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This baked gluten free chocolate dessert is almost like fudge except it foregoes the butter.

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IngredientsServes: 8

  • 250g plain chocolate
  • 100g cream cheese
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
  • 4 eggs, separated
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons caster sugar
  • 1 pinch salt

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:30min

  1. Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Lightly grease and flour a 23cm round cake tin. Put chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pot with hot water. or in a double boiler, and melt.
  2. In a large bowl beat egg yolks with sugar until mixture is light and fluffy. Stir in cornflour, cream cheese and salt. At the end stir in melted chocolate.
  3. In a small bowl beat egg whites with a pinch of salt until stiff peaks form. Gently fold into chocolate mixture. Add mixture to prepared tin.
  4. Bake in the preheated oven until a skewer inserted in the centre comes out clean, about 20 minutes.

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Recipe Summary

  • 2 individual packages graham crackers
  • 2 (3 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 3 cups milk
  • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 (16 ounce) package prepared chocolate frosting

Line the bottom of a 9x13-inch pan with graham crackers.

In a large bowl, combine pudding mix and milk stir well. Mix whipped topping into pudding mixture. Spread half of mixture over graham cracker layer. Top with another layer of graham crackers and the remaining pudding.

Top all with a final layer of graham crackers and frost with chocolate frosting. Refrigerate at least two hours before serving to allow the graham crackers to soften.


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50 Irresistible Chocolate Recipes that Every Dessert Lover Should Try

1) Buckeye Brownie Cookies

If you love traditional buckeyes and you also love brownies, these buckeye brownie cookies will delight you. This chocolate dessert combines the chocolate and peanut butter of a buckeye with the chewy gooeyness of a brownie, in an easy to make cookie. They are less messy than traditional buckeyes and require no dipping. The ball of peanut butter is topped with delicious melted chocolate and sits inside a brownie cookie. It looks like a brownie cookie topped with chocolate, but when you take a bite, there’s a delicious peanut butter surprise inside. The use of boxed brownie mix makes this recipe come together quickly. You will be in and out of the kitchen in no time.

2) Homemade Snickers Bar

Who doesn’t love a Snickers Bar? With this recipe, you can make your own homemade Snickers bars in 30 minutes or less. That is less time than it would take you to go to the store and buy some. Whether you are just having a craving or if you need a dessert idea to make for an event, these bars are sure to please. With only 7 ingredients, you will want to make this recipe again and again. You can even let the kids help with this one because it comes together so easily. Try doubling the recipe for you next event or add them to your plate of holiday goodies.

3) Quadruple Chocolate Soft Fudgy Pudding Cookies

If you need a chocolate dessert recipe, this one is justly named. These cookies are called “Quadruple Chocolate Soft Fudgy Pudding Cookies” for a reason. That’s because they are made with 4 different kinds of chocolate. With chocolate chips, chocolate chunks, cocoa and pudding, these cookies are super soft and chewy. These homemade cookies will give an explosion of chocolate in your mouth. They are decadent and will delight the chocolate lovers in your life. This recipe is perfect to add to your list of holiday cookie recipes but these cookies are great for any time of the year.

4) Paleo Unbaked Brownie

As far as chocolate desserts go, this recipe is on the healthier side. Not only are these brownies unbaked and require no cooking, but they use dates and maple syrup instead of sugar. These brownies are gluten free, raw, vegan and paleo friendly. Pretty much everyone at your get together can have dessert, if you make up a batch of these. It takes less than 30 minutes to throw these brownies together. Then, they just need a couple of hours in the fridge to harden up. You can make a batch of these the day before an event or earlier in the day, to have after dinner.

5) Toll House Chocolate Chip Pie

Most people enjoy delicious, fresh baked, chocolate chip cookies. This pie combines the taste of traditional chocolate chip cookies with the feel of a pie. You are left with a delicious, soft and dense slice of pie, with a slight crunch from the walnuts. The whole family will enjoy this chocolate dessert recipe. It has enough chocolate to please the chocolate lovers, and just little enough to please the people who aren’t crazy about chocolate (if those people exist.) This pie is best served warm and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This chocolate chip pie is the perfect after dinner dessert.

6) Chocolate Turtle Apple Slices

Some of the best dessert recipes are made with fruit and this recipe is no exception. Reminiscent of candy apples, these chocolate turtle apple slices are a real treat. These are fun to make and a great option for kids. Thick slices of apple are covered in melted chocolate, drizzled with caramel and topped with pecans. You can even get creative with this one and use different kinds of nuts or other toppings, like chocolate sprinkles or mini chocolate chips. These are great during Fall, when apples are in season, or any time of the year. They would also make a nice snack for in a kid’s lunch box.

