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  1. How much is a “squirt” of Torani, approximately?

  2. Mmmm these are good! I used the 90% dark and almond butter….I think I’ll use peanut butter next time, but still they’re really good :)

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting!! I’ve used almond butter too, but peanut butter is definitely my favorite for that mock-Reeses appeal. I’m still working up to 90% (firmly at 86% currently).

  3. Maybe it’s just not showing up on my iPad, but I don’t see the nutritional counts. Can you tell me the net carbs?

    • Which recipe, specifically? From what I can tell from this end, it looks like you’re looking at my recipes page. Those are organized to print easily and don’t have all the data. There should be a button near the top that says “Full Post.” If you click that, it’ll take you to the original blog post with that recipe, which should have the nutritional data in it :)

  4. OMG so I am obsessed with these. I made a double batch and split them into 1oz servings. It made 15 instead of 24, but man oh man, they are the best things ever. I started to pout yesterday when I forgot to bring one to work for my after school “treat” (I teach..) I put them in silicone cupcake molds so I get shapes like butterflies, stars, hearts and typical cupcake edges. I am in LOVE. THANK YOU!!!

    • As a teacher, you definitely need and deserve an after school treat!!! (Trust me, I taught for 4 years and I used to hide Lindt truffles in my desk…)

      Glad these help!

  5. This recipe for peanutt butter cups looks Lovely.. But what on earth is 4T or 1,5T ? I must eat these! <3

    • Those are measurements! “Tablespoons” are commonly represented in recipes with a big “T,” and “teaspoons” are represented with a little “t.” Hope that helps!

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