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Miracle Chocolate-Coffee Icing

Rated as 4.65 out of 5 Stars
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"This two-ingredient icing goes together in almost no time, and dresses up plain brownies or a sheet cake. Use less yogurt if you want it to be thicker. This is ready to spread on a cool flat cake or brownies or can be used on a Bundt® cake, where it will run down a bit. It will harden in the refrigerator, so it's best to serve immediately or let your dessert reach room temperature before serving, but store any leftover in the refrigerator."
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Ingredients

6 m servings 63
Original recipe yields 12 servings

Directions

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  1. Place chocolate chips in a microwave-safe glass measuring cup; heat in microwave, stirring every 10 seconds, until melted and smooth, 1 to 2 minutes.
  2. Stir yogurt into melted chocolate until icing is smooth.

Footnotes

  • Cook's Notes:
  • This was inspired by the wonderful sour cream ganache recipe by KatieMac on this site.
  • I might try some other flavors of yogurt sometime, but this one worked for me. For example, you could use cherry yogurt and garnish the cake with fresh Bing cherries and whipped cream.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 63 calories; 3 9.4 0.6 1 9 Full nutrition

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Really? You would rate a recipe one star just because you have never seen coffee flavored yogurt? Go to any town with a population of more than 50 people and you will find it in any grocery sto...

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This recipe is sort of misleading, because it's not actually 2 ingredients. While it technically requires you to mix only 2 things together, that's because someone else (the yogurt manufacturer...

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Really? You would rate a recipe one star just because you have never seen coffee flavored yogurt? Go to any town with a population of more than 50 people and you will find it in any grocery sto...

Anyone else as annoyed (more like outraged) as I am by the review of the man who downgraded this recipe to a 3, saying he hadn’t tried it yet but wondered if it could be used as a “toping” for i...

Quick and easy and nobody saw me wolfing down that brownie covered in frosting while the kids weren't looking, right?!

I posted this recipe several years ago and since that time our stores stopped offering coffee flavored yogurt, which was a favorite of mine. Other flavors of yogurt work about the same, or you ...

A number of companies make coffee yogurt. Dannon has been making it for at least 45 years. Some brands call it mocha. Dannon is the best. You can make your own with vanilla yogurt and instan...

We certainly don't have coffee flavored yougurt here in Brazil, although we are avid coffee consumers...but i bought a container of plain whole yogurt and flavored it with a teaspoon of instant ...

Sounds amazing, but I have never ever seen coffee yogurt? I live in a suburb of LA and have never come across it anywhere . . .

First time I make a new recipe, I follow instructions exactly. I will make this again but I’ll use 1/2 cup of the dark chocolate chips instead of 3/4 because mine was a little to thick. I want...

Thanks for an easy recipe! Wow, so many negative comments about "no coffee yogurt" available. Use plain and add powdered instant coffee, either decaf or regular. I always make coffee frozen yogu...