Because it's baked and served in the same pan, this easy Red Velvet cake is ideal for bringing along to a picnic or bbq.
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A workhorse pudding that's packed with dark chocolate flavor but doesn't require much fuss in the kitchen.
Chocolate chip cookies get a salty crunch from potato chips.
New Orleans may be best known around these parts for beignets and King Cake, but when it comes time to celebrate your birthday in the Big Easy, it's the Doberge Cake (that's pronounced DOUGH-bash for the folks at home), a layered cake with lemon and chocolate that steals the show.
We all know the best way to eat a chocolate chip cookie is while it's warm. Have a whole slice of it with this gooey tart.
Vosges Haut Chocolat's bianca white hot chocolate inspired this ridiculously addictive concoction scented with kaffir lime leaf, lemongrass, and lavender.
This recipe is based on the classic Hello Dolly/7-Layer Bar/Magic Square recipe which traditionally includes a butter and graham cracker crumb crust topped with sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, and nuts. But play around—the form is perfect for customization.
Cooked eggs enrich a thick layer of creamy chocolate mousse set between two layers of chocolate cake that's draped in ganache. It doesn't get any more decadent than this.
Hot chocolate becomes cake in this recipe that incorporates moist chocolate cake, marshmallow whipped cream, and hot chocolate sauce.
These decadent brownies have three layers of peanut butter: a peanut butter brownie base, peanut butter chocolate frosting, and a peanut butter chocolate ganache.
Chocolate does double duty in these crunchy shortbread cookies sandwiched with a creamy and decadent dark chocolate ganache.
Crunchy cornflakes coat these buttery french toast sandwiches stuffed with oozy chocolate-hazelnut Nutella and fresh banana.
This classic Indian dessert of cakey doughnut-like balls drenched in sweet syrup gets a twist with grated bittersweet chocolate.
If Candy Bar salad sounds like some sort of new fangled concoction, think again! Candy Bar Salad has been kicking around since at least 1926 as this Ladies Home Journal advertorial for Oh Henry! candy bars shows. In this adaptation I've pared it down to the basics: tart Granny Smith apple slices, Snickers pieces, caramel drizzle, and homemade whipped cream—no lettuce leaves, mayo or Cool Whip required!
This pie is every peanut butter and chocolate lover's dream. A crumbly, chocolate cookie crust cradles smooth and dense peanut butter filling, which is covered with a generous layer of dark chocolate ganache. It's an adult version of the candy classic, and big enough to treat lots of friends.
A parade of chili-chocolate ganache spiders have got enough kick for a serious bite.
Spider web-decorated cupcakes with a chocolate cheesecake base.
The beauty of this recipe is the simplicity: chips + melted chocolate = gooood. You can customize it to you taste—don't like dark chocolate? Use milk chocolate instead! Use your favorite brand of chocolate or whatever you have on hand. If you love intensely dark chocolate like I do, consider splurging for the good stuff.
Gingerbread cupcakes get a twist with the addition of cocoa, and it's all topped with an indulgent white chocolate cream cheese frosting.
A velvety chocolate cake is rolled up with vanilla whipped cream and then swathed in glossy ganache.