Wednesday, March 17, 2010

CHOCLAT SIN #15

                                  
                                           Photo/ David Prince/ myrecipes.com

TIME FOR A LITTLE EASY DECADENCE.  Remember all those terrific chocolate recipes?  Well they're back!!  This one's too easy..make it with your eyes closed.  Not.  Definitely not from scratch, you can get to these luscious puffs faster!  No green in this, but Happy St. Patrick's Day, and a good reward after marching.

Don't tell me these are fattening.  Something has to be..it might as well be chocolate!


CARAMEL-CHOCOLATE CREAM PUFFS

16 cream puffs/ frozen/ boxed
1 12-ounce jar caramel sauce
1 16 ounce jar hot fudge or dark chocolate sauce

Defrost the cream puffs according to directions.  In a small saucepan, over medium heat, bring 3/4 of the caramel sauce to a boil.  Cook for 1 minute until sauce thickens.

Hold a cream puff with tongs or spear on fork, dip 1 side into the caramel, then place on a dessert plate.  Repeat, arrange 4 on each plate.

Before serving, warm the fudge sauce over low heat.
Spoon it around the cream puffs.  Drop small dollops of the remaining caramel sauce into the hot fudge on each plate.  Makes 4 servings.

If you can make this from scratch..Wow!  Anyway, you can drink a very nice medium bodied Pinot Noir dessert wine with this, (as if you really need anything).  Or perhaps a full bodied Riesling...cheers!!


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RON LUNDY/ ROCK 'n' ROLL D.J in NEW YORK CITY
" Hello, Love- this is Ron Lundy from the greatest city in the world!"
June 25, 1934- March 15, 2010
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6 comments:

Jeane said...

oh, god! so simple - will try it with my grand children this weekend - they will love it because they can do it! AND because it will taste sensational and of course I will love it and so will everyone! a homerun!

Lyn said...

Hi Jeane-
Yes, this is great..kids will have fun helping you!! I can't resist it..Thanks!!

A Cuban In London said...

I have just been to the dentist with my daughter (her appointment) and I'm having my lunch now and all I have a is thin ham and cheese sandwich. This recipe would be so welcome after lunch. Oh, how you make me suffer! :-)

Greetings from London.

The Muse said...

I so appreciate your wedding wishes...re: son's special day !
Thank you :)

Wow...I am so weak in the knees for anything chocolate LOL

Lyn said...

Greetings to a Cuban-
Hope the dentist visit turned out OK..and as far as chocolate torture is concerned..it's worth it!!
Thanks!

Lyn said...

Hi Muse-
Well, really the best to your son, the one with the great hands!!...
I always yearn for chocolate..

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