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Copycat Little Debbie Cosmic Chocolate Fudge Brownies

Today I give you…

cosmic brownies

Fudgey chocolate brownies.

Covered in fudgey chocolate frosting…

If you couldn’t tell, the theme of today’s post is chocolate fudge.

cosmic brownies   copycat little debbie brownies

When I think of these brownies, I think of author Judy Blume, who wrote an entire series of books about Fudge: Double Fudge, Super Fudge, and Fudge-a-Mania. I’ll never forget my excitement when my third-grade teacher announced to the class that the next book we’d be reading was called Super Fudge.

A book all about chocolate??

Alas, it was really a book about an eleven-year-old boy. Each day I read intently, waiting to get to the part about the chocolate fudge. It never came… but at some point in the series, the little boy did eat a turtle.

Yeah, not the same thing. 😕

little debbie brownies

Unlike with the books, these brownies really are all about the fudge. What you see is what you get.

Fudge!

And no turtles.

copycat little debbie brownies

 

Cosmic Fudge Brownies

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Brownies:

  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder (40g)
  • 1 cup spelt or all-purpose flour (140g) (Arrowhead Mills gf does also work.)
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp instant coffee granules (optional)
  • 1 cup xylitol or sugar (or coconut sugar) (190g)
  • optional: 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 6 tbsp silken tofu (For soy-free, you can use my black bean brownies recipe instead.)
  • 2/3 cup applesauce (160g)
  • 2 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract (10g)
  • 1/2 cup coconut or vegetable oil (80g)
  • 2 tbsp milk of choice (30g)

Frosting:

  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder (40g)
  • 2 tbsp pure maple syrup or agave (30g) (you can sub liquid stevia to taste)
  • 1/2 cup liquid virgin coconut oil (75g)

Preheat oven to 325 and grease a 9×13 baking pan. In a large bowl, combine all brownie dry ingredients and stir well. In a separate bowl, combine all brownie liquid ingredients and stir well. Pour wet into dry and stir until evenly combined (but do not overmix), then transfer to prepared baking pan and cook 32-34 minutes. Allow to cool, and mix frosting ingredients together to form a sauce. Spread sauce over the brownies, then fridge or freeze 10-20 minutes and the sauce magically transforms into fudgey chocolate frosting! These brownies taste much richer the next day, after the flavors have had a chance to intensify.

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Question of the Day:

Do you remember any of the books you read as a child?

I read all of Ann M. Martin’s Babysitter’s Club books, R.L. Stein’s Goosebumps books, and Beverly Cleary’s Ramona books, and was partial to series books. I hate when you start to develop a real relationship with a character only to have the book end.

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Published on February 27, 2013

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  1. Anonymous says

    Oh man I hadn’t thought of those in years! I used to love ’em (even though they tasted like sugar covered plastic lol)

  2. Anna {Herbivore Triathlete} says

    I completely agree that reading a series is so much better! I hate getting to know and love a character and not having more books to read with that character in it!

    These brownies looks absolutely decadent. I was just talking to a client of mine about Cosmic brownies and how rich they are earlier this week, he he. I love how you make treats healthier.

  3. Heather says

    Hi Katie,
    It would be helpful if you posted the serving size info clearly on both the recipe and nutrition pages for all of your recipes, right under the recipe title perhaps. Usually the number of servings and serving sizes (i.e. 20 servings from a 9×13″ pan) are buried in the description or comments.

    BTW, I loved the Babysitter’s Club and Ramona books too, but my favorite were the various American Girls series. Loved the history in those books!

  4. Katie @ Peace Love & Oats says

    I read a LOT of books growing up, it was definitely a favorite hobby of mine. I read all the Babysitter’s Club books, and I remember another series favorite of mine was the Boxcar Children. My absolute favorite book was Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine (and I thought the book was very different from the movie that came out a few years back with Anne Hathaway).

  5. Andie says

    OMG!!! Katie you have NO idea how excited I am!! Little Debbie brownies have to be my biggest guilty pleasure EVER. I haven’t had one since I went vegan, so I am literally ecstatic. Thank you!!

