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Who Would Have Thought It Was This Easy To Make!
What do you do when you suddenly realize you’ve just agreed to hosting a huge group of women for a fundraising Bible study event at your church? Well, you go a little crazy at first but then you start organizing things like a mad woman. I’m sure, if any of these ladies had seen me at this point, they never would have chosen me for the job!
I thought I had everything covered already when it hit me; what was I going to serve with coffee? I was literally the only one available for the preparations, so I needed a dessert that was super easy to make for a crowd. I called my mother and all of my sisters until I suddenly remembered my aunt serving this incredible tiramisu for last Thanksgiving.
She gave me the recipe and an hour later I was standing in my kitchen, ready to make a test batch. You think I’d serve a dessert I hadn’t tried making myself yet? Not a chance! Fortunately it turned out amazing, and it was extremely easy to double (actually, triple) the ingredients for my event.
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Quick Tip: Make in a 9×9″ dish.