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Terrific! But the lightest thing I used was 2% milk. I doubled it and wasn't sure how to convert the whipped topping. Recipe says cups/ml and my packages said oz/g. sigh. So I TASTED it a few times, which was totally worth it! I ended up using 1 and a half 8 oz cartons. I took it to a family party and got many compliments, questions, and requests for the recipe. I sprinkled the top with mini chocolate chips. Great stuff! Yum! Reviewed for ZWT4.
This tastes just like those chocolates that are shaped like an orange...you wack it and it slices it. I used orange curacao. Very good.
Used Grand Mariner for the orange liquor and sprinkled with dark chocolate bits. Easy and elegant! Made for ZWT4.
love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Very easy and great dessert! I used Grand Marnier instead of the orange extract and regular chocolate pudding mix. Light and creamy, love the orange and chocolate flavors together, and so good.
I loved this! I am a big fan of chocolate/orange flavors together. Will make again soon!
What an easy special treat for DH. In fact, the whole family loved it! Doubles well. Made a graham cracker crust with Splenda and filled it with this delightful mixture, put it in the freezer for a couple hours---WOW! Thanks for posting this!
I love the chocolate-orange flavour combo and am so happy to have found a light dessert that delivers it. Thanks for posting this LUv 2 BaKE, I'll be making it frequently!