    Also, I remember reading the Fudge and Babysitter’s Club books too! Whenever someone mentions a book that I read as a child it brings back all these nostalgic memories…alas, I don’t have as much time to read anymore, but when I do, I often need suggestions because I never can decide on what to read! :p

  6. Ali @ Peaches and Football says

    I read TONS of books as a kid. I read all the American Girl books, Babysitter’s Club, Sweet Valley High, Nancy Drew, most of the Beverly Cleary books, etc…

    One summer the library did a book club for kids and for every so many books you read you would earn a slice of pizza from the local pizza place. I read constantly because I wanted to get FULL pizzas. I think I ended up getting 2 full ones plus an extra slice when it was all over. Good memories 🙂

  7. Lea @ Greens and Coffee Beans says

    Mmm… these look so good! I remember eating Little Debbie’s Cosmic Brownies all the time as a kids, and while they were tasty they’re a little scary now. I’m pretty sure they could survive a nuclear holocaust!
    I was really into the Little House on the Prairie as a kid, I even own the box set of books!

  8. Jackie says

    Can you provide more details about the type of tofu you used (firm, soft, light, regular, etc…)? Thanks! I really want to make these as my daughter loves Cosmic brownies and I cringe at the thought reading the ingredients and nutrituion facts…

  9. Emily Gorman says

    LOVE these brownies and Judy Blume as well! My all-time favorite books were the Babysitter’s Club 🙂

    Is there a substitution for the tofu? More applesauce or something else? Thank you!!

  10. Mandie says

    Hey Katie,

    I used to eat Cosmic Brownies all-the-time at my grandmother’s house when I was little 🙂 But they are SO bad for you! Nice thinking to make a healthy copycat recipe!

    I was wondering, would you consider these brownies more cake-y or chewy???

    Thanks!

  11. Lindsay @ The Live-In Kitchen says

    I was so excited to see these! When you had the fudge bars guest post a couple of weeks ago I thought, “those look good, but what I really want is a homemade Little Debbie fudge brownie!” You read my mind and I can’t wait to try them. Thanks!

  12. Lisa says

    These look so rich! Love how they look so pretty in the photo with the sprinkles.
    I think I’ll try making these with pumpkin instead of applesauce. I have about 10 cans leftover, so hopefully it will work out just fine:)
    When I was a kid, I loved Jillian Jiggs and the Pig book. Forget the name now ha.

  13. April says

    Hi Katie! I noticed that you use spelt flour a lot in your recipes and list all-purpose as an alternative. Do you use whole spelt or white spelt? Thank you so much, these look really really delicious…

      • April says

        Oh that’s great thank you so much! 🙂 White flours don’t usually make me feel very good (I’m actually just adding spelt flour back in after testing gluten free for a long time) so I was hoping that would be your answer 🙂 I guess whole spelt flour is lighter in baked goods than whole wheat? I think I’m going to try your pop tarts soon 🙂

  14. Jane says

    I just got so excited and yelled “OH MY GOD!” so loudly my husband woke up and ran out of the bedroom to ask me what was wrong. Cosmic Brownies are one of my deep dark comfort foods and I could no longer eat them or have them in the house because my son is anaphylactic to milk. Thank you so much for this recipe!

  15. Deidre says

    I love the “Little PeeWees” books, I LOVED Beverly Cleary’s Romona books as well! And my all time favorite was Charlotte’s Web, 🙂 even as a kiddo it made me cry. LOL Oh hey Katie I was wondering on your recipe page if the title “Frostings”, Would it be a good idea to add “Frostings & Nut Butters” as the title instead? LOL because for a second there I thought they were gone and didn’t know where to look, 🙂 hehe! I love this blog:D!
    P.S. You’re awesome!

  16. Nicole @ Fruit 'N' Fitness says

    I love how your recipes always look so good, these look so most and pretty with the sprinkles! I think I would try using some of my espresso powder in place of coffee granules.

  17. Bianca-Vegan Crunk says

    Ooooh, those look so fudgey and delicious! I read all of the Babysitter’s Club books too….and of course, EVERYTHING by Judy Blume that I could get my hands on. Loved Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret.

  18. Tami Lewis says

    I really really think you should make a healthy version of the Zebra cakes!! Love them but not all the nasty processed gunk in them…haven’t even eaten one in years! Just a thought..