7) Death by Chocolate Icebox Cake

Chocolate lovers beware! This chocolate dessert recipe combines death by chocolate cake with the chilled, creaminess of icebox cake. This recipe layers chocolate graham crackers, chocolate mousse, chocolate ganache, and chocolate whipped topping. It has chocolate syrup drizzled and mini chocolate chips sprinkled on top. You might cry when it’s gone, but don’t worry. You can always make more. Your family will probably beg you to make more anyways.

8) Trillionaire Bars

If you’ve ever tried millionaire or billionaire bars, you know how “rich” they are. Trillionaire bars are even richer. These bars start with a dense brownie layer as the base. The brownie layer is topped with a layer of soft and chewy caramel, then a layer of cookie dough. All of this is topped off with a thin layer of smooth chocolate. No wonder why they are called trillionaire bars! These bars will likely make it to the top of your chocolate recipe list. You should make a batch of these to take to your next potluck.

9) Peanut Butter Chocolate Heaven

Many of the best chocolate desserts also include peanut butter. The title probably gave it away, but you will be in Heaven with this dessert. Layered desserts are so easy and fun to make. This one starts with an Oreo cookie crust, then is layered with a mixture of peanut butter, cream cheese, whipped topping and chopped peanut butter cups. The next layer is a mixture of chocolate pudding and whipped topping. Finally, it is topped with crushed Oreo cookies and peanut butter cups. You don’t even have to heat up your kitchen for this one. It is excellent for a Summer picnic or for a potluck.

10) Three Minute Fudge

This is probably the best homemade fudge recipe you will find. It has only 3 ingredients and takes only 3 minutes to prepare. This recipe uses sweetened condensed milk, semi sweet chocolate chips and vanilla extract. It makes use of the microwave and allows for less time in the kitchen. You can also get creative with this recipe and add in other flavor extracts such as mint, orange or coffee. This makes a great gift or treat for the holidays and can be made last minute for a party or event. You should definitely add this to your list of holiday recipes.

11) Deep Dish Oatmeal Fudge Bars

When trying to think of dessert ideas for a gathering, you should definitely consider this recipe. Deep dish oatmeal bars are super easy to make and they are definitely a crowd pleaser. This recipe combines fudge and oatmeal, in a bar that is perfect for a potluck or party. They would also make a great addition to your holiday baked goods list and they are even fun for the kids to help.

12) Raspberry Chocolate Cups

No chocolate dessert recipe list is complete without a recipe for chocolate cups. The recipe for chocolate cups can be used to make cups to fill with other chocolate desserts like ice cream or mousse. For the raspberry chocolate cups, we are using a chocolatey raspberry mousse filling. The cups are topped with fresh raspberries and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Not only are these light and delicious but they make a beautiful presentation. You could even experiment with other types of berries such as blueberries or strawberries or even a mix of berries.

13) Grandma’s Chocolate Pie

This is one of the easiest chocolate dessert recipes to make. Just use a store bought pie crust (or you can make your own.) Just cook the mixture on the stove and mix until you get a thick pudding like texture. Then you pour it into the pre-baked pie crust and chill in the fridge. This pie is so easy that you could make it fast, if you need a last minute chocolate dessert recipe. You could also make it ahead of time. It’s too simple to not try it.

14) Triple Layer Cracker Toffee Bars

These bars have three layers of buttery crackers and are a twist on a traditional cracker toffee. The recipe includes a homemade caramel mixture that is layered over top the crackers. The bars are topped with melted chocolate and chilled. These are perfect for someone with a sweet tooth, who only likes a little bit of chocolate. Chocolate lovers will find these delectable. Leftovers make a great snack for you or your child’s lunch box.

15) Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Skillet

This peanut butter cup cookie skillet is one of the best dessert recipes to serve only 1 or 2 people. Whether you are craving a warm cookie with a gooey center or you just need a dessert to share with someone, this recipe fits the bill. You can save time and use store bought cookie dough or you can make your own. Chocolate chips and peanut butter cups are cooked in the center of cookie dough, in a skillet, to make this delicious cookie skillet. The chocolate and peanut butter cups melt in the center, to create a delicious gooey center.

16) Blackout Chocolate Cupcakes and Blackout Chocolate Frosting

This is a recipe for a great chocolate dessert. These blackout chocolate cupcakes are actually black in color instead of brown. The recipe calls for a cup of coffee and black food coloring. Also, included is a recipe for blackout chocolate frosting to top the cupcakes with. These are perfect for Halloween or a party with a black theme. Actually, they are great for any time, even right now.

17) Hot Fudge Cheesecake Brownies

These brownies look much harder to make than they actually are. Really, they are very simple to make. Brownie batter is layered at the bottom, with a hot fudge cheesecake mixture on top, then topped with more brownie batter. Then the brownies are topped with your choice of chocolate chips, nuts or chopped peanut butter cups and baked. The hot fudge cheesecake mixture is simply a jar of hot fudge mixed with a block of cream cheese. The best dessert recipes are delicious and easy, and this one is both.

18) Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cheesecake

If you need a dessert idea and you are thinking cheesecake is in order, then this recipe is for you! The crust for this cheesecake is made from crushed Oreo cookies. The cheesecake itself has mini chocolate chips in it and is topped with a homemade salted caramel sauce and more mini chocolate chips. Your guests will think you spent all day in the kitchen for this cheesecake when you really didn’t.

19) No Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart

Chocolate desserts pair so well with berries. This chocolate tart uses strawberries and requires no baking. It uses an Oreo cookie crust and a delicious chocolate ganache. This tart is topped with strawberries but you can get creative and use other fruits, nuts or chocolate chips. The strawberries make for a beautiful presentation, both before and after slicing. The best part is that it only takes 15 minutes to prepare and can be made the night before or earlier in the day. We think you will make this tart more than once.

20) Boston Cream Cupcakes

Do you love Boston cream pie? Who wouldn’t? Well, if you do then you need to try these Boston cream cupcakes. They are so cute and so much more fun to make than a Boston cream pie. They have a delicious Boston cream custard center and are topped with a delicious chocolate glaze. These are perfect for a birthday or holiday party. Instead of plain cupcakes, you can make little Boston cream pies in cupcake form. Your guests will love them and be begging for a second serving. You might want to make extras. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

21) Chunky Monkey Brownies

You’ve probably heard of chunky monkey ice cream, but you probably haven’t heard of chunky monkey brownies. If you need a chocolate recipe but you want something more exciting than plain old brownies, you should try making these. They are called chunky monkey brownies because they are chunky and they contain bananas. Ya know, because monkeys eat bananas? You could also add nuts to this recipe to make it more chunky but if nuts aren’t your thing, that’s O.K. too. These chunky monkey brownies are a perfect dessert to bring to a potluck but be prepared to share the recipe.

22) Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows

If you are looking for a chocolate recipe that you can also make with the kids (but you don’t have to) then this is it. This has to be one of the easiest recipes you can make and it is super fun. Get the kids together (or don’t) and make a bunch of these. They are marshmallows on a stick, dipped in caramel and chocolate then sprinkled with sea salt. These are so versatile. You can sprinkle them with nuts, or mini chocolate chips. You could also try sprinkles or coconut flakes. Once they are made, you can eat them as a marshmallow pop. You can dip them in hot cocoa or you can remove the stick and make fancy s’mores out of them. You can even give them as gifts during the holidays. This is a recipe that kids and adults will both enjoy.

23) Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bake Dessert

This delicious no bake chocolate dessert takes only 15 minutes to prepare. It starts with an Oreo cookie crust and a layer of a peanut butter cream cheese mixture. Then it is topped with chopped peanut butter cups and layer with a chocolate pudding whipped topping mixture. Then it is sprinkled with crush Oreo cookies. This dessert is light and fluffy. This is a great dessert idea for a potluck or a picnic. It will likely be a big hit with everyone who tries it. If you love peanut butter cups, you can try sprinkling extra chopped peanut butter cups on top.

24) Ice Cube Tray Chocolates

This is another easy chocolate recipe. You can save money by making fancy filled chocolates at home, rather than buying them at the store. They also make great gifts for the holidays. These chocolates are made in an ice cube tray, which makes it very easy to fill them. This recipe suggests using peanut butter, caramel and marshmallows for filling. You can get creative and add fruits, jelly, or flavored creams. You could even make them extra chocolatey by filling them with fudge. You could even buy extra ice cube trays and start a new holiday tradition with the kids, making homemade filled chocolates.

25) Samoa Sheet Cake

If you are planning to make a sheet cake, go above and beyond and make this Samoa sheet cake. Reminiscent of the Samoa cookies, this cake has caramel, chocolate and toasted coconut. At first, it seems like a normal chocolate sheet cake, but then you drizzle it with chocolate sauce and caramel sauce. Then you top it with toasted coconut and it becomes a Samoa sheet cake. Why bake a plain sheet cake when you can bake something like this? It looks beautiful and delicious and will wow any crowd. This cake will likely make your list of best dessert recipes.

26) Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Almond Clusters

These almond clusters will satisfy your cravings for salty, sweet and crunchy. In this chocolate recipe, almonds are mixed with melted chocolate to make clusters and topped with sea salt. That’s it! It is super easy and quick to make. You could also try experimenting with other nuts such as peanuts or walnuts. These are great to make for the holidays and can be served to guests or given as gifts. They also make a pretty presentation if arranged in decorative dishes on a table.

27) Slutty Cheesecake Bars

These homemade bars are impressive! They have a layer of cookie dough on the bottom, a layer of Oreo cookies, a layer of cheesecake, another layer of crushed Oreo cookies and a drizzle of caramel sauce over top. These are sweet and combine all your favorite dessert flavors. These bars need to be on your list of chocolate desserts to try.

