Last Christmas, my husband and I had many rounds to make. We live near all of our family which means everyone was having a party and invited us. We felt bad because we wanted to be everywhere, but naturally, we simply could not. We would have to choose between all of these invitations to be with our closest family members, such as parents and siblings. Well, as the day continued on, we went from house to house, visiting moms, dads, siblings, and even a few grandparents. It was a long day and last on the list was my father in law.
When we got to his house which was a good hour drive from our previous visit, we settled into their dining room where he was preparing dinner. We ate a delicious traditional Cuban meal of breaded steak, rice, beans and tamales. We were stuffed but he had one more delicious treat up his sleeve. As we waited at the table, within 20 minutes he had whipped up some beautiful and tall chocolate soufflés. We drizzled them with sweetened condensed milk and ate away until we could not move anymore. They were so unbelievably delicious, I did not want to stop!
Photo and recipe courtesy of The Speckled Palate.
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Quick Tip: Drizzle this dessert with sweetened condensed milk.