  19. Casey says

    Hi Katie! Just curious: I’m not a fan of coconut (not allergic, just don’t like the taste). Is there any good/healthy substitute for coconut oil for the frosting? I made your dark chocolate raspberry fudge cake the other day, and it was good minus the coconut flavor… yuck. Not your fault, just my personal preference. 🙂 Would appreciate any insight you can give!

      • CC says

        Sorry, just had 2 chime in…be aware though that palm oil is causing serious problems 4 the orangutan… just so u know before u go that route…

        Speaking on behalf of those who can’t 4 themselves,
        CC

        • Brandi says

          Agree. Palm oil is obtained from the trees that orangutans need to live. They are dying because their habitat is being ripped fom them, so greedy companies can sell palm oil….which is also known as vegetable oil. It’s very sad.

          • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

            Thank you both for bringing this to my attention. I had no idea it was such an issue until you mentioned it, so I did some research (from what I think are reputable sources)… and I’m pretty much appalled. Not that I’ve ever bought plain palm oil before, but I think it’s in some of the things I use on occassion (Earth Balance?). I’d be surprised if it’s true a company as vegan-friendly as EB would be taking part (which is what some of the research told me). Now I’m not sure what to believe and will have to email the company. Is there anything else I should know about the issue? I try to stay on top of environmental issues and unethical business practices, but unfortunately there are so many :(.

          • Marissa says

            Katie,

            Please let us know of your email response from Earth Balance. They need to get rid of the palm oil in their products!

    • Rosalie says

      You could try out a refined organic coconut oil. They are neutral but still have the melting point that makes coconut oil so useful. Don’t let the connotations of “refined” turn you off–it’s not hydrogenated or anything 🙂

  20. LJ Briar says

    I never bothered with Goosebumps and went straight to the Fear Street books. I also read a lot of Stephen King.

    On the less gruesome end of the scale, I too read many of the BSC books, and tons of the Thoroughbred and Saddle Club series.

  21. Katy @Katyskitchen says

    To a fellow Katie: I LOVE your use of sprinkles and colours in that photo! I will have to try this one for sure.

  22. Jennifer says

    Hey Katie, I just wanted to let you know how much I love your blog!!! Not only are your recipes fabulous but I really love all your stories and commentaries you add in. I bet your as fabulous as your recipes!! :). Thank you for all the recipes! My family loves them!

  23. petrina says

    To answer the question: Judy Blume, Beverly Cleary, The Encyclopedia Brown series, and just about anything else I could get my hands on! A question about the tofu, I have some mori-ni silken firm in my fridge right now, so how much would 6 tablespoons equal in terms of 1/4 of a block, 1/2 of a block, etc. Do you know? Of course I could just get out my tablespoon and measure but I wondered if there was an easier measurement. Thanks!

  24. Sam says

    I loved the Babysitters Club and Goosebumps series too, thanks for jogging some great childhood memories!

    And this looks very yummy too 🙂

  25. Lisa says

    I liked a book called “Katie Did it” about a girl who gets blamed for everything. That book was really just a small kids book and I have a favorite cousin named Katie so I partly liked it because of that. However, when I got to about 3rd grade I liked The Chronicles of Narnia book series. All those book titles you mentioned brought back memories. I loved the Ramona books too!

  26. Anna @ Your Healthy Place says

    I love your brownie recipes, they taste just as fudgy and decadent as the real thing. I also tried your frosting shot as frosting for some healthy chocolate cupcakes I made for my Oscars party last Sunday and they were a hit!

  27. vesper says

    Hello Katie! I really have enjoyed so far recipes on your blog, one little think though: I personally find the repetitive pictures of the end result a tad overwhelming. I think you could highlight your work much more by adding a couple of pics of the process and one or two of the final product. That would be a nice balance and would give an idea to your readers if the batter is too thin or too thick etc…

  28. Lisa @bitesforbabies says

    These look delicious…not to mention, great pictures! Did you take a photography class or learn on your own? I’m making a huge effort to improve the photos for my blog…but one can only do so much with “Photography for Dummies!” lol!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      This made my morning :).

      I’ve learned (and am still learning) mostly from experience and A LOT of practicing and reading tutorials online. I also loved the book Plate To Pixel by Helene Dujardin. I would love to go to a food photography workshop someday, but have never seen any around where I live.

