! Times are approximate, and do not include chilling time.
Rich enough to be a dessert. This is so rich that you could cut the sugar in half or out and it will still taste great. I used half whipping cream and half skim milk. The orange rind gives it a nice subtle flavor. Makes 2 drinks. Recipe can be halved or doubled.
These were really good! Got this recipe years ago from an old Emeril Live episode. The spices in this give it a nice zingy aftertaste that I love. Rich and hard to eat just one. I use 1 stick of butter to give it nice taste, and 1 stick of margarine to give the cookies a nice shape. I also use dark chocolate syrup and Ghirardelli chocolate chips (bittersweet).
I love "mocha" anything, and this definitely fits the bill. Oh it's so good. This makes a great bundt cake. I've had this recipe for quite awhile, and I don't remember where I got it. All I know is that it's great! Don't forget the icing! The recipe for the icing follows the directions.
This recipe is from Cook's Illustrated,and is unbelievably good. With a delicate whisper of coffee, the flavors meld together to give you a wonderful promise. It's so good! Add your choice of vanilla or coffee ice cream! You just gotta try this! Times are approximate.