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I followed this method for making a pot of tapioca for my husband. I omitted the chocolate and used vanilla flavoring rather than almond. (My husband said, "I'm a traditionalist, leave it alone.") The texture of it was just what he was looking for and I loved not having to stand at the stove and stir. Thanks!

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pedspeech April 10, 2011

Really enjoyed this. I used only 3/4 cup of sugar and that seemed to work out well. I think more would lessened the flavor. The chocolate/almond flavor worked out very nicely too. All of enjoyed . Great for the slow cooker. Made for Rookie Tag.

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weekend cooker November 21, 2013

Very nice tasting pudding, this! I have a definite sweet tooth so used the full complement of sugar & had not problem with the pudding thickening properly! I do enjoy tapioca puddings & really liked the almond & chocolate combo! [Made & reviewed in Newest Zaar]

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Sydney Mike February 07, 2011

This was a great flavor combination but I think the portions were a little off. I made half the recipe and used 2 eggs, 1/2 cup sugar and the 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and found that I would have increased the cocoa powder and the sugar as it really wasn't very sweet. It was a little on the "goopy" side too and not sure why.............Made for PRMR :)

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~Nimz~ January 30, 2011

I made this last night (2/9/13) and used 2 t almond extract and 2 t cocoa powder. I sampled it today and could taste neither one. This definitely needs to have at least 1/3 to 1/2 cup cocoa powder, maybe more.

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gringobob February 10, 2013
Chocolate Almond Tapioca Pudding (Slow Cooker)