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Double Chocolate Cookies

  • 19 Jul 2013 3:01 AM
    Message # 1343922
    Deleted user
    Well Ive been on the plan for two weeks and was seriously wanted something sweet.  So here was my solution  I would buy a huge chocolate bar hmmmmmm....... not such a good idea  Then i said to self right I'll make these biscuits (cookies) and if they dont taste like chocolate then I can justify buying chocolate.  Well Ive just eaten one and I still have the lingering taste of chocolate in my mouth YUM YUM YUM  These are delicious and do taste just like chocolate biscuits.  Im going back to have my second and my coffee.....just thought Id share......  that is all  :)
  • 27 Nov 2013 6:45 PM
    Reply # 1447677 on 1343922
    Anonymous
    Hi Beverly,

    I want to make these too, but found it difficult to find the cocoa butter (for making the chocolate bits), and eventually had to go online to buy it! I was sure that it was a staple of the pantry when my mother used to cook!

    I live in the northern suburbs of Brisbane (25ks NW).

    Can't wait to make these.
  • 07 Dec 2013 1:47 AM
    Reply # 1453474 on 1343922
    Anonymous
    Tried the Choc chip cookies, but they were really dry - was it the potato flour or wholemeal self-raising flour which was the problem?
  • 10 Dec 2013 1:00 AM
    Reply # 1455128 on 1343922
    Deleted user

    Hi Dear Sweet Poison Devotees.

    My Hubby and I have been 'hooked" on S.P. since 31/1/2012.  It was recommended by Bob's fantastic Vascular Surgeon( thank you Doc)

    It is the MOST amazing reading in all our life.... and something we will follow, naturally, for the rest of our lives.    After all this time, we don't have the cravings of course, but I still like to have SP Goodies ( I keep my productions in the freezer - sure dextrose doesn't make for long lasting stuff).

    Few months ago I bought the S.P. Quit Plan Recipe Book.... WOW

    Have made several recipes.... BUT   COCOA BUTTER.  I've found this hard to find. My local Health Food Outlet had some - nearly needed mouth-to-mouth, when the owner found it for me.. $34.95 for a smallish tub - say 400 g. It WASN'T refrigerated.          SO  I guess the scrumptious looking chocolates will just  have to wait.

    We live in Sydney - in the hills above Manly -  any suggestions where I might find it more reasonably priced? 

    Just wait till you have your next blood test....... wonderful report may amaze you.

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