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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Boule Deneige

This is the 1st in a series of posts suggested by my Dad called "Pesah recipes you'd eat all year long". Please share your favorites! Not only do we forget year to year what to do at the seder, we also forget what we eat. The 1st recipe is contributed by my very busy sister ShoshyRivky and is perfect for seder nights when you have to walk 2 miles home at 2 in the morning after drinking 4 cups of wine. Take it away, Shosh:

I can't believe I know this recipe by heart, probably explains why I'm SOOOO fat...just found out this is over 1,000 calories per slice!!!! (Editor's note: Unless she's gained a lot of weight since Sukkot, she is not fat)

Boule Deneige

1 bag chocolate chips
1/2 c. water
2 tsp. instant coffee
1 c. sugar
3 eggs
2 sticks margarine
Whipped cream

Line the inside of a medium sized glass or metal bowl with heavy duty foil (nonstick works best). Combine chocolate chips, water, coffee and sugar in a saucepan and stir on medium heat until melted. Turn off heat and add the margarine and eggs to the mixture, beating with an electric mixer until completely smooth. Pour mixture into lined bowl and bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes. Let cool completely -- the crust will crack when cooling. Cover and freeze overnight. When frozen, flip it over onto a plate and peel off foil. Cover with whipped cream and return to freezer. If taken out at the beginning of the meal, boule deneige will be at the perfect consistency by dessert time! Serves 12-16 (unless you are a member of our family, in which case serves 1-2)


At 5:55 PM, Blogger skully said...

(I can't be trusted to make it myself and have the entire quantity nearby. . .)

At 5:56 PM, Blogger Tam said...

Once I've lost about 20 pounds, I'll make it and have you guys over for Shabat.


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