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This recipe filled three of my wine glasses. It looked good and tasted great, but the parfaits set up much firmer than expected. This thick texture combined with the chocolate crumbs reminded me somewhat of toasted coconut marshmallows.

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Deb's Recipes October 27, 2008

We liked it! This is very rich so you can only eat a little, but hey, that's probably a good thing! :lol: Next time I will use smaller glasses to yield 6 small servings rather than 4 large. I had trouble stirring in the sour cream after the mixture had chilled, took a lot of elbow grease and never got totally incorporated. However, when the parfaits were served, you couldn't tell they weren't perfectly mixed. Thank you for posting Annisette, made for cookbook tag, see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.

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puppitypup August 26, 2008

This was so yummy and rich!! Easy to make but don't skip step 1 like I did. I let it cool on the table. Then on step4 it will run through the crumbs since it did not cool. I will make again. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders game 2007

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Charlotte J September 09, 2007

Now this is a great way to serve Kahlua! The mixture came out like pudding....I never would have thought to make this, I used chocolate animal crackers, (all I had on hand) and low fat sour cream, even on vacation ;) My sister and I ate it all by ourselves! And we were happy campers! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT3

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Vseward (Chef~V) July 08, 2007
Kahlua Parfaits