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This has been a hit every time I've made it. I have also used bittersweet chocolate instead of unsweetened (can't always find pareve unsweetened when I want it), and cut down considerably on the added sugar. Most recently, I wanted to use up some Passover "leftovers," so I experimented by adding chocolate chips, banana slices, and walnuts. I had to increase the baking time quite a bit, but it came out absolutely delicious and my guests all raved.

Thank you for a great recipe!

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withaneff April 29, 2011

I made it for a Passover (flour-free) dish for diners who are lactose-intolerant. I sprinkled sweetened cocoa powder on top. It was a huge success and 6 out of 7 diners loved it, regradless of allergy requirements. Even the hard-to-please claimed it was as good as any good restaurant dessert. Only one diner found it too sweet.

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kalisheh April 15, 2009
Lactose Free Flourless Chocolate Cake