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Passover dessert with unsweetened chocolate?

I live in the hinterlands and can't find sweetened dark chocolate without soy. But i do have some very good unsweetened chocolate with no added ingredients... I can't find a recipe for a Passover parve dessert that uses unsweetened chocolate, though.

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  1. Instead of looking for specifically Passiver recipes, try looking for a flourless chocolate torte.

    separated eggs, chocolate, margarine (or butter), vanilla, a few tablespoons of cocoa powder. a pour of scotch to add kick...

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    1. re: AdinaA

      I use dark powdered for everything!

      Since, I do not use recipes exactly as stated, I do add the powder to deep choc shakes, cheesecake batter, and even a challah!

      In the back of a cookbook or on the web, they have conversion tables for powder choc = choc bar = choc syrup.

      Use any Passover Recipe and use the conversion.

      I forgot to state - American Heart Assoc might have the conversion because i have used powder dark choc since DH is not allowed hard choc.................for sweetners I use stevia and/or agauva

      1. re: AdinaA

        Or, alternatively, unrefined (virgin) coconut oil instead of the margarine or butter. There's been a lot of discussion about it recently, and the Spectrum brand is KFP with the plain OU on the label. Might give you a slight coconut flavor, but far more pleasant to work with than the terrifying 1 lb. bricks of margarine that show up for Pesach.

        EDIT: And of course, no Scotch for Pesach, either.

        1. re: masteraleph

          I replace the oil or margarine with fresh applesauce or yogart, I might add a splash of oil

          Masteraleph - I thought AdinaA meant the Scotch was for us...LOL
          For a kick they have an excellent orange liquior that I used to when making Pesach Duck.
          Had to retire the recipe son had a pet duck at school.
          Kosher for Passover wines and liquior is so different then when I was a kid (decades ago)

          1. re: laura10952

            How about mousse?

      2. This is my very favorite recipe with unsweetened chocolate. I haven't been able to find any hekshered for Pesach, which is making me crazy!

        http://www.tasteandtellblog.com/2008/...

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        1. re: milklady

          Milklady

          Are you talking about the hard chocolate that you have to chop, just purchase the powder and you add oil and salt......Hershey site would have the conversion for powder to solid

          I like your recipe and have just e mailed it to my foody friend
          thanks
          laura

          1. re: laura10952

            Yes, I am talking about hard chocolate you need to chop. This recipe would not be the same with cocoa powder, as it relies on small bits of unsweetened chocolate, in a nut and meringue base, for its flavor and texture.

            But, I do need to keep the cocoa powder substitution in mind for Passover. Great idea.

          2. re: milklady

            Thanks, milklady, that looks perfect.

            1. re: wearybashful

              If you make it, please report back. I think i will make it using soy-free dairy-free unsweetened chocolate, at least for one seder where that exceeds their kashrut standards.

              1. re: milklady

                I have Scharffenberger, which has a heksher but not for Passover... however ingredients are cacao beans and whole vanilla beans and that's all. So that's good enough for my standards.

                1. re: wearybashful

                  That is what I am planning to use as well!