These decadent but delicate Chocolate Espresso Soufflés have a slightly creamy center, a hint of coffee flavor and they are easy to make!
by S. Sue
, Pittsburgh, PA on May. 2010
a gourmet dessert which is easy to make and tastes wonderful---you can also garnish the souffles with fresh raspberries or strawberries---wonderful in everyway---
Individual Chocolate Espresso Souffles
by V. Vicki
, Bozeman, MT on Feb. 2010
I made this for Valentine's day we shared with it friends it was excellent our friends loved it. This is the first time I made Souffles.
Chocolate Expresso Souffles
by A. ANGELINA
, AKRON, OH on Jan. 2008
I made these for my 55th birthday, which is today. I wanted something different and special. Being diabetic, the sugar was easily swapped out with Splenda Brown Sugar. I'm not a big fan of coffee, but the chocolate takes on a deeper, richer taste with the addition of the coffee. My husband was very pleased, as he loves chocolate and coffee. My birthday was great, and so was the dessert.
by C. Christina
, BROOKHAVEN, MS on Jan. 2008
Perfect for any chocolate lover!
by P. Priscilla-Jane
, WALLINGFORD, VT on Jan. 2008
How decadent are these little treasures? My friends were so impressed! Anyone can pull this recipe off without a big fuss. I would make these over and over again. A dessert that you might find in an upscale restaurant, but easy to do right at home. Try it. You won't regret it!
by K. Kerisa
, Colorado Springs, CO on Apr. 2007
This was a pretty good recipe. I made some for my husband and i and we really enjoyed the chocolate and expresso together, good combo!
Individual Chocolate Souffles
by S. Sharon
, HILLSBORO, OH on Mar. 2007
I made a few changes to the recipe, I used whipping cream in place of the milk, and served the souffles with white chocolate raspberry sauce.
I served this to my girlfriends, being chocoholics, they went a little crazy and we all had a wonderful time and left the party with smiles on there faces.
Thanks again for the many wonderful recipe ideas.
individual chocolate espresso souffles
by e. elaine
, little falls, NJ on Mar. 2007
Definately worth the time to make! Delicious, moist, & rich. Excellent anytime!
by C. Carol
, Kailua, HI on Jan. 2006
I prepared this last minute today and used 2% milk instead of Evaporated. It tasted excellent but, deflated very quickly. Serve it directly from the oven for optimum inflation.
by E. Emily
, PASADENA, MD on Jan. 2006
This is a very easy souffle recipe. I made it for a dinner party and my family & friends raved about it! They all wanted the recipe. The combination of espresso and chocolate is perfection! I will definitely make this again and again!
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