This Nestlé Torte Dusted With Gold is a truly eye-catching dessert that will wow your guests. This luscious chocolate torte with a hint of peanut butter is finished with a rich chocolate glaze and dusted with gold.
Treasure Torte Dusted with Gold
by D. Donald
, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK on May. 2007
Fantasic recipe received so many complimednts it was worth the extra effort and time to make. I had a problem finding the peanut butter treasures so I used the caramel ones instead. Will definitely keep this in the favorites section of my recipe box.
Nestle Treasure Torte Dusted with Gold
by S. Susan
, Houston, TX on Oct. 2006
This dessert is scrumptous. I used whipped topping and semi sweet chocolate to make the ganashe and it was wonderful. I love this site. I get great holiday and everyday ideas. My family loves you for it.
Nestle Treasure Torte Dusted With Gold
by R. Ruth
, OCALA, FL on Apr. 2006
I have made this withthe peanut butter treasures and the caramel...either way it is out of this world and the presentation is magnificent.
Fab, even without the peanut butter!
by A. Amna
, FREMONT, CA on Mar. 2006
I wasn't in a peanut butter mood when I made this and substituted straight chocolate instead. Eaten up like nothing else. So yummy!
by L. Lisa
, MARION, IN on Feb. 2006
This is not for the faint of heart its a little more time then i wanted to spend on a dessert, but well worth it...Suggestion..serve in small pieces its very rich and off the scale on calories.
by P. Pat
, SPRINGDALE, AR on Jan. 2006
New yers eve night I had made 2 of these for dessert. The rave reviews I got were worth all the extra effort I had put into making them. I did not think they were hard to make, just time consuming. Could not find the gold dust so I used whipped cream to decorate them. We are non alcohol drinkers so we served hot coffe and tea. I really felt good about the compliments I got and will definately use this recipe many times. In fact all the friend that were here wanted the recipe. I am very glad I get your site. I use many recipes from it and have not found a bad one yet. Some are alot better than others but all have been good. Keep up the good work.
Substitute Almond Dust
, Tulsa, OK on Jul. 2005
Grind up almonds and sprinkle for dust. A nice taste accent, and almonds are easy to find.
by R. Rosemary
, WEIRTON, WV on Mar. 2005
a very beautiful torte. we really liked everything about this recipe. the taste is out of this world delicious.
by D. DAWNA
, HAMPSHIRE, TN on Feb. 2005
I MADE THIS RECIPE FOR A PARTY AND IT WAS DELIUOSSS IT WAS TOUGH BUT GOOD IT WAS A GREAT RECIPE FOR MY PARTY IT WAS GONE IN MINUTES
Great - Made with a Twist
by M. Maria
, Bloomington, IN on Feb. 2005
This recipe was wonderful. I am not very fond id semi-sweet chocolate so I used milk chocolate instead. It was so good. I too had a difficult time finding gold dust so I used white cake gliter, it looked great. I can't wait to make this again.
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