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Chocolate Butter

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Title: Chocolate Butter


I call it Chocolate Butter, it doesn't have Butter, but it does have Chocolate. It is smooth like cream and Chocolately like a Hersey's. Takes about 5 minutes to make up.


1 and 3/4 Cups of Whipping cream (unwhipped)

1/2 Cup of milk ( 2% if you are watching your weight)

2 teaspoons of Cocoa

2 teaspoons of sugar

1 Package of Instant Chocolate pudding Mix


Add first 4 ingredients to a mixing bowl, Stir Gently

Add Chocolate pudding Mix,

Mix Rapidly for about 2 minutes

Put it in fridge for 30 minutes. use it like a pudding or for a Chocolate spread ..

When you are ready to serve, add a little whip cream for a topping.

Thats all there is to it

Number Of Servings:4 to 6

Preparation Time:5 minutes

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It seems I've had this before - maybe not exactly like it. But whatever it was - it tasted good. Thank you for the recipe. I actually bookmarked this page to save the recipe when we start making Christmas goodies.

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this weekend I made it. And make my family surprised. Everybody praise me and ask me where I have learned this new recipe. Especially my younger brother like it much.

big thanks

Edited by imsarahmiley

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People with asthma are often allergic to ****roaches. Keep your house as clean as possible to discourage ****roaches from hanging around. Also, did you know that the FDA allows manufacturers a certain percentage by weight of ****roach parts in chocolate?

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has set limits "...to establish maximum levels of natural or unavoidable defects in foods for human use that present no health hazard." Such unavoidable defects include insect fragments in our food.

Preground coffee is all processed from huge stockpiles of coffee which are infested with ****roaches, it’s impossible to separate them so they all get ground up together and the preground coffee you buy is actually a blend of coffee beans and ****roaches (the same goes for chocolate of course!). Here is a few samples of food the (FDA) allowes you to eat

Blackberries (Drupelet, Canned or Frozen) 10 or more whole insects or equivalent per 500g

Chocolate – 60 or more insect fragments and 1 or more rodent hairs per 100g

Curry powder – 100 or more insect fragments and 4 or more rodent hairs per 25g

Fig paste – 13 or more insect heads per 100g

Red fish / ocean perch – 3% of the fillets examined contained 1 or more copepods accompanied by pus pockets

Whole ginger – 3mg or more of mammilian excreta per pound

Macaroni and noodle products – 225 insect fragments or more and 4.5 insect hairs per 225g

Mushrooms (canned and dried) – 20 or more maggots of any size and 75 mites per 100g

Ground pepper – 475 insect fragments and 2 or more rodent hairs per 50g

Ground thyme – 925 insect fragments and 2 or more rodent hairs per 10g

Canned tomatoes – 2 or more maggots and 10 or more fly eggs (1:5 if both found) per 500g

Chocolate anyone ? I posted this to let people know the truth of what their eating. Eating animal (fats,Sugar) is the cause of all Bacterial disease's, (cancer) in the Colon. The (FDA) allows the use of Bacterial Lime in sugar. Animal fats have parasites in their blood stream.

It's what you dont know that can kill you.


Edited by stanlewis

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