Recipe by mintconditionherbfarm
"These are the kind of pralines that you find at the checkout in Mexican restaurants. They are creamy instead of chewy like those in New Orleans, and the secret ingredient to make these creamy dreamy pralines...marshmallows! These are surprisingly easy to make and even quicker to disappear!"
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1 1/2 cups
packed light brown sugar
evaporated whole milk
light corn syrup
unsweetened cocoa powder
i thought itr was good
Wanted to make pralines for my mother-in-law. Have been trying a lot of praline recipes, this was the 3rd try--home run! My husband doesn't like pralines but thought these were great. It helps to have more complete directions too. I did add 1t. cinnamon since they were Mexican and I love cinnamon in my chocolate-and doubled the cocoa since I like darker chocolate!
I took this to work for a Mexican theme luncheon and everyone loved it! I have requests for it frequently and everyone wants the recipe! Made it as written. Thanks!
So yummy, fast and easy! i added 1 teaspoon cinnamon (everything sweet is better with cinn). takes 20 mins to make + 10 min to set up = ready to eat in 30 mins! Ingredients are basic staple items! Made them for son's Mardi Gras party at school, and was thankful to find this recipe, as he of course forgot to tell me he needed a treat for school party the next morning. :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Pralines, Mexican Style
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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