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For easy drizzling, pour melted chocolate into small plastic bag. Poke a small hole in bottom of bag and squeeze out chocolate.
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After sitting in the fridge for 2 days (before eating) it has become watery on top, and I am concerned that it wont be good for Thanksgiving dinner tommorow
Made a variation of this recipe on the weekend. Instead of using Oreo Crumbs, I 3/4 c Ginger Snap crumbs and 1/4 c pecan meal. I used a large can of pure pumpkin and brown sugar instead of white sugar and no cornstarch and a little ginger. It was excellent. I placed crushed pecan pieces in the middle and drizzled with swirls of caramel sauce and fresh whipped cream. It was sooooo delicious. My dad who hates pumpkin pie and cheesecake, loved it!