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    Want hot coffee with chocolately goodness, without all the hassle? Then this is it, real easy and can be made even with office breakroom coffee. Yum!

    Recipe #488901

    Also known as the poor man's milkshake. I've tried it hundreds of time and it just didn't taste as good as ice cream milkshakes, but then I found the secret: vanilla syrup. If your looking for a creamy texture, this isn't the recipe for you. If you don't mind a little icey-ness then your going to love it! I make it in my magic bullet, so the recipe is going to reflect that. I figure, just multiply by 4 and it should work for a normal blender. Not promising though.

    Recipe #432427

    An easy recipe that is made in the microwave and that I invented when I was about 12 years old, with no adult help. The only thing to watch out for are marshmellow explosions, so be careful!

    Recipe #377428

    Perfect for that person who can't be bothered to use more then the microwave, but doesn't want to eat yet another frozen entree. Or you can make the effort and use the stove top, both work. Easy to make, and the surprise is Vegetables, so you get something healthy snuck in too. My dad likes to make this and I can honestly say you don't taste the icky green stuff.

    Recipe #359436


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