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    This is based on the recipe on the Jose Cuervo Sweet & Sour bottle. It's perfect! My mom discovered it.

    Recipe #438801

    This recipe came from the back of a Nestle cocoa can. I've been making these for years, and they're always a hit. The batter is pretty thick, which makes them very fudgy. The original recipe included frosting, but I think it makes them too rich. If you have a strong sweet tooth, you might like them with the frosting. The frosting recipe is posted separately. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371961

    This recipe is from the back of a Nestle cocoa can. This recipe is actually intended to top the brownie recipe from the same can (posted under "Fabulous" Brownies). I think it's too rich with the brownies, but it works as a really great all-purpose chocolate frosting. Enjoy!

    Recipe #371847

    This recipe is originally from Woman's Day Magazine. Watch out, it's incredibly rich and decadent. You can make it up through step 5 a couple of days before you need it, then glaze it an hour or two before serving and refrigerate to set the glaze. You can also substitute Neufchâtel cheese for the cream cheese to reduce the fat content. Make sure to use good quality white chocolate chips so that they'll melt well. I also occasionally sub the semisweet chocolate for 60% cacao chocolate and use the semisweet for the glaze. Cook time includes refrigeration time. Enjoy!

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