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Need Some Chocolate Recipes Asap

In summary, the teacher is looking for a new fall dish to serve to her colleagues and is considering the chocolate mousse, banana split brownie cakes, or the chocolate silk mousse in small cups.

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I'm having a display for the teacher's in my children's school next Monday in the staff room. No demo, just new fall products, the classics, and she wants a dip and something chocolate. My director/recruiter did it last year and had aboaut $700 in sales. They will all just be dropping in at the end of the day before they head home.

She's had the chocolate mousse at my mystery host/fall product review and the tuxedo brownie cups at the Teacher Appreciation (I brought them) and wants something different. Last year they did the hot broccoli dip and a cranberry lattice square thing.

Any ideas for something impressive to serve these ladies? PLEASE!!!
 
Who wouldn't love the Molten Choc Skillet Brownie?!?! OMG--It is to DIE for! And SO easy to make! Don't forget the vanilla ice cream!

Or, for a SS recipe, you could do the Choc Banana Phyllo Bundles. Those are really good too.
 
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I haven't made either of these yet. I heard the banana phyllo bundles were finicky? Are either of these finger type foods? I think that may be what she has in mind. Kinda browse the table while nibbling, sit down and quickly order and then home to their families kinda thing.
 
I Love Chocolate!!!Tiramisu Brownie Square, Banana Split Brownie Cakes, or the chocolate mousse and crepes. I have made all 3 and the first 2 are wonderful. The mousse is very easy to make and taste's great but I've had better. :(
 
Banana Chocolate Phyllo BundlesI've made these and I've never worked with Phyllo dough before and I though that they were incredibly easy! The only thing is that they get soggy left over, so if you make them then use them soon after baking (within a few hours). They are VERY tasty and definately finger food!
 
I have a chocolate show tonight, and I made minature french silk pies, with my mini-tart pan. I just cut out circles in the pie dough with my measure all, put them in the tart pan, and pricked them before I baked them. Then I made my french silk pie filling, and filled the cooled cups with my EAD. They keep in the freezer for weeks, but I have had them in the fridge, and then I will demonstrate the Ead with whip cream tonight, and then put hershey's kisses in my DC grater to top. I like the french silk pie filling better than the choclate mousse recipe, because I do not care for cream cheese. Also, these are much smaller than a whole piece of pie, less guilt.
 
The chocolate silk mousse in small cups is great, I think. You can either use the pie crusts or just buy premade phyllo dough cups. They are perfectly bite-sized, and you can decorate with melted chocolate, grated chocolate, whipped cream, strawberries, or anything you can think of. I have used the Cool Creamy Fondue several times and it is a huge hit. It's really simple to make and you can put it in the Chillzanne Rectangular Server with fruit dippers and it looks wonderful, too. You could also make a cookie pizza and cut them into bite-size pieces.

Good luck!
 
mmm chocolateYou are making me crave some chocolate!! I would recommend the chocolate creamy fondue-it holds up well when you make it ahead. And then have apple slices, strawberries and the Baked Cinnamon Tortilla chips-yum!
Also, has any one tried the Pirolines or whatever they are called. (they are in the "theme show" instruction cards, for the Chocolate! theme show. ) Those look easy and are good finger food.
 
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