28) Triple Dark Chocolate Truffle Brownies

You haven’t truly lived until you have tried these triple dark chocolate truffle brownies. Once you try them, we doubt you will go back to regular plain brownies again. These brownies are for chocolate lovers like us, with 3 decadent layers. The first layer is a rich, fudgy, dark chocolate brownie layer. This is followed by a an Oreo cookie truffle layer. Then it is all topped with a soft chocolate layer. You can sink your teeth into these brownies when you need an indulgence. This is a chocolate recipe that is begging to be shared.

29) Chocolate Spider Trifle

This chocolate dessert recipe is perfect for Halloween with the spider web of chocolate on top. It makes a beautiful presentation that will dress up your table. If Halloween is too long to wait, it’s O.K. This dessert is great any time of the year. With delicious layers of chocolate cake, chocolate pudding, whipped cream, crushed Oreo cookies and chocolate syrup, you can’t go wrong.

30) Crock Pot Hot Fudge Brownies

This chocolate dessert recipe is the perfect excuse to use your crock pot. Even better, you get dessert. The great thing about using a crock pot is that you can just throw the ingredients together and magically, in a few hours, it’s done! This is one of the easiest cooked desserts you can make. Simply prepare boxed brownie mix and pour the batter in. Then add the other ingredients and set the timer. It comes out hot and gooey. Then you can top it with whatever toppings your heart desires. We recommend ice cream or whipped topping, but you can go all out and add fruit, nuts and sprinkles.

31) Chocolate Whoopie Pie Cake

Remember the chocolate whoopie pies from your childhood? Or Maybe you remember them from this morning? One little pie just never seemed like enough and it was definitely not enough to share. Now, you can share with this chocolate whoopie pie cake. It’s a giant whoopie pie in cake form. This delicious chocolate dessert recipe makes a chocolate cake with an amazing marshmallow cream layer in the middle. You can have a slice and go back for more. There’s even enough to share. Plus, you get to make something better than boring old chocolate cake (not that we would turn down a slice of plain chocolate cake.)

32) M&M Chocolate Cookies

Everyone needs a recipe for homemade M&M chocolate cookies. There’s something about adding M&Ms that makes the cookies taste extra special. Plus, kids’ faces light up when they see the colorful candies in their cookie. These chocolate cookies are soft and chewy. You can use rainbow colored M&Ms for any time but you can also customize your cookies for different holidays. Use red and green for Christmas. You can even use the peppermint flavored M&Ms. You can use green for St. Patrick’s day. Red, pink and white can be used for Valentine’s day and orange and green can be used for Halloween. You can even do red, white and blue for the 4th of July.

33) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars

One of the best parts of making chocolate chip cookies is eating some of the cookie dough. Admit it, you have done this. In fact, it’s safe to assume that an entire batch of cookie dough never made it to the oven. We are chocolate lovers after all. With these chocolate chip cookie dough bars, they are the perfect excuse to eat cookie dough. It’s shaped into bars so why not? These bars are not baked but the cookie dough has no eggs, so you won’t get sick. They are topped with smooth chocolate and are a real treat. Your family and your guests will love these bars that are great for any occasion. You can even make them for no reason at all.

34) Chocolate Salted Caramel Tart

If you are looking for a healthier chocolate dessert, that doesn’t look healthy at all, this is a great one. The tart is made using chocolate cake that has avocado in it. Yes, avocado in cake. Avocado actually goes very well with chocolate. You’ll see. Then a homemade caramel mixture is used to fill the tart and chocolate frosting is spread over the top. It looks absolutely sinful, but is actually low carb. If you are on a low carb diet, you can still indulge.

35) Chocolate Pound Cake

Everyone needs a chocolate recipe for pound cake and this one is a winner. This chocolate pound cake looks so rich and slices so smooth. It comes together easily and takes less effort than making a chocolate layer cake. When you have a craving for chocolate cake, make up one of these. Topped with a smooth chocolate ganache, you will be in Heaven with this chocolate pound cake.

36) Mini Baileys Chocolate Cheesecakes

Not only are these mini Baileys chocolate cheesecakes adorable, but they are also delicious! They are made in cupcake pans so they are the perfect size for sharing. They have an Oreo cookie crust, a chocolate minty cheesecake filling and are topped with a minty whipped cream topping and chocolate sauce drizzle. With the minty flavor, these chocolate desserts are perfect for St. Patrick’s day. They are great for a party and will go fast. Don’t forget the chocolate sprinkles!

37) Molten Peanut Butter and Chocolate Fondant Cakes

Some of the best dessert recipes include a nice surprise filling. The title probably gave it away, but imagine the delight when your guests dip their fork into their cakes and a delicious molten peanut butter and chocolate filling spills out! Chocolate and peanut butter pair together so well and this recipe is no exception. This dessert is very easy to make and is quite impressive. Serve these at your next get together and you will have your guests coming back for more. Your family will be asking for these lava cakes again and again. You may as well save this recipe now.

38) Chocolate Coconut Protein Cups

This chocolate dessert recipe packs a mighty protein punch. If you like to grab a protein bar for a quick protein fix or after a workout then you will love these simple chocolate coconut protein cups. The filling is a lovely coconut cream. Coconut flavored protein powder is used in this recipe. They are so easy to make and require no baking. They are quick and easy to grab when you need your protein fix and they are pretty enough to share with others. You could also try experimenting with other flavors of protein powders such as berry, peanut butter or chocolate.

39) Homemade Take 5 Candy Bars

If you love Take 5 candy bars, you can make your own at home. They are called Take 5 because they use only 5 ingredients: dark chocolate, peanut butter, pretzels, caramel and peanuts. Even if you have never tried a Take 5 candy bar you are sure to love these. They are super addicting and have a great combination of salty and sweet. With this recipe, you can have more for less than it would cost to buy them. These also make great gifts during the holidays and are a great dessert idea to bring to a party.

40) Chocolate Caramel Bars

These chocolate caramel bars contain 4 ingredients and take only 20 minutes to make. That’s less time in the kitchen and more time to do other things. These bars combine 2 flavors we love: chocolate and caramel. They are very satisfying and are perfect when you need a last minute dessert idea, to bring to a party or event. Even if you have a lot of time to plan, these are still great.

41) Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie ‘n’ Oreo Fudge Brownie Bar

Imagine a chocolate chip cookie stuffed with an Oreo cookie. Now, imagine a fudge brownie stuffed with an Oreo cookie. This chocolate dessert recipe combines both of these into one dessert and it’s amazing! Why choose between chocolate chip cookies, Oreo Cookies and fudge brownies when you can have all three at once? Serve these bars with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you will see that they are called “ultimate chocolate chip cookie ‘n Oreo fudge brownie bars”, for a reason!

42) Thick ‘n Fudgey Chocolate Explosion Cookies

These cookies are said to be “pure chocolate explosions of love” and we can definitely see why. Any chocolate lover would love a stack of these cookies, served warm, with a glass of milk. They are chocolatey. They are fudgey. They are thick and moist. The cookies themselves are chocolate. They have chocolate chips in them and they are drizzled with more chocolate. This is a great chocolate dessert recipe when you want to bake cookies and you are really craving chocolate.

43) Chocolate Lasagna Cupcakes

Chocolate lasagna is a favorite of 4th of July picnics and potlucks. With layers of Oreo cookie crust, fluffy cheesecake mixture, chocolate pudding, whipped topping and sprinkled with mini chocolate chips, they are cut into squares and made to fit on filled plates of random foods. But now, you can make this favorite in cupcake form! As if this dessert couldn’t get any better, it somehow did. Now, you can make these for your next picnic or potluck and you won’t have to cut squares or collect your messy pan and server at the end of the day. Just set these out and the guests will grab them and go. No mess, no fuss and a lot of people raving about how great your chocolate dessert recipe was. You can even get creative and top with shaved chocolate instead of mini chocolate chips. Or, use both.

44) Brownie Marshmallow Crunch Bars

This is one of the best dessert recipes to make with kids. The recipe uses boxed fudge brownie mix and a container of marshmallow frosting. This makes it super easy for kids to help. The brownie is topped with the marshmallow frosting which becomes the filling layer. Then, this is topped with a crunchy, chocolate, peanut layer. The kids will love mixing the brownie batter and pouring it in the pan. This is so much more fun and exciting than plain old brownies and it’s not too complicated that they lose interest.

45) Turtle Brownie Cheesecake

This turtle brownie cheesecake is an excellent chocolate dessert recipe that should get a permanent slot in your recipe file. It has a delicious fudge brownie bottom and a smooth caramel cheesecake layer. Then it is all topped with pecans and drizzles of caramel and chocolate sauce. Not only is this dessert decadent and delicious but it also makes for a great presentation. Pipe the chocolate whipped topping around the edge and add the other toppings and it will look like a professional chef made this cheesecake. You can wow your friends when you bring this show stopped to your next event. Instead of plain old cheesecake, make it a turtle brownie cheesecake!

46) Hot Fudge Pudding Cake

This is a decadent chocolate dessert recipe. Hot fudge and pudding make this cake absolutely melt in your mouth. You will need to serve this in a bowl rather than a plate. When you cut into this pudding cake, the fudge oozes out of it. This would be best served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Don’t forget the glass of milk. With only 15 minutes prep time and 25 minutes bake time, you can have this dessert ready for an after dinner treat the whole family will love.

47) Easy Hershey’s Chocolate Pie

This is one of the quickest and easiest no bake desserts. This easy Hershey’s chocolate pie uses a store bought Oreo cookie crust. Hershey’s chocolate bars are melted and mixed with whipped topping to make the filling, and the pie is topped off with more whipped topping and Hershey’s chocolate bars. This is a perfect summery treat when it’s too hot to heat up your kitchen, with the oven. It is a quick and easy dessert idea to bring to a Summer picnic, but it’s great for any time of the year. If you wanted to go a step further you could add mini chocolate chips, chocolate sprinkles or shaved chocolate as toppings.

48) Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Brownies

Chocolate desserts and strawberries are a deliciously sweet combination. They go so well together that someone created a recipe for chocolate dipped strawberry brownies. You probably never heard of anyone putting strawberries in brownies but this is something you have to try. Strawberries are layered over top a pan of brownies then covered in smooth melted chocolate. Not only are these brownies delicious, but they are also gorgeous when sliced. They make an excellent presentation for a party or on the dessert table of a potluck.

49) Chocolate Molten Cakes in a Cupcake Pan

These chocolate molten cakes are made in a cupcake pan to make easy individual desserts. This chocolate dessert recipe is great for a party. The chocolate molten cakes are a crowd pleaser and make an excellent presentation. They are best served right away with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but they can be immediately frozen and reheated in the microwave, for a quick individual serving of dessert. When you press your fork into the cake, molten chocolate spills out and it’s delightful.

50) Salted Caramel Turtle Brownies

These homemade salted caramel turtle brownies are far from plain. Fudge brownies are baked, then topped with caramel sauce, chocolate chips, pecans and sea salt, to make a deliciously crunchy and chewy brownie that is to die for. These brownies are the best brownies to take to a holiday potluck, or any potluck for that matter. The combination of salted caramel, sweet chocolate and crunchy pecans make for a delicious dessert experience you won’t want to miss.

50 Must-Try Chocolate Desserts

There is a plethora of chocolate dessert recipes on the web. Sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to find the perfect recipe for your event or after dinner dessert. Hopefully, we made your search a little easier by compiling a list of the 50 best chocolate dessert recipes out there. Whether you want something cool for Summer or something fresh from the oven, we have you covered. You can find something for any party or holiday, something to make with the kids, or something to wow your family after a long day.

You may even find your new favorite go-to recipe in this list, or something you will pass down for generations. These recipes are tradition worthy and will likely be repeated again and again. There’s something for everyone with combinations of fruit, nuts, caramel, peanut butter and candy. Now, get to the kitchen and start making your favorite dessert!


Note from the Editors

Chocolate is not just a girl&rsquos best friend&mdashit&rsquos everyone&rsquos best friend. This one amazing ingredient can be turned into candy, cookies, cake, and ice cream. It flavors everything it touches in the best way possible. You can eat it alone or put it on almost any dessert. It&rsquos great with other sweet things, but also makes salty things delicious as well. The desserts in this amazing eCookbook will help you make the most out of everyone&rsquos favorite after-dinner treat.

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Thanks to the bananas, cocoa powder, and honey this pudding tastes nothing like avocado and has the perfect silky texture and decadent, rich flavor.

Recipe: Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
Another super thick smoothie bowl you can top like a sundae and enjoy for a guilt-free dessert of breakfast.

Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip
This EPIC fruit dip is made with cocoa powder, peanut butter, and yogurt. It has a chocolatey-rich flavor that will make you want to lick the bowl!

Recipe: Fudgy Chocolate Brownies
My family loves brownies straight from the oven with a tall glass of milk and these are no exception. Thanks to the prune pureé they’re extra rich and moist without the need for extra sugar and butter.

Recipe: 3-Ingredient Brownies
Only 3 ingredients needed to make these soft, chocolate bite-size brownies and they’re less than 100 calories per serving. You can pack them in a lunch for a healthy treat to-go.

Recipe: Chocolate Banana Ice Cream
Bananas and Nutella are the only items you need to make this frozen treat. I knew bananas could make ice cream but I didn’t expect it to be this good!


21 Fantastic Baileys Dessert Recipes that will Make You Drool

Instead of the old standby desserts, apple pie and brownies, why not try Baileys dessert recipes to wow your guest? With Irish cream, hints of chocolate and the distinctive taste of Irish whiskey, this old favorite can help you create some new recipes that your friends will devour.

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The creamy smooth taste makes a decadent mousse filling for puff pastries, or a beautiful buttercream icing for cakes. The silky texture will help you to trump any truffle you’ve ever created. Have a simple Bailey’s pudding layered with whipped cream and crushed Oreo’s or bring out the big guns with a Baileys molten lava cake.

The Irish cream whiskey is also delicious in baked goods like chocolate cake or brownies. Cookies love the hints of chocolate, too! Cheesecakes and chocolate trifles will cause you to commit decadence overload.

There are plenty of ways besides baked goods to create Baileys desserts for your family and friends. Creme brulee, fudge and fudge sauce recipes will give you a name among the neighbors. You will be marked for dessert for the potlucks and family dinners. Macaroons, souffles, cheesecake balls and even French toasts are just a few of the ways you can use Baileys to make life delicious.

Baileys dessert ideas are plentiful in cookbooks and of course online. Check out some of the best desserts you can make out of this tasty Irish liquor!


13 Decadent Chocolate Dessert Recipes

Are you a chocolate lover? Or baking for one? Here at A Couple Cooks, we adore chocolate. Though most of our recipes are healthy whole food recipes (often plant based), there’s always room for a treat here and there. So, we’ve collected all the best ways to eat chocolate for dessert, outside of just grabbing a straight up chocolate bar.

Here are our favorite chocolate dessert recipes of all kinds. There’s our best chocolate cake with ganache glaze, a total stunner that is perfect for birthdays and special occasions. Then there are everyday desserts like cookies and brownies. You’ll notice many of them have a healthy spin using whole food ingredients, but the main priority is this: 100% chocolate-y deliciousness. Well, should we just get to the recipes?


Newest Video Recipe - Chocolate Yogurt Cake

Cakes don't have to be complicated to make. And they don't have to be multi-layered with an over abundance of frosting. For everyday, I like to make a single layer cake where the batter is just "dump and stir". This Chocolate Yogurt Cake is one such cake. It has a wonderfully dense and moist texture and a delicious chocolate flavor. It is really good without the Chocolate Glaze, but I just couldn't resist increasing the chocolate flavor and I also like how its surface has a shiny gloss. If you like, you can garnish the glaze with chocolate sprinkles (I like Cacao Barry Vermicelles Fins Chocolat), candy sprinkles, or even toasted nuts.

Yogurt makes this cake nice and moist. I normally use whole milk plain yogurt (Greek style) as I like its rich and tangy flavor. This batter also contains a flavorless oil (can use vegetable, corn, safflower, canola, or a light olive oil) instead of butter. The oil, along with the yogurt, gives the cake its moist texture, plus it will keep the cake from becoming too firm (unlike butter) if you store it in your refrigerator.

This cake is excellent plain, but try it with the Chocolate Glaze. This glaze is simply a combination of semi sweet or bittersweet chocolate with a little butter and honey (can use light corn syrup, golden syrup, liquid glucose, agave or brown rice syrup) that is melted and then left to cool at room temperature until it sets to pouring consistency. Once the cake has cooled, you just pour the glaze over the top of the cake letting it drip down the sides. Let sit at room temperature until the glaze dries and then it's ready to serve.

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Bake a Beer Dessert for Game Day

Beer is a many-splendored drink, but it’s not just for sipping (or chugging). It adds interest to all sorts of dishes, from morning pancakes to dinnertime chili. And there are lots of ways to use beer in dessert, whether you favor aggressive IPAs or sweeter pastry beers.

Baking with beer seems like an especially perfect endeavor for tailgating season, and a must-do if you’re hosting any kind of Super Bowl party. Because it involves beer, of course, but also because these booze-infused treats are equally perfect for celebrating the sweet taste of victory or soothing the pain of defeat. (Naturally, they’re delicious at any other time too.)

Another Round The Best Type of Beer Glass for Whatever Style You're Drinking While rich, roasty stouts and porters, which often already have chocolatey elements, are a no-brainer for desserts like cakes, brownies, ice creams, and truffles, there are lots of other styles you can work into sweets. Even mild lager is useful for lightening up a batter, as in our Almond Biscuit Shortcakes with Roasted Figs recipe, but more strongly flavored beers obviously influence the taste as well as the texture of a given dessert. Peach, cherry, and raspberry lambics work well in jammy or fruity desserts, while spiced pumpkin beers and nutty brown ales add great fall flavor to baked goods, caramels, and frostings. Sour beers and even hoppy, piney IPAs bring bright notes to citrus desserts saisons marry well with fruit and spice and malty, strong Scotch ales emphasize any caramelized elements in a sweet dish.

Always use a beer you’d drink on its own, and feel free to experiment by substituting different styles as long as the flavor and intensity makes sense. For instance, you probably don’t want to use a super-funky Belgian in place of a chocolate porter, but any other rich, mellow beer, from coffee stout to fragrant Christmas ale, would likely work (while still changing the flavor profile a bit). And milder beers are generally better in less strongly flavored desserts where they won’t be overwhelmed, while bigger beers can still shine in stronger-tasting treats, yet also blend in more easily with their deeper flavors.

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Jacquelyn Dodd (aka The Beeroness) has mastered the art of cooking and baking with beer these recipes are for smaller bites, so they're perfect for parties.

Keep in mind, beer does affect the structure of baked goods, so you’re better off subbing in your beer of choice in a recipe that already calls for some, rather than just adding it to one that’s beer-free. And while these beer desserts may not get you buzzed (except on sugar), you should still only serve them to adults who are okay with consuming alcohol.

