Posted: 9/14/2012 2:39:46 PM
Love this recipe. Its actually very easy. I don't really care for the whipped topping so I just used cool whip instead and shaved some chocolate to sprinkle on top. I've taken this to work and everyone loved it.
Posted: 3/30/2012 11:22:14 AM
These were Fabulous. Mine came out perfect, just like the picture. You really only need one tablespoon of color not two. My little cousin loved these so much she's begged me to make them for Easter, so instead of using red food coloring, im going to divide the mixture up into four groups and put easter colors.
Not only did my family love these but everyone at my office too.
I didn't find these extremely time consuming, due to the fact i was makin 4 other desserts at the same time, and these went in first.
Posted: 11/21/2011 12:36:02 PM
This recipe was delicious, but I would definitely cut back on the food coloring the next time I make it because 1 tablespoon should be more than enough. We had a little problem of people's teeth being stained slightly while eating these, but everyone loved them.
Posted: 10/26/2011 11:52:33 AM
For the most part, they turned out looking like the picture. The only difference was my chocolate wouldn't curl. They tasted amazing and everyone loved them. They did take a little bit of time to make but completely worth it! I've made them several times since.
Posted: 1/2/2011 9:19:24 PM
Just so you know, it won't come out the way it looks in the picture unless you work at a 5 star restaurant. It says to put it in the oven for 20-25 minutes. I put mine in for 23 (i always put it in the middle) and they came out nice. I should have put it in for 20 minutes but i'll do that next time. It was very good and everyone loved them! I was asked to make them again. If you can't find chocolate thin wafers for the bottom then dutch chocolate cookies work perfectly. I would do it again. It's a pretty easy recipe.