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I am making my fiancee a nice romantic candle light dinner tomorrow night after a really long week for both of us! i am having a really hard time trying to decide on a dessert to make. I am really creative afeasible desserts that look pretty and fancy but he doesn’t like things that are overly sweet. Any suggestions?
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We do fondue a lot! You can basically just melt down your favorite type of chocolate chip, and then we dip lots of fruits so it doesn’t get too sweet.
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- Wedding: July 2012 - Catholic Church
Any allergies? I have this awesome Sweet Marie Bar recipe but it has peanuts in it so I’m asking. I can post it for you if you’d like :). It’s rice krispies and peanuts held together with a caramel and peanutbutter goo like rice krispie squares and then it has a layer of chocolate on top. SO GOOD! My Darling Husband and I go through the whole pan almost immediately every time I make it!
I also recently found a recipe for salted caramel lava cake. It sounds amazing! I’ve never made it though so I can’t vouche for it. http://pinterest.com/pin/66920744434461642/
There’s also this really cool idea of baking mini apple pies inside of apples, which I’ve also not tried yet: http://pinterest.com/pin/66920744433427186/
You could also try these little, fancy no-bake nutella cheesecakes, which I’ve also not tried yet: http://pinterest.com/pin/66920744433315299/
These chocolate cups with strawberry mousse sound yummy too and they only have 4 ingredients: http://vegetarianirvana.wordpress.com/2012/02/14/chocolate-cups-with-strawberry-mousse-a-valentine-for-my-old-and-new-blog-readers/#
Post # 5
Flourless chocolate cake is always good and romantic. And easy to make. Might be a little sweet, but definitely romantic because it is rich.
I must be craving chocolate tonight.
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Molten chocolate cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!!!
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@Bebealways: OMG i’m drooling over here, and it’s only 5am! 🙂