      • Lisa @bitesforbabies says

        I’m glad! I know how it feels to get positive feedback! I just started “teaching” myself but I have a long way to go. Thanks for the book tip by the way…I’m looking for it on amazon as we speak 😉

  29. Anonymous says

    Looks amazing!!

    Katie, when I clicked on your e-mail, your page came up and said I was logged in as you. It shows I can go to your dashboard ect… I don’t know why this happened? I didn’t see any of your personal information or posts ect…. If I were to click your dashboard it asks for a log in, and I am not clicking any more buttons. This is your personal information. I just thought you should know, and I don’t know how many other people can see this information.

    Thanks, – Jen

  30. Rain says

    I’m confused- you put in 190g of sugar in the brownies, then more in the frosting and divided it by 20- that should be at least 10g of sugar per brownie. How did you come up with 2.1g of sugar? Are your nutrition facts based on xylitol? I think it would be helpful to state which substitution you you’re basing the facts on. Thank you!

  31. Kavli says

    Looks YUM-O!! Cant wait to make them, hopefully this evening! 🙂 The pics are awesome Katie, makes me feel I could just reach out and eat them all!

    As a child I used to love love love Enid Blyton books. My fave was the Magic faraway tree. And my fave part was about this magically candy (a caramel, I think), that would just grow bigger and bigger in your mouth. So big that you could not talk. And after a long time of munching on that candy, it would just go ‘pop!’ and disappear. I think the character Moonface had some. I never forget that part, cause I always wanted some of that yummy candy! 🙂

  32. Michelle says

    Love judy blame…I follow her on twitter lol even love her adult novels….
    These look amazing….as all your recipes do…..

  33. Megan R says

    Oh my goodness! My mouth is watering!! I know what I am making tonight!! WOW! YUM! They look amazing! You are the bomb!

  34. Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes says

    These sound so good!

    I read all the same books you did – Ramona, Goosebumps, Babysitter’s Club. Plus a little Sweet Valley Kids/ Sweet Valley High (the series with those twins) added in there. Does anyone else remember those? Those were the good ol’ days! 😉

  35. chris says

    The soy free version says to use black beans. Is there any way to make them gluten, soy, dairy, egg, grain, and BEAN free?

    Thanks!

  36. Jamie H says

    You are my hero. I LOVED these brownies…until I was able to understand what was in them! Favorite book as a kid? Little Women! Maybe it was because it was about sisters…like my life:)

  37. emily says

    Katie, you should make instructional videos! It would be so helpful for people who are trying to cook healthier, but stuck using traditional methods.

  38. Lauren @ Oatmeal after Spinning says

    I remember my teacher reading the “Fudge” books to us in class, but I’m thinking that it was in first grade… so long ago.
    My favorite books were definitely The Babysitters Club series! I owned almost the entire series and would read each one over and over again. I would stay up after midnight many nights reading, just so I could finish one as quickly as possible!
    I was almost just as obsessed with Sweet Valley High (and Twins). Man, those books were the best! I’d love to go back and read some now- I’d probably have some really good laughs.

  39. Deborah says

    So, if I am using coconut oil from Trader Joe’s and it’s solid – do I melt it to get the measurement and for use in the recipe?

  40. Angela says

    One of my favorite picture books from when I was a kid is called Pickle Chiffon Pie (as I was typing that I went over to Amazon and bought a copy of this for my 14 month old, thanks for helping me remember that!) though as I got older and was reading longer books my favorite was Amelia Bedelia.

  41. Alex @ Delicious-Knowledge.com says

    Yes! I read all of babysitter club, goosebumps and FEAR books. Remember those? I would scare myself so much that I remember falling asleep with the lights on. Ha, I think I was in high school too 🙂 I could put fudge on anything and find it delicious, these look great!

  42. Ilyria says

    Thank you so much for posting this today, it made my day!! Now I can’t wait to go shopping and get some more applesauce and tofu so I can make these ^.^

  43. Nicci says

    I was wondering if the nutrition facts are based on xylitol or sugar and the optional mini chocolate chips? I LOVED cosmic brownies as a kid but can’t get myself to eat them. I’m going to make this recipe this weekend and really want to follow it to a T to get the same results as you.

  44. ~Megan~ says

    Ohmygosh, perfect! 😀

    Not to mention I cherished Every. Single. One. of those books you listed! (Same disappointment with Judy Blume, so misleading! 😉 Also loved Nancy Drew and The Boxcar Children!

