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Old Sat, Aug-07-10, 22:26
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Yumm Yumm! Thanks for posting! Was really craving something sweet tonight so made this. Really like, but did not see the revised version, so did not add the butter, will def ad next time!
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Old Thu, Sep-16-10, 15:05
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I just tried this recipe, the revised version with butter and bits of dark choc, and it was very nice. Reminds me of the quick, single serving microwave chocolate cakes you buy in the cake isle only without all the sugar.. I figured it's around 3 carbs.
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Old Thu, Sep-16-10, 18:56
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I will have to try this!
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Old Sat, Mar-12-11, 00:36
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Oh my goodness, I just tried this and I was in chocolate pudding heaven! Delicious

I used 1 tbs xylitol and 1 packet of splenda and it was perfectly sweet. Really liked the sound of the molten choc so added a tsp unsalted butter and a square of lindt 85% - 45 secs. Perfect! Mmm mm
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Old Mon, Mar-14-11, 08:49
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thanks for the recipe--I love things quick and easy and chocolate!!
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Old Thu, Apr-07-11, 08:52
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I can't wait to try this one!! I need a simple sweet recipe!!
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Old Sat, Jul-09-11, 15:38
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This sounds wonderful. I just picked up some black cherry torani...and some almond roca torani. I think I shall experiment tonight!
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Old Sat, Jul-09-11, 19:40
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Well, my microwave must be about the strength of an easy bake oven, hee hee. It took close to 2 minutes, but this is nice! Big too, and very yum - thank you!

I used Almond Roca flavored Torani, and it seemed a tiny bit undersweet, so I sprinkled the top with a packet of Ideal sweetener, and it's perfect.

The chocolate center didn't really do as much for me as I thought it would - I will save those carbs next time. I'm estimating the overall carb count around...6? For one with no added extra chocolate. Does that sound about right?
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Old Mon, Aug-01-11, 18:51
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Originally Posted by Sapphire2
I know this thread is soooo last year, but just in case anyone is looking for a frosting recipe....

Butter (Soft)
Cream Cheese (Soft)
Vanilla Extract
Splenda (Artificial Sweetner)
Whip it all together.



This totally satisfied my sweet tooth!! I am full but wanted something sweet so I just made the frosting and had it straight from a cup. Yum!!!
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Old Wed, Aug-03-11, 09:19
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tried the cake yesterday and it was good!!! definitely NOT like the original cake but will definitely do. Used butter and sugar free vanilla extract and 2 packets of stevia.
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Old Thu, Sep-22-11, 15:18
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Made the original recipe but used three packets of splenda and added two tablespoons heavy cream. Good!
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Old Tue, Feb-19-13, 09:11
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Wow just tried this - very nice although definitely need to use a different sweetner than splenda .....
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Old Sat, Apr-20-13, 14:04
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Hello,

I actually joined this forum just to thank you for this treat... well that and all the other great info I've picked up so thanks to all.

After making the original recipe more times than I should probably admit, I've come up with a variation that others may like.

2 Heaping Tbsp PB2 -or- Protein Plus Peanut Flour
2 Tbsp Oat Fiber
1 Tbsp Erythritol (I should try it w/o this given the 2T of syrup but keep forgetting as I make this on autopilot now)
2 Tbsp Starbucks SF Vanilla Syrup OR Starbucks SF Cinnamon Dolce
1 Egg (I use Eggbeaters)
Optional: Bit of chocolate, nuts, or spoon of nut butter in the middle

40 seconds in my micro makes the middle nice and gooey.

Anyway, thanks again for a quick and easy treat
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Old Sat, Mar-22-14, 20:24
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this isn't too bad!
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Old Thu, Mar-31-16, 16:24
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Did make this and it was yummy!!!
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