Top Rated Chocolate Recipes

Made with fresh, all-natural chocolates from Lake Champlain Chocolates, this cake could be considered the ultimate because of its taste and sustainable ingredients. 
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Chocolate Negroni
It may sound like an odd combination, but actually, the pairing of chocolate and orange (the traditional Negroni garnish) is a very strong one. This take on the classic drink combines Plymouth gin, Punt e Mes vermouth (very bold, spicy, and rich), Campari, and a whisper each of white crème de cacao and chocolate mole bitters.
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Chocolate Cookie Milkshake
Blending vanilla ice cream with chocolate chip cookies is obviously the best thing to do with your ice cream this summer.This recipe is courtesy of Food.com.
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4.5

peanut butter balls
Simple, health-conscious, and addicting, this Peanut Butter Chocolate Bites recipe will leave you wanting more and more.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
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Chocolate Almond Butter
A chocolatey take on popular almond butter, homemade chocolate almond butter spread is easy to make and a great alternative to chocolate hazelnut spread. Use this sweet nut butter on toast or use it as a filling for a chocolate pie. This recipe comes from Nut Butters by Mary Loudermilk.
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Their pastries are featured in magazines from Southern Living to Us Weekly, the shop's executive pastry chef, Tariq Hanna, was named one of the top 10 in America, Oprah raves about their macarons... and we can’t help but be addicted to their delicious hot chocolate. Their packaged varieties of drinking chocolates — Extra Dark and Peppermint Stick — rise above the average powdered mix, tasting café-prepared in a matter of minutes by adding hot milk and marshmallows. Our real obsession, though, is their in-shop-only White Chocolate Lavender drink. Made with warm milk, white chocolate, and blue lavender, this therapeutic beverage is sweet but light, making every winter day feel as calm as it should. Try this drink on your own with chef Hanna’s exclusive recipe.  
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Easy Chocolate Truffles
There’s no denying it. Chocolate truffles are amazing. And, it’s easy to make your own. You only need a handful of ingredients to produce creamy chocolate bonbons in just a few simple steps.Click here for more of our best candy recipes.
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Frozen Chocolate Bananas
There is something very satisfying about a recipe that uses only two ingredients. And when one of those ingredients is chocolate, you're sure to have a crowd-pleaser on your hands. Frozen bananas have a great texture and they are an excellent substitute for overprocessed, store-bought popsicles. These do require a bit of forward planning because it's best to use silicone molds, but if you don't want to take it that far, you can always take out a step and just dip halved bananas. The key to this recipe is fun: Melted chocolate is fun, mashing bananas is fun, and eating such a delectable treat on a stick is certainly fun. It doesn't hurt that it's delicious, too. Click here to see Bananas, Bananas Everywhere. Click here to see the How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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3.5

So this is the chocolate soufflé recipe you’ve all been waiting for, but it’s a bit more like a flourless chocolate cake than a soufflé. It doesn’t give a whole lot of height like a traditional soufflé would, primarily because the ratio of egg whites to the volume of the chocolate base is low. But alas, what comes up must come down, and most towering soufflés do indeed collapse by the time you set them in front of your guests — which is why I like these less fancy little things. They’re denser and more chocolate-y and if you take them out at just the right moment, they’re a little gooey in the middle in the best possible way. They don’t rise as tall, but I think you’ll love them anyway.
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When I first proposed this recipe to my mother, she was more shocked about me choosing to use steak instead of ground beef than the mention of chocolate. She merely batted an eyelash at the latter. While unconventional and strange, both the steak and chocolate make this chili a rich and flavorful stew that convinced my mother that steak has a place in chili, too. Because it reminded us of a Latin-inspired beef stew, we served it over mashed potatoes. Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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Chocolate Hazelnut Pie
Here's a rich chocolate pie flavored with hazelnuts and Frangelico hazelnut liqueur. I chose to use a combination of both dark chocolate and white chocolate — the result was lighter but still with the richer taste of dark chocolate; sort of perfect actually.See all pie recipes.
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Microwaved Warm Chocolate Cake
Here's a great no-bake recipe for warm chocolate cake. Just 80 seconds in the microwave takes the batter from raw to cake. That's a lot faster than popping a cake in the oven, that's for sure. An easy chocolate-Chambord sauce is the icing (or rather, the sauce) on the cake. Irresistible! See all chocolate recipes.
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2.5