A fun snack for kids, and healthier than junk food, these crunchy sweet treats are easy and inexpensive to make. Roll them in cellophane and tie with ribbon for the perfect gift.
Lush strawberries and dark chocolate complement each other perfectly, and this elegant confection is surprisingly easy to make at home. Roll in sprinkles, coconut or chopped nuts for even more deliciousness.
These taste just like chocolate cupcakes! Like good chocolate cupcakes! They're super-chocolatey and almost obscenely moist--like the cake mix with the pudding in it, in a good way. Plus, it's a great way to use up a glut of squash!
Yummy fruit makes for the perfect chocolate delivery system in this fun and super-easy dessert, which you can pull together in a mere 20 minutes.
The dense, rich flavor of this homemade cake will capture the hearts of chocolate lovers everywhere. You can top it with your favorite frosting recipe, though a simple dusting of powdered sugar is all the extra sweetness it needs.
A devil's food cake mix and simple fudgy frosting result in these double-chocolate sandwich cookies that look store-bought, but taste so much better for being freshly homemade.
The perfect gift for any occasion or holiday, these yummy chocolate candy pops are super easy to make, and even more delicious to eat.
These strawberries dipped in pink chocolate are the perfect treat at a fairy-themed birthday party.
Deep, dark chocolate finds the perfect partner in the citrus-y zest of these cookies. Serve with mugs of hot, steaming tea or rich hot chocolate for double the pleasure.
Not just an item at your local latte shop, these super-chocolatey treats are surprisingly easy to make at home. Serve with hot cups of java, or wrap up prettily with a bow as a special gift.
Forget those powdery mixes. This is homemade hot cocoa the way Grandma used to make it -- rich, creamy, and unforgettable.
I have a theory about children and desserts: the more sweet items crammed into one recipe, the better they like it.
A flavor pairing that's unique and utterly delicious -- and sure to please your most ardent white chocolate fans. Citrusy orange balances any sugary sweetness, and when coated in nuts, these morsels are pure decadence.
Crushed candy topping provides the "glitz" in these voluptuous chocolate puddings. Try crushed pistachios or other nuts for an equally delicious combination.
These rich, no-bake morsels are utterly decadent and packed with chocolate-y flavor. Make the night before so they have time to properly set, then unveil and impress your guests.
Coconut, pecans and rich chocolate transform these cookies into chewy, delectable nuggets that taste just like their namesake cake. Proudly serve to your guests, and be prepared for recipe requests!
These mini brownies pair the classic combination of chocolate and orange to delicious effect. The perfect bite-sized treat for little ones, adults will also gobble them up -- so set some aside for the younger set.
Deep, fudgy flavor is king in this nearly flourless cake. Simple to make, it'll look and taste fresh off the bakery shelf. But you can have this elegant treat ready to serve in just one hour.
The ultimate breakfast food for a special occasion (think Valentine's or Mother's Day), these yummy pastries are the perfect start to a chocolate-lover's morning.
These are layered and luscious -- so rich that I only make one pan -- although, you know the kids would like a pan each.
These homemade brownies will become a staple in your household, with their lovely, crisp top giving way to super-moist, fudgy chocolate inside. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for extra decadence.
Homemade chocolate ice cream is special enough, but as a filling in this lush, nutty pie it's superb. Don't be daunted by notions of old-fashioned ice cream-churning -- this scrumptious mix chills right in the shell.
This super-simple recipe gives you all the flavor of old-fashioned homemade fudge, with a mere ten minutes of prep. Leave out the nuts if you have chocolate lover's who'll object, or add mini-marshmallows for an extra-sweet surprise.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a much-loved combination, and these easy, no-bake bars get extra yummy-ness from both. Make a batch at the beginning of the week for special after-school treats or simple weeknight desserts.
A plate of these very moist, rich chocolate bars won't last long after school — especially when accompanied by tall glasses of milk.
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