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I just tried this and it's just like what my grandmother used to make. Thank you!

I am a bit confused...this calls for chocolate and that has milk in it which my grandchildren cannot eat. I thought this was supposed to be dairy free.

Hi farrell,

I'm sorry, I should have been more clear when I wrote this up. I always use dairy-free chocolate now and sometimes I forgot to include "dairy-free" in the title. One of my favorites is Ghirardelli 60 Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Chips.


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