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site de rencontre bordelais The photo above was for a party I did that was poolside, so I made them in mini size and served them with mini spoons. You can make this a day (or even two) ahead of time. The problem is, you may eat it before you need it.
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- 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 cup boiling water (keep it in a kettle nearby)
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 4 whole eggs (whipped just a bit with a fork)
http://bandarjudibola.org/?protis=site-de-rencontre-club-soleil&b1e=f0 Melt the chocolate as per the directions on the package and set aside (not too long!). In your blender or Vitamix (ask for a Vitamix for Christmas if you don’t have one!!!) place the chocolate, boiling water, cinnamon and vanilla. Blend for a few seconds. Remove the lid and let some steam escape for a minute.
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