  45. Samantha says

    WOW! I’M SHOCKED. I WAS SKEPTICAL… I’VE MADE TWO THINGS AND THEY’RE BOTH GREAT! Chocolate chip cookie dough dip and even the little kids approved!
    Today the brownies, yummy! Only thing I’d maybe suggest for others is a little more vanilla or maybe a little less cocoa powder. (I know shame on me less chocolate, even though I love it)
    Yep I’m going to be not questioning you anymore! 😉

    • Torri Egan says

      Not if you are vegan but I used that today and I didn’t notice a problem. Just warm it up first so it’s a little looser

  46. Allison Day says

    When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the oatmeal cream sandwich little debbies… before I knew better, of course 🙂 these are really cute. Love your recreations!

    And I was definitely into Babysitters Club and Goosebumps via scholastic book orders. Loved them.

  47. Angela K says

    All right, my ultra-tight budget just might have to allow for these ingredients, because I *love* cosmic brownies, but haven’t eaten one since I started eating healthier…
    As for books, I believe I consumed those even more voraciously than I did cosmic brownies, as a young girl! My favorite series were the Wayside School books, Little House, Mandie books, as well as all the series you listed. My favorite standalone book was Number the Stars — it made me wish I lived in Denmark! ^^

  48. Inez says

    When using the Spelt Flour for this recipe, don’t you have to change some of the amount of some of the ingredients? Or can I just use WW Pastry Flour?

  49. Jenn Watson says

    Wow, I am a personal chef here in sunny san diego. Your site has given me good inspiration on an upcoming dinner party I am doing.

  50. Ana says

    Sorry, it’s probably written somewhere blindingly obvious, but how do you store these brownies. (They’re yummy, by the way)

  51. queenofmumblers says

    Wow Katie, these look great! I’ve made 3 batches of black bean brownies, and they were definitely a hit for my family (except for my dad, who had to wash everything :). I read a lot of Nancy Drew and the Boxcar Children, but I caught onto YA fiction really fast

  52. Mary says

    By far the best recipe on your site that I’ve tried (I’ve made a lot of your desserts), I’ve made these brownies 3 times since you posted this. Every person that has tried them has requested the recipe (even the unhealthy individuals!)….BRAVO!

  53. Dew tinnin says

    I can’t wait to try these and thanks for the reminder of my favorite books. I loved the babysitters club so much I tried to convince the adults in my life to read it. 🙂 peace.

  54. laura says

    I’m trying to find sugar free chocolate cake and I searched under sugar free, but each recipe that comes up has sugar?

    • Torri Egan says

      All of these recipies can be sugar free. You can use stevia, agave, xylitol, or any other sweetener to replace the sugar.

  55. Torri Egan says

    Is there any way to make your recipies less rich? I love them but my family thinks they are a little too intense. Could I just decrease the cocoa ammount?

  56. Torri Egan says

    Did you use just coconut oil? Or something sweetened? It shouldn’t taste like coconut at all as coconut oil doesn’t taste like coconut.

  57. Cindy says

    I just wanted to let you know how grateful my 9 1/2 year old son is for you. A couple of weeks ago we decided we needed to try a gluten/dairy free diet for him. He was somewhat discouraged as he went over everything he “couldn’t” eat. I pulled up your blog, passed my iPod to him and told him to pick whatever he wanted from it. His eyes grew big as he scrolled through the pictures. After a minute or two he exclaimed, “Thank you, Katie!!!” After picking this recipe as one of the first he wanted made he held the iPod tightly and declared, “Katie, is my new best friend.” Whenever he overhears me talking to anyone about his new diet and how well he is doing he says, “Thanks to Katie!” Just thought I’d let you know you have brought happiness to one little boy, in whom you have a new admirer and best friend. 🙂 Thank you!

  58. Nancy says

    Wow, these brownies are FABULOUS! I was expecting them to be too chewy, as that’s what has resulted from trying to sub in apple sauce, but I was surprised that it was SO moist and fudgy! I even used Truvia for the sweetener rather than sugar or xylitol, but apparently that didn’t hurt! Delicious. I didn’t make the frosting, though, but they were great even without it. That allowed me to cut them into what turned out to be (corrected for my use of Truvia rather than sugar) exactly thirty “mini” , 60-calorie brownies. Great little treat when you don’t want to “spend” a lot of calories! Thanks!!Can’t wait to have a second brownie!

