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Chocolate Chocolate Show

amerlou9

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Oct 18, 2005
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Hey, I'm doing a Chocolate Chocolate show later this month and need some ideas on cheap and easy recipes for the show. I pretty much only have the starter kit, large professional skillet, stoneware bar pan, and deep dish baker. I was thinking of doing a skillet cake so that would use the skillet, but I don't want the host to spend a whole lot more on the ingredients... Anyone have any ideas?

-Amy
 

PampMomof3

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Mar 29, 2005
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I totally recommend the Turtle Fudge Skillet Cake. It is SO GOOD!! The ingredients are cheap and you don't have to use the nuts. Let us know what you decide!
 

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pamperedbecky

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May 6, 2005
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The Molten Chocolate Skillet Brownie is awesome too. I've been doing this a lot lately. The bake time is kind of long (35-40 minutes and I find I at least go 40 minutes), but it's good when it's a large group and you do a 2nd recipe. Tonight I did the brownie and during the bake time, I demo'd stuff with a potato, did a quick cookware blurb where I also passed around a saucepan with a couple ice cubes to show how well it conducts heat (cold in this case), talked about stoneware and played my ticket game w/recruiting questions. Tomorrow night I"m making the brownie too, but I'm going to put it in the oven when I first get there and do a ring during the demo.

This is a HUGE hit with chocolate lovers because it's so gooey and rich. :D
 

amerlou9

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Oct 18, 2005
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Thanks for the suggestions! I've made the turtle fudge skillet cake before and liked it a lot! But the host was at the show that I made that cake for so I wanted to try a different skillet cake. I found some recipes on this site that I might try. Don't I need the double strength vanilla for the Molten Chocolate Skillet Brownie? I guess I'm mostly worried about demonstrating enough products. But I like the idea of just bringing some other foods just to demonstrate on. I guess I don't know how many people will be at the show yet, so we'll see. Still open to more suggestions! ;)
 
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