Chocolate Spread

"This is another one of my mother's recipes. She got this one from a neighbour while she was still living in Israel. Since this is decadent and is not really for diabetics, we use this only on special occasions. Some of the measurements, though, are in grams, because that was the kind my mother used while she was growing up in Israel. I tried to get her to convert the measurements so what you see below is mainly a guess estimate, really."
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Ready In:
1 1/2 cups




  • Cut margarine into small pieces and put in blender.
  • Add the eggs, sugar, vanilla sugar, and eggs, and blend well.
  • Then add the cocoa powder and blend well again.
  • Put in a container and refrigerate.
  • I'm not exactly sure how long it lasts, but it doesn't really last long in my house. it does, however it does refrigerate very well.

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  1. Raw eggs? Sounds a bit scary.
  2. Am I overlooking a step? Does eating this spread mean eating raw eggs? Have you missed the Nestle's cookie dough recall scare?
  3. I use this recipe ALL the time. I adapt it with less sugar, more cocoa (and sometimes a pinch of chilli) for the grown ups. If you use soft brown sugar you also get a more "fudgy" chocolate spread. So versatile! Many, many thanks for this one. It's a keeper!!
  4. This is great stuff! loads of possibilities. Thanks Studentchef!
  5. This is really good stuff. It was hard to not just stand in the kitchen and eat it with a spoon. I made a batch of browines and frosted them with some of this, but there are many possible uses for this. I would highly recomend giving this a try.


I am an Israeli-Canadian who grew up in Montreal Quebec. I love to cook, especially for family and friends, and I love to experiment with recipes and try to do different variations of the same recipe. I did do part of cooking school, but found the place stressful and all the good recipes high in fat and calories, even the good ones. I don't have a fave cookbook, but I eat kosher. I have a dream and that is to own my own B&B one of these days. I also love creative writing, and maybe I like to try make up a recipe of my own and see if I'm good at doing that. I have to add that I do have some favourite chefs from the Food Network. They are Giada De Laurentis from Everyday Italian; Micheal Smith from Chef at Home; Jamie Oliver and everything he does; Anna Olson from Sugar; and Chef Gordon Ramsey from Hells' Kitchen and Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares. <img src=""> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"width=100%> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> spring 08 <img src=""> <img src=""> fall 08 <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> spring 09 <img src=""> fall 09 <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""></a> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src="">
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