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This is a very good recipe however it is very sweet.
I would recommend that after the first 40 seconds you put in slices of bananas. It adds a nice flavor and the warm banana sections are really good!
Or in the start add in 1/4 cup of peanut butter! Just a few suggestions.
Also if you're making it for 2 servings.
Put it in for about 1 1/2 minutes at the start and then another minute and a half to thicken and go up by intervals of 30 seconds! Just some helpful hints!
Yummy! Perfect for a sweet fix. I experimented with this since I didn't want to pile on 17 more grams of fat at the end of the day. I used skim milk, omitted the salt, traded lite Hershey's syrup for the chocolate chips, and added 1/2 a tablespoon of reduced fat peanut butter. It still came out delicious!
This is delicious, and so simple! My mom went absolutely bonkers for it!
Super easy! The whole family was craving some chocolate, so I wanted something quick and small. This was perfect! I did double the recipe. I used arrowroot powder instead of starch, and dark chocolate chips (bc that was all I had). Figured out it was too dark for my son about half way through - yes, I licked the spoon! I added about a tbsp of honey and a teaspoon of cane sugar and it was great! Thanks for sharing!
This is amazing. I am allergic to corn so I used tapioca flour instead and it turned out perfect. It was so easy to make and I always have these ingredients on hand.
This gave me my sweet fix. I did it on the stove and it was super yummy :) Thanks!
This is a great recipe. Easy to do and taste great. Thanks for posting :) Made for Favorite tag game of 2009