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    Please don't let the prep time make you dismiss this recipe. I love it. My husband and I went to Prince Edward Island for our honeymoon and ate at the Dalvay By the Sea restaurant and indulged in this dessert. When we got home I wanted to share with the rest of my family a part of our incredible road trip through the maritimes. Incredibly I bought a magazine (Canadian Living) and found the exact recipe, for that exact dessert I was blown away by! Now for every important family holiday I make this. Some times I add more ginger. It's fabulous and moist. Just perfect for Christmas or thanksgiving or just coffee with friends.

    Recipe #201736

    An easy, cheap, and flexible week night dinner.

    Recipe #446913

    Fibre, chocolate, local honey. All three make for healthy bodies and yummy, filling snacks. This recipe is very forgiving, play with the ingredients and amounts. The setting time in the fridge is approximate. It depends on how much honey you use, keep in mind that these stay tacky to the touch.

    Recipe #493039

    The meatballs my youngest sister used to eat by the pounds.

    Recipe #481469


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