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I got a quick question: Ladies, what's your favorite shampoo/conditioner? Both Salon and Vitamin Shoppe?.

I also got another question: It smells like playdoh! I doctored it up by adding coffee instead of water. I used baking powder. I used cocoa. I even used 2 packs of Splenda and topped it with PB and FF cool whip. It tasted like NOTHING, but the smell gagged me. How do you give this thing some taste???..

Comments (21)

Your question was: Ladies, what's your favorite shampoo/conditioner? Both Salon and Vitamin Shoppe?.

I love the Chocolate Cake! What an INCREDIBLE dessert I made with it last night!.

Chocolate Cake Mix.

1/8 oz. SF Torani Caramel Syrup (free food).

1/8 oz Water.

Dollop of Walden Farms Chocolate Syrup (free food).

1 tsp Peanut Butter (dinner fat).

Stir well, place in Pyrex cup, microwave on 80% for 2 minutes..

Handfull of frozen raspberries (saved from earlier fruit serving).

Packet Splenda.

Sprinkle Splenda on raspberries, microwave on full power for 45 seconds while cake is cooling..

Spoon chucks of cooled Chocolate Cake on top of warm raspberries..

Top with FF Cool Whip or Reddi Whip..

OH, to die for! I tell you, it's like a 5-Star Restaurant..

Be creative, play around (but, I wouldn't add baking powder (?))...you will get the hang of this yet.....

Comment #1

I add a tsp of pure vanilla extract (a lot for that little cake, but I think totally necessary) and a tsp or two of cocoa powder, and use my fat serving to add a few diced walnuts. I only cook it for 60 seconds so it is a little gooey. Not like true chocolate cake, but still pretty good...

Comment #2

I totally agree with you about the smell! I love chocolate of any kind and was extremely dissapointed by it. I intend to try and doctor the next one (once I get the courage to try it again), and someone posted a recipe using ff cream cheese to make a cheesecake-like filling for it, I think you can find it under the recipe club tab on the menu bar...

Comment #3

I read in all kinds of places on these bords to use baking powder, so I did..

I don't know if I can even muster up the desire to eat that thing again. It really smelled terrible..

It was very moist and fluffy according to the recipe I used, but very gross...

Comment #4

I hope you don't mind, but I have to say your decscription of the cake made me laugh out loud! I'll be cautious when I make my first one.

Lauren..

Comment #5

Your post made me LoL!!! The "old" chocolate cake (already baked) used to smell just like playdoughIMHO. I guess some things never change...

Comment #6

I absolutely LOVE the chocolate cake. I love making ice cream sandwiches with it, especially, and Pam-I love your recipe for the Chocolate Cake with the raspberries. It is soooo good...

Comment #7

How do you make ice cream sandwiches out of the choc cake?? Yummmm!..

Comment #8

Divide the batter in half and pour each half in a very small microwavable container sprayed with Pam. (or I guess you can cut it in half if you don't have a really small container) Cook as directed. Let it cool off a bit, or put in freezer for five minutes..

For the inside, I take Diet Cool Whip and flavor it with PB2, or you may use something else. I guess you could even use some flavored yogurt you really like. Anyway, take the cakes out of the container and put the flavored Cool Whip inside. Freeze for about 45 mins. The first time you make it, make sure the cake doesn't get too hard when freezing.

They are really good. At first I thought it would be too much trouble, but it's so easy and it tastes really good! The first time I made one, I let my friend have a bite, and he ended up eating the whole thing because it was so good!..

Comment #9

That really does sound good, but the first impression of the cake is still sticking with me! LOL!.

Now I had the choc. PB bar last night. That was GREAT!..

Comment #10

I feel kinda weird saying this after your post...but I LOVED the choc cake!! *giggle* I HATE, HATE, HATE the smell of playdough and I didn't get a whiff of it with the cake. I made mine according to the directions with the exception of nuking it an extra 30 seconds...the consistency is not "cake" by any stretch of the imagination, tho! I saved my fruit from dinner and warmed 1 1/4 cups of frozen strawberries with just a ~sprinkling~ of Splenda. Poured this over the "cake" and added 1 Tbs of FF Cool Whip. I almost thought I was DREAMING that I was on a diet...it was THAT good!! Although I've only been with NS for 2 whole days, the only thing I felt was inedible was the Nacho Soy ChipsYUCK!! But, DH LOVED them!! So funny how every one has different likes/dislikes. I doctor EVERY packaged food I ever make, NS being no exception. Hopefully I continue to love the food (AND the simplicity) of the program enough to drop these 25 or so extra "Mommy" pounds!!..

Comment #11

I love the Chocolate Cake! What an INCREDIBLE dessert I made with it last night!.

Chocolate Cake Mix.

1/8 oz. SF Torani Caramel Syrup (free food).

1/8 oz Water.

Dollop of Walden Farms Chocolate Syrup (free food).

1 tsp Peanut Butter (dinner fat).

Stir well, place in Pyrex cup, microwave on 80% for 2 minutes..

Handfull of frozen raspberries (saved from earlier fruit serving).

Packet Splenda.

Sprinkle Splenda on raspberries, microwave on full power for 45 seconds while cake is cooling..

Spoon chucks of cooled Chocolate Cake on top of warm raspberries..

Top with FF Cool Whip or Reddi Whip..

OH, to die for! I tell you, it's like a 5-Star Restaurant..

Be creative, play around (but, I wouldn't add baking powder (?))...you will get the hang of this yet.....

Comment #12


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