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Top Rated Chocolate Recipes

Healthy and protein rich dessert to satisfy your sweet cravings 
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milkshake
Strawberries and chocolate are a classic combination. The fresh, clean nature of strawberries marries perfectly with the complex richness of the chocolate.  This recipe is courtesy of Lindt 
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4.5

macaroons
Chocolate cereal combined with shredded coconut puts a fun twist on the classic macaroon.
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4.5

Make this easy sweet treat a day or two ahead. After the chocolate has set, simply store the matzoh bark in an airtight container at room temperature until ready to serve.
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Mexican Popcorn
You’ll be surprised by how addictive this spicy and sweet popcorn is. It’s a perfect snack for every movie night in.This recipe is courtesy of Macheesmo.
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Chocolate Drink
This nutty-flavored beverage is sure to cure your sweet tooth and please your guests.This recipe is courtesy of Yummy.
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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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These days, it's very common to see a sweet ingredient most usually found in a dessert worked into an earlier course. This recipe flips that concept on its backside, adding spicy wasabi peas as a crumb topping to delicious chocolate brownies. 
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The secret to David Burke's baked Alaska recipe is a little Kahlúa in the ice cream.
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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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If you’re one of those moms who sends their kids to school on their birthday with a box of store-bought cupcakes, those days are over. With a recipe that is as easy as Honey Maid’s Easy Chocolate Éclair Squares, you can kiss the days of store-bought sadness goodbye. Both cost-efficient and super simple to make, kids will be licking their fingers on their way to grabbing seconds.
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No really, it's awesome: Executive chef Andrew Cooper at the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe created this spicy variation of hot chocolate. 
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