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These are beyond yummy! They are great to take to a party or have for guests. Whatever you do, don't make them just for yourself because you can't stop after one. With that said, one ball has under 100 calories so they are not off limits for a snack when you really want chocolate!!! They are very rich too!
I made this recipe with whatever I had in the house so it's a little different than the book. Even though it's in the breakfast section, I ate it for dinner.
I used the exact same recipe as Hungry Girl other than I substituted skim milk for the Vanilla Almond Breeze and omitted the salt. I also used regular graham crackers rather than low fat.
I just added some tomatoes and spices to this storebought soup mix to give it some flavor. Check out the protein grams in this per serving! Awesome for having no meat.
I made this with leftovers and what I had in my pantry. It turned out delicious! However, it is very hot! I cut the 9x13 amount in the pan into 6 servings. I think they were around 1 1/2 cups each or so.
These are great hot or cold and pack some protein power.
Right off the back of the Hershey's Cocoa container. Oh my gosh these are too gooooooood.
I sort of improvised this for a quick breakfast that my kids would like and I could eat too.
From Eating for Life by Bill Phillips
sloppy joe recipe from the Eating for Life book
This recipe is from the Eating for Life cookbook by Bill Phillips. You need 6 popsicle molds.