  59. Elisabetta says

    Hi, I discovered your blog a few days ago and I love it! Can I ask you what could be a substitute of coconut oil? I’ve tried to use olive oil to make your 1 minute cake but I kinda could taste it and it was not the perfect option. Thanks!

  60. Anonymous says

    I saw the soy free note, but I was wondering if there were any other substitutions for the tofu rather than going for the black bean brownies. Any suggestions?

  61. Erica says

    weird. please dont take this into offence but its just that to me they look more cakey and less fudgey. are they? and which one do u think tastes better;the chocolate zucchini brownies or these ones?

  62. tammy F says

    OMG! these are amazing! I altered it a bit, I used 1/2c sugar and a 1 large banana adn I used oat flour. they were freaking amazing, my skeptical husband loved …will make again

  63. becauseHeloves! says

    I think these are the best brownies on your site that I’ve made so far! And I was (and still am) obsessed with Percy Jackson and the Olympians/Heroes of Olympus series!

  64. Kerry says

    I am diabetic and have to watch my fat intake to and im so pleased to find your site and cant thankyou enough for all your hard work ! Im from the UK and books i read as a child? The Faraway Tree stories and the The Lion the witch and the wardrobe collection

  65. Elena K. says

    I loved this recipe as a healthier option and i really want to try it.What can i use instead of applesauce,more sugar ?

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      You can always experiment. However, Katie can only recommend what she has personally tried. But if you do experiment be sure to report back!

  66. Savannah_zebaker says

    Dude, I like love you for all your hard work in coming up with healthy desserts. I’m a big health nut because I realize most of the crap in the store or online is completely horrible for your body. I mean to think how often you (not speaking towards anyone in general) buy stuff that tastes so heavenly only but to find out more than half the ingredients inside are the devil in disguise by being chemicals man made. I mean our bodies weren’t made to eat chemicals but natural foods such as these that you have used to create and invest time in..You have done ze impossible!! (as a French/Italian person would say because I am strangely addicted and fascinated by them, especially their food 😉 ).
    Anyways, before I rant on and on about chemicals and all that shidoodle, I am a young teen who was mostly inspired by you and your inventions! I use a mixture of your recipes which actually teach me a heck of a lot about baking just by observing the tricks you use to get a certain food output (such as taste, texture and eye appeal) and that has actually influenced me to get creative (in a healthy way)! I now have a new found obsession with cooking my own recipes (healthy, duh) and one day hopefully will open a well known healthy restaurant that serves all natural/organic foods that are home grown, since I want to own a farm and restaurant (though I’m not going to talk as if a big shot because there is as much of a possibility that this won’t happen due to the way of life). And so I guess my point in all this is to say thanks and keep up the great work!

    OH! AND I have a new challenge for you! 😉

    Recently I have been REALLY craving all the snack cake desserts (from little Debbie and such) from when I was little, before I knew how terrible they were for you. And since ( as above) you already have the cosmic brownie healthy recipe down I was wondering if you could recreate another one of the similar snack cakes (one that I’m sure you’ll find justtttt scrumptious) into the way healthier version, since your amazing at that and you love to do it (I’m guessing) and because I lack proper ingredients such that you seem to use all the time. Ready for it?

    OKAY, SNOBALLS;

    A soft CHOCOLATE pastry cake (shaped much like a lava cake) filled with some sort of heavenly(deathly) cream while perfectly and most mouth watering and taste bud dancingly cushioned with a big blob of marshmallow WHICH is so deliciously decorated with lots and lots of coconut shreds (and sometimes colored).

    I’d say that sounds like your type of thing, not to mention mine and probably most other peeps!

    So, the question is: Will you accept the challenge or will you have to pass it on?

    If you actually do I think I would seriously die and a plus to that, if you replied back I would spawn back to life and then die again because of the major overload of disbelief, excitement, and happiness. 🙂

    Love you, keep up the fantastic work! ANNNND sorry for the long comment, I figured most people read/reply to those first because that person just MUST have something more important to say!!

  67. Livia says

    I just tried it out (without the frosting) and it tastes really good 🙂 I will definitely try out another recipe soon 🙂

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