When you think of dessert, odds are you think of chocolate. Beyond candy bars and chocolate chip cookies, this decadent ingredient is used for dozens of beloved sweets, from cakes to pies to mousses, brownie recipes, fudge and more. Looking for something rich and chocolatey to satisfy your cravings? Look no further than these 15 swoon-worthy chocolate dessert recipes.
Fruit dipped in chocolate is an easy way to make any evening just a little bit romantic. The fun thing about this easy homemade chocolate covered strawberries recipe is that you can customize them with any kind of chocolate and toppings you’d like.
Who can resist a classic like chocolate chip cookies? Brown butter adds a nutty note to this childhood favorite, elevating the baked good.
If chocolate isn’t enough decadence for you, consider making an alcohol-infused dessert. This easy chocolate cupcake recipe uses bourbon and coffee liqueur for depth of flavor (and a little punch!).
This plant-based dessert is the perfect thing to make for the vegetarian in your life. This mousse uses aquafaba (the water from canned chickpeas) instead of egg whites, which results in a smoother-than-silk texture.
Nope, that’s not a typo. These brownies are so rich and full of chocolaty goodness that it needs to be stated twice in the name.
Rich flourless chocolate cake is one of the most iconic desserts around, and the fact that it’s gluten-free is just a bonus.
Lots of cream, eggs and butter give this chocolate chess pie recipe an air of decadence and a creamy, dreamy texture.
Don’t feel like baking a dessert all the way from scratch? Use a Devil's Food cake mix to make this Mexican-inspired chocoflan.
If you prefer to drink your dessert, this frozen Mexican hot chocolate is the twist on a classic cocoa that you need in your life.
A chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and a white chocolate glaze? Uhh, need we say more?
A classic, silky dark chocolate French tart complete with a chocolate crust is going to be the perfect end to any meal. This takes some time and technique, but once you get the knack, you’ll be able to tackle this and more impressive desserts.
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