Delicious Chocolate Recipes from Honest Cooking
There are those moments we just give in, indulge, and never say a thing. This recipe also has a little secret of its own, and between you and this cake, no one will ever know…
Have as a decadent breakfast or a high tea time treat. Scones are the quintessential English indulgence.
Chunky but creamy, rich but light. Silky, earthy, and luxurious all in one bite. Did we mention that it’s gluten-free and vegan? This recipe gets a high-five.
Not too sweet, this rich dark chocolate hot cocoa is meant to be reminiscent of the unsweetened chocolate drink of the Aztecs.
Made with frothed nondairy milk, like soy or almond, this rich hot chocolate is boosted with superfood maca for a malty flavor and a jolt of energy.
A rich, decadent chocolate pie that can be made ahead and in no time at all is just the recipe we need on a busy weeknight. Get your chocolate fix.
These no-bake brownies are so easy to make and packed with nutrients and a topping of rich ganache.
Scones are filled with dark chocolate chunks, fresh cranberries, and drizzled with an easy vanilla icing.
A soft chocolate cake is layered and coated with buttery chocolate frosting and drenched in white chocolate for a rich taste and look.
Easily make rich milk chocolate candies with crunchy peanuts without having to temper your chocolate. Read on for the trick.
Bake pillowy, sweet brioche rolls with a chocolate orange filling in the morning and topped with orange glaze. Perfect for holiday brunch.
A soft carrot cake is filled with nuts, made with whole wheat flour, and topped with a rich chocolate ganache for a new, sophisticated take on a classic.
Chocolate bark with orange chips and nuts is a lovely edible gift for friends, neighbors, and coworkers, so go ahead and make several batches.
A chocolate vodka cake is enrobed in a festive peppermint white chocolate frosting. It’s rich, decadent and perfect for your holiday table.
Coconut oil and coconut cream affords these vegan dark chocolate treats all the creamy deliciousness of regular fudge, but without the dairy.
Salted dark chocolate fudge with macadamia nuts is a rich combo, not too sweet. Make in minutes with only 5 ingredients, and satisfies chocolate cravings.
This gluten free lava cake is loaded with a rich, oozing whiskey caramel sauce that emerges to mingle with the deep chocolate and pecans.
Created for chocolate lovers, this soft cake is filled with chocolate chunks, topped with chocolate crumble, and drizzled with more smooth, rich chocolate.
Dare we say these snickers cups taste better than the candy? Plus, the caramel in this dessert is made of an innovative sweet date paste.
With just three simple ingredients, you can create a rich, but dairy-free, chocolate sorbet that is sure to cool you down and satisfy your cocoa cravings.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Double Fudge Brownies are rich, fudge-y, have a spicy kick, and an interesting secret ingredient.
A rich, decadent cake, made without dairy, that has the power to satisfy any hardcore chocolate lover.
A classy breakfast or dessert treat with grown-up amaretto flavor and a hint of espresso. These baked donuts are perfect to make on a relaxing morning.
Can a gluten-free cake be anything special? We can say with confidence, it sure can.
A totally flourless, dense cake with peanut butter icing and a decadent chocolate ganache – made even better with raspberries and bananas.
Wine and chocolate are a perfect pair and the addition of wine brings great texture to the cake, too. Top with ganache spiked with rum for a rich combo.
Using brown sugar, this mousse has a fun caramel flavor with an extra egg white for a light, airy texture. You can’t go wrong with a great chocolate mousse.
A sky-high cake with of six layers of moist chocolate cake, six layers of luxuriously chocolate mousse, and a finale of chocolate ganache.
Chocolate and untraditional flour, these soft brownies are rich, but light in texture. With hints of cocoa and earthy flavor, teff is a natural addition.
Slightly bitter chocolate is sweetened with fluffy marshmallows and crunchy roasted almonds. But let’s not forget the secret ingredient— espresso powder.
Chocolate and chestnuts combine for an alternative Yule Log that makes a delicious dessert with a beautiful presentation.
An easy, no-bake holiday treat that is perfect to take to parties and bursting with cranberry, orange, and hazelnut flavors.
Velvety smooth dark chocolate with crunchy toffee bits and sea salt. It comes together in minutes with only five ingredients and is guaranteed to be a hit.
Chocolate with rum and caramel is bound to make a day amazing. Bite into one, the dark chocolate snaps and lets a pool of rich rum caramel loose.
Zucchini adds moisture and texture to this chocolate-loaded cake with a tang of yogurt. Fold in chocolate chips to create a simple and indulgent dessert.
Food is about sharing and so is this buttery, rich cake topped with cinnamon and chocolate chips. Serve with a cup of coffee or a glass of milk.
Made with coconut oil, these rich peanut butter cups are a fun treat to create and then pop into your mouth all week long.
Hearty banana pancake batter is mixed with coconut oil and flakes for rich flavor and then doused in sticky-sweet chocolate caramel sauce.
A sumptuous cake for a special occasion, especially if you choose to spike it with marsala wine.
Smooth, melt in your mouth dark chocolates are not too sweet and linger with a flavors of Earl Grey tea and a hint of honey.
A quick and tasty idea for a delicious dessert to be prepared only with a good chocolate and a few drops of rum or other dessert wine.
If you can’t get enough of the chocolate and peanut butter combo, this is for you. Chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting and ganache.
A cake that releases all the essences of dark chocolate and cocoa of good quality. It’s perfect for an early autumn afternoon, accompanied by a hot drink.
Ideal to satisfy a chocolate craving with a twist, amaretto spruces up the frosting and the batter for a seriously special dessert.
Truffles are a gift from the chocolate gods that we simply cannot get enough of. These are our 8 favorite recipes for these lovely bites of sin.
These brownies are gluten-free and too good to be true and you don’t even have to turn on the oven to get your chocolate fix.
Take the iconic classic and make it yours.This is a four ingredient recipe. Yes, 4 ingredients. And no bake time. It’s so easy, it’s almost cheating.
What’s better than a slice of this chewy, chocolate tart? We aren’t sure, but we do know the walnuts add some crunch to make this dessert sinfully rich.
An indulgent brownie for adults and also a perfect sweet treat for children. These brownies are moist and flavorful with the addition of buttermilk and a icing to top them.
For an indulgent start to your day, try these rich chocolate waffle studded with more chocolate chips.
This vegan fudge is made with coconut dulce de leche, cocoa, raspberries, walnuts and rum making them simply irresistible.
Classic, silky, rich chocolate pie with a flaky butter crust.
Full of antioxidants, matcha green tea chocolates are delicious, too.
Two ingredients and 5 minutes later, you will be eating an amazingly rich Chocolate Mousse, guilt free.
Vegan chocolate tarts topped with a taunting salted caramel.
Strawberries and balsamic vinegar cozy up to each other in this fudgy brownie stand out.