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    I think this recipe is good for satisfying a chocolate brownie/cake craving. It's cheaper than buying a baked good, and since it only makes one (or two) servings, it's economical as well (not having to make a large cake just to satisfy a one-day craving). The cake comes out a bit dense. Texturaly more closer to a light brownie than a cake. I used a 6" tall tapered mug, It expanded the full height whilst cooking, but shrunk down to 4" once the cooking process was done. The cake really shrinks away from the sides of the mug so itll fall out easily. I made this without adding any chocolate chips and don't think it's too chocolatey as is, but chocolatey enough.

    Recipe #453600

    I got this recipe off a bag of store-brand Old Fashion Rolled Oats and made these once and thought they were so delicious I thought I should share the recipe!

    Recipe #460904

    I have been using this recipe for blanketed piggies since I first came across it almost 15 years ago from either my sister or my grade 9 home economics class. I'm so glad I have it since it's so hard to find a blanket recipe from scratch! I can cover a typical Canadian package of 12 hot dogs with this recipe.

    Recipe #452519

    I like this recipe because it's a good way to use up packages of Maria cookies that would otherwise be wasted. I have made this twice so far with the cookie-crumb bottom. The first time I made it following the recipe, and the second time I added a couple tablespoons of cocoa to the cream+milk mixture and crumbed the packages of cookies and made a paste with the coffee and mixed it into the cream+milk mixture which I find looks better than the original preparation. My man said he likes the cocoa version better. I find this cake has a subtle taste, predominantly tasting like Maria cookies. I don't even notice any coffee flavor.

    Recipe #452520


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