Ooey Gooey S'more
Summer desserts are often one of two things: frozen or cooked over a campfire. But who wants to fire up a whole campfire just for one s'more? Plus, s'mores should be enjoyed even on a normal weeknight. Here's how to make them from the comfort of your own kitchen.
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Chocolate Molten Lava Mug Cakes
Need the perfect dessert to satisfy your chocolate cravings? This mug cake recipe will fulfill all of your chocolate needs and more with a melty chocolate center. Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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Delicate and delicious, coconut macarons are a perfect gift or dessert for any holiday. For the ultimate precision, use a kitchen scale to measure out ingredients.This recipe is courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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This tart cherry icebox cake is a no-bake dessert with alternating layers of cherries, icing and graham crackers. Recipe courtesy of Chelsea Lords, provided by Choose Cherries. 
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Chocolate Coconut Eggs recipe - The Daily Meal
Homemade candy eggs are way better than what the Easter bunny has in his/her basket! Coconut, cream cheese and confectioners's sugar are rolled into egg shapes and then wrapped in a semisweet chocolate shell. These eggs are also delicious when dipped in white chocolate, too.This recipe is by Nancy Hammer of Coplay, Pennsylvania, and was originally published in The Morning Call.
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No-Bake Cherry Granola Bars
Nothing is better than a sweet that can double as dessert and breakfast. These cherry granola bars require no baking and can be made in less than one hour. Recipe courtesy of Choose Cherries
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Chuao Chocolatier
Sweetened with chocolate, brown sugar, and a bit of maple syrup, these cookies have a deep, rich flavor that could only get better with bacon. This recipe was contributed by Chuao Chocolatier.
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Candied orange peels are a delicious, fun and festive treat, and a great way to use a part of the fruit you'd normally toss in the trashcan.Editor's Note: It may seem weird, but you have to boil citrus peel (or really anything with a pith) a few times to remove the bitterness.This recipe is courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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Oven Baked Skillet S’mores
Is there ever really not a time that the essence of s’mores doesn’t seem appetizing? Possibly… but we like to throw out that disbelief with rules like "don’t wear white past Labor Day" or “wait 30 minutes after eating before swimming.” When the craving for this campfire indulgence hits, desperate times call for desperate measures — and we don’t pass judgment. This recipe was designed for times when you want a s’more, but don’t have access to a firepit or grill. Everything is baked in the oven and couldn’t be easier to prepare.
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Chocolate & Peanut Butter Covered Coffee Beans
I love coffee. Love it. Can't get enough of it. I love the smell, the taste, the culture, and the buzz. Similarly, I love peanut butter... for many of the same reasons. (Is there such a thing as peanut butter culture? There should be.) In the spirit of these two love affairs of mine, and as I sat one day eating chocolate-covered espresso beans, this idea came to me. This recipe isn't rocket science, but it's also not foolproof. It's delightfully homemade, it's messy, it wakes me up, and tastes amazing. See all chocolate recipes. Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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Fondue is always a fun activity for your family and friends. Here's an option for adults: you can add 2 teaspoons of Grand Marnier, kirsch, or cognac. 
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