Chocolate Lovers rejoice! From chocolate-covered cherry recipes to delicious fondues, view 38 delectable treats that ooze with irresistible sweetness.
Brownies could never truly be called health food. But Purple Puree gives them a little less fat and a bit more nutrition.
Why bake a chocolate cake in a slow cooker? It's a fun novelty, and kids love the whole idea.
At last, proof positive that you can have your cake and eat it too. Mary Ward, from Manlius, New York, says this easy recipe is a favorite summertime treat--and a delicious way to combat the inevitable proliferation of zucchini in her garden.
Cookies, chocolate, and marshmallows -- no one could ask for a better combination.
This sinfully delicious treat has two kinds of chocolate for double the yumminess.
When wrapped and tied with a ribbon, these fudgelike brownies--with their cheerful layer of mint frosting--look like a pretty, edible package.
If your child's tongue-tied when it comes to expressing his feelings, let this microwave fudge do the talking.
This classic devil's food recipe makes a moist, rich cake perfect for a chocolate-lover's birthday party. Our kid testers found the batter easy to mix and particularly enjoyed stacking and frosting the cake layers.
Buttery shortbread, a layer of toffee, and chocolate topping make these cookie bars a favorite sweet among families in Ireland. Invite your kids to help make a batch for a special St. Patrick's Day snack.
This sweet dessert is quick and easy to assemble, and everyone will enjoy skewering their own selection of fruits and dipping them into the melted chocolate.
This deliciously simple chocolate confection is quick to create and easy to mass-produce. Best of all, it's fun for kids to make -- and eat!
Peppermint extract and chocolate chips -- both white and semisweet -- give this melt-in-your-mouth candy a familiar after-dinner-mint flavor.
You'll be nuts about these moist and fudgy creations, a great holiday treat.
Kids will have a ball making these rich treats.
Customizing these candies is a snap. Just choose the nuts -- either macadamias or pecans -- then blend them with toasted coconut and the chocolate of your choice.
You can't go wrong with this chocolaty dessert sauce. Marshmallow cream lends it a light yet slightly thick consistency that's perfect for covering fresh fruits, crackers, pretzels, and cookies.
Use a pastry or plastic bag to squeeze the soft dough into batons. Once baked, the cookies are dipped in melted chocolate and rolled in sprinkles.
Chocolate chips give this classic bread an especially nice touch. The addition of yogurt makes this favorite especially moist and delicious!
A delicious blend of salty and sweet makes these white chocolate peanut butter balls taste as good as they look.
Here's a pumpkin pie that will get rave reviews for both taste and appearance. It takes a bit longer to make -- but it's well worth it.
These quick and easy-to-make brownies require only a few ingredients. The best part, however, is that they are delicious. Perfect for chocolate lovers.
A wise choice for cookie-lovers. For generations, kids have been getting a hoot out of these sweet owl treats. They're great to make for a bake sale or school party.
Get the best of two classics with this two-in-one recipe. Crisp on the outside and chewy within, this cookie is buttery and chocolaty, but not too sweet.
Unlike cakes that go into the pan as a single batter, this one has two additional layers: a sugary cocoa topping, followed by a generous puddle of boiling water. As the cake bakes, the water heads south to form a chocolaty pudding at the bottom.
Ask any birthday buccaneer if he wants a piece of this swashbuckling cake, and you'll get a resounding, "Aye, matey!" Surround it with chocolate coins for an even more treasured treat.
Sarah Phillips, author of "The Healthy Oven Baking Book" and founder of baking911.com, tweaked an old family brownie recipe and came up with a moist, chocolaty treat with less fat and sugar than the typical version.
This old-time recipe makes a great primer for young holiday-cookie makers, since there's no baking involved.
Package all the fixings for hot cocoa in this festive cone, a great holiday gift for babysitters, teachers, and neighbors.
Baking these cookies has been a holiday tradition for Claudia Wardius since childhood.
Bake your favorite chocolate cake batter in individual mugs for a warming winter dessert.
The perfect choice for a kid obsessed with all things Jurassic, this dino-mite cake features chocolate graham cracker dirt and sugar cookie bones.
The centers of these moist, delectable treats ooze with irresistible sweetness.
Gooey and packed with chocolate, brownies are always a big hit with kids.
Baking a batch of these lightly spiced brownies is a great way to celebrate the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo (May 5).
A plate of these very moist, rich chocolate bars won't last long after school — especially when accompanied by tall glasses of milk.
These little chocolate guys make a fun holiday treat, especially when paired with a mouse-related holiday book, such as "The Night Before Christmas," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!," or "The Nutcracker."
January is Oatmeal Month, and this cookie recipe makes delicious use of the good-for-you grain.
We think your neighbors will certainly agree: These extra-chocolaty fudge hearts are best when shared. But don't forget to save a few for yourself.
Chocolate Mud Cake
Chocolate Zucchini Cake
Mint Chocolate Bark
Chocolate Mint Brownies
Conversation Heart Fudge
Chocolate Birthday Cake
Fresh Fruit Fondue with Chocolate Sauce
Chocolate Cookie Bark
Mint Chocolate Bark
Walnut Brownie Cookies
Peanut Butter Buckeyes
Crunchy Nut Clusters
Chocolate Marshmallow Fondue
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
White Chocolate Snowballs
Triple-layer Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
Brownies in a Hurry
Hoot Owl Treats
Chocolate-chip Oatmeal Cookies
Double-chocolate Pudding Cake
Pirate Hat Cake
A Better Brownie
Chocolate Granola Clusters
Hot Chocolate Cones
Hot Chocolate Mug Cakes
Dinosaur Dig Site Cake
Chocolate Lava Cakes
Mexican Cinnamon Brownies
Chocolate Cherry Mice
Marbled Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies