Top Rated Chocolate Recipes

These Brazilian “truffles” are proof that good things come in small packages. Made with just two basic ingredients — sweetened condensed milk and chocolate — they make the perfect decadent treat when you’re short on time or ingredients.Click here for more of our best candy recipes. 
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The name comes from an operetta based on a George Bernard Shaw play and it’s infamous quote, “who need cartridges when you can carry chocolate.”
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Chocolate Soufflé
Learn how to make deliciously romantic chocolate soufflé, right in your own kitchen! Recipe courtesy of Salt Creek Grille Princeton.
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This Dia de los Muertos dessert looks great and is big on flavors like chocolate and coffee with touches of brandy and cinnamon.
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A budino is the Italian's way of saying custard or pudding, and this recipe features a rich, chocolaty one topped with a sweet whipped cream.
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I remember a meal I had at a Michelin restaurant in the center of France where, at the very end of the meal, they brought a small tray to the table filled with chocolates, tiny lemony madeleines, and miniature cookies. The round chocolates spiked with almonds were so delicious that I tracked down a recipe for them and have made them ever since. I played around a bit with a traditional recipe for Rochers aux Amandes and came up with this rendition, which I call Chocolate Rocks. They couldn’t be easier to make, or more interesting to experiment with. Chocolate rocks are perfect for hiding things inside. A raisin. A hazelnut. Dried cherries or cranberries. Minced orange peel. Before you put the rocks in the refrigerator, you could sprinkle them with fleur de sel. Or roll them in grated coconut. Cinnamon dust. Star dust. Whatever you have. They are elegant enough for any dinner party. And just one goes very nicely on the saucer beside your coffee.
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Chocolate Ladybugs
There is nothing better than freshly picked strawberries, so when they’re in season, bring some home. They are not only sweet and delicious, but also loaded with immune-boosting vitamin C. Strawberries make a great snack on their own, or you can add a dose of antioxidants by making Chocolate Ladybugs, a low-fat treat that takes just minutes to create. We use semisweet chocolate chips to create the spots on our "bugs." See all chocolate recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Chocolate Soup
What to do with all of the bars of chocolate you were gifted this year? Sure, you can chew on them one by one, but what about drinking them with this scrumptiously self-indulgent dessert soup instead? The soup is like hot chocolate that’s so thick and rich that you need a spoon to eat it. It may not cure your cold, but it certainly will warm your heart.
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A delicious cocktail for a true chocoholic. This drink is great for holidays or a celebration of any kind.This recipe is courtesy of garnishwithalemon.com.
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Momofuku Milk Bar
An ode to my favorite baked good of all time, the fudgy brownie, this cookie has a healthy salt content and, to me, is perfection. I freeze a few of these in the dense heat of a New York summer for my lunch or afternoon snack.
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It's fun to say. They're fun to make. And, thanks to the chocolate, butterscotch, and peanut butter, they're even more fun to eat. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Cereal
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Chocolate Madeleines
These chocolate madeleines are a delicious take on the traditional vanilla or lemon ones. They might not trigger an involuntary memory, but they'll surely make you reach for seconds… or even thirds. See all cookie recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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