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       Title: Anne’s Cappuccino Squares-Part 1
  Categories: Cakes, Chocolate
       Yield: 1 servings
            First layer:
       1 c  Flour; all purpose
     1/2 c  Confectioner’s sugar
     1/2 c  Butter; softened
       3 ts Instant coffee crystals
            Dissolved one by one in
       1 tb Hot water
            Butter for greasing pan
            Second layer:
       2 c  Confectioner’s sugar
       1 tb Instant coffee crystals
            Dissolved in
       2 tb Hot water
       1    Egg; lightly beaten; at room
     1/2 c  Butter; softened
     1/2 c  Milk
            Top layer:
       4 oz White chocolate; 4 squares
       1 tb Butter
       2 oz Semisweet chocolate; 2
   Preheat oven to 350F.
   FIRST LAYER: Grease 8 inch square cake pan with butter. Mix
   together thoroughly flour, confectioner’s sugar (icing
   sugar), softened butter and coffee dissolved in hot water.
   (You can use food processor or electric mixer). Press
   mixture evenly into pan bottom. Bake 10 minutes in
   preheated 350F oven. Cool on wire rack.
   SECOND LAYER: Meanwhile in large bowl, combine
   confectioner’s sugar (icing sugar), 1 Tbsp coffee crystals
   dissolved in 2 Tbsp hot water, softened butter and 1 egg
   (lightly beaten with a fork at room temperature.) Mix until
   thoroughly combined. (can use food processor or electric
   Put milk in pot over medium heat and scald (heat until
   bubbles appear around sides but milk is not a rolling
   boil). Add mixture from bowl and heat 7 minutes over medium
   heat , stirring frequently at first, constantly after the
   mixture bubbles. (If mixture starts to stick on bottom,
   lower heat slightly). Let cool slightly, then pour over
   first layer.
   Tilt pan to cover base layer evenly. Chill in refrigerator
   half an hour or more till set.
   THIRD LAYER: Combine 4 oz white chocolate with 1 Tbsp
   butter in double boiler and melt (or melt 1 -1 1/2 minutes
   in microwave on High and stir ). Spread over chilled second
   layer with spatula or blunt knife (layer will be quite