If that’s you, try one of these intoxicatingly delicious recipes to satisfy two cravings at once!

Chocolate Stout S’mores Brownies

Choose a rich, chocolatey stout for these s’mores-inspired brownies to intensify the chocolate in the batter. And once these reach room temp, we recommend reheating individual brownies so the toasted marshmallow topping gets nice and gooey again. Get our Chocolate Stout S’mores Brownies recipe.

Guinness Gingerbread Bundt Cake

You can switch up the icing for this moist, rich cake however you please—drizzle on a beer caramel or a stout fudge sauce, slather on beer whipped cream, or make a simple pour-over icing with three tablespoons of your chosen brew whisked into one cup of powdered sugar. Any of these would also be great over a chocolate stout cake, of course, but gingerbread spices make things a little more interesting. Get our Guinness Gingerbread Bundt Cake recipe.

Chocolate Stout Cupcakes

Dark chocolate stout cupcakes are a great portable option (and if you’re one of those people who doesn’t like chocolate, you can go with citrus IPA cupcakes or malty brown ale cupcakes instead). Again, you can play around with different toppings—try cream cheese frosting, stout fudge frosting, raspberry lambic frosting, white chocolate beer frosting, or even bubbly toasted beer marshmallow meringue that mimics a foamy head—but there’s much to be said for piling even more stout-infused chocolate on top! Couldn’t hurt to sprinkle on beer-candied bacon either. Get the Chocolate Stout Cupcakes recipe.

Guinness Milk Chocolate Ice Cream

Guinness strikes again, but thanks to the plethora of options out there, you can find lots of other craft beer ice cream recipes if you prefer another style. This hearty milk chocolate stout ice cream is especially great for beer floats, though. Just scoop it into a glass and top it off with the beer of your choice (would Southern Tier’s Crème Brûlée vanilla milk stout be too much?). Get David Lebovitz’s Guinness Milk Chocolate Ice Cream recipe.

Brown Sugar Beer Cookies

Beer helps keep baked goods moist and tender, so these brown ale-infused brown sugar cookies stay soft even days after they’re baked. This is a good recipe to try swapping in other beers, including ones with a bit more spice—and if you want even more beer flavor (who could blame you?), ice them with an easy beer glaze using the same brew that’s in the dough. Get the Brown Sugar Beer Cookies recipe.

Pumpkin Beer Monkey Bread with Pumpkin Beer Caramel Sauce

Not everyone loves pumpkin beer, but fans of fall’s seasonal releases will adore this pull-apart monkey bread, with spiced pumpkin ale in the batter and in the caramel that soaks into every sticky morsel. When pumpkin ale is out of season, try a hard cider or malty, spicy ale in its place. Get the Pumpkin Beer Monkey Bread with Pumpkin Beer Caramel Sauce recipe.

Brown Ale Pumpkin Pie Bars

For those who don’t love pumpkin in their beer, but still enjoy autumnal pumpkin desserts, these silky pumpkin pie bars use nutty dark brown ale to boost the caramelized flavors. A boozy, barrel-aged brown is even better with the cinnamon and brown sugar. Get the Brown Ale Pumpkin Pie Bars recipe.

Beer Truffles with Pretzels

These easy chocolate truffles are dynamite with a dark, chocolate-flavored beer, but you can play around with other ales to change the flavor beers with vanilla notes make a lot of sense too. The salty, crunchy pretzel coating is the perfect contrast. Get the Beer Truffles with Pretzels recipe.

Ale and Pretzel Soft Caramels

Another beer and pretzel pairing, these soft, chewy caramels are also a perfect place to experiment with different styles pale ale could become pumpkin beer or American strong ale, even smoked porter…and instead of wrapping these in wax paper to help hold their shape, you could dip them in chocolate for another layer of flavor too. Get the Ale and Pretzel Soft Caramels recipe.

IPA Lemon Bars

A bright, citrusy IPA is a great addition to both the crust and the filling of tangy-sweet lemon bars. Try Meyer lemons when they’re in season for a more floral dimension, and try different styles of IPA if you’re feeling adventurous. Get the IPA Lemon Bars recipe.

Russian Imperial Stout Fudge with Beer-Candied Pistachios

A super-dark, intensely rich and roasty imperial stout with notes of coffee and chocolate is a natural for mixing into decadent fudge—and the beer-candied pistachios on top are a brilliant touch. Get the Russian Imperial Stout Fudge with Beer-Candied Pistachios recipe.

Glazed Doughnut Beer Cake

A beer-infused cake that tastes like a glazed doughnut? Sounds like something you could happily eat for breakfast too! Although, after noon, you can enjoy it with a glass of pale ale to complement the flavors in the batter and the glaze. (By the way, the Beeroness has a ton of other fantastic beer desserts that you should also check out.) Get the Glazed Doughnut Beer Cake recipe.

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