copied from Nestle website at http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/detail.aspx?ID=28454
The 10 minutes of cooking time is refrigeration time.
The chocolate chips and syrup are my additions to this recipe.
I LOVE the flavor of whipped chocolate yogurt. This variation is easy to throw together for lunches. My son likes to stir-in a spoon of cherry pie filling. fyi- The texture is not similar to the whipped commercial product. I like to use Nancy's low-fat Yogurt. Really any natural, plain yogurt would work.
I found this on another recipe site. I believe this chef is also a Zaar chef----- "Shared by: Dancer 3 Points Per Serving Hi Everyone, I made this last night and its wonderful. You don't need and icecream maker for this. I used the hand mixer for a good 5 minutes. DHTB loved it and thought it was fattening *looking innocent* I never told him it was low-fat. ooops."
I think I've tried every dumpling recipe on RecipeZaar in an effort to duplicate my friend's soup. Yesterday, I "caught" her making them for her boys. Maybe the one-on-one lesson did the trick. Here is her "recipe"