The Best Chocolatey Recipes from The Kitchen

Cake, cookies, brownies, pudding and fondue — it's all waiting for you in these decadent chocolate dessert recipes.

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Flourless Chocolate Almond Cake

You won't miss the flour in this fan-favorite cinnamon-laced cake, which features a surprise ingredient — quinoa — for added substance. Katie drizzles the cake with a simple ganache of semisweet chocolate and coconut milk, and finishes it with fresh raspberries, before serving.

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Dark Chocolate Pudding

Cool and creamy, Geoffrey Zakarian's easy chocolate pudding is best topped with whipped sour cream, which offers a welcome tangy balance to the sweetness of the chocolate.

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Black Forest Cake

Follow Katie Lee's lead and start with a chocolate cake mix to make her towering dessert, boasting four cake layers stacked with almond-scented whipped cream and spiked cherries.

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Chocolate Sauce for Ice Cream

It takes only three ingredients to make Marcela Valladolid's quick-fix sauce. She opts for a mix of bittersweet and milk chocolates for a balance in taste. Since this sauce can be kept for up to a week, it's easy to prep in advance for when you need it.

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Chocolate-Covered Apple Slices

Think beyond chocolate-covered strawberries with these fuss-free chocolate treats starring crisp apples. Adorn them with chopped peanuts and shredded coconut for an easy yet impressive finish.

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Chocolate Stout Bundt Cake

With its subtly chocolatey character, stout beer rounds out the flavor in Marcela's wow-worthy chocolate cake, which she drizzles with a rich, creamy chocolate sauce before serving.

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Elsa's Brownies

Skip the boxed stuff and opt for these from-scratch beauties featuring a moist, fudgy center.

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Sunny's Easy S'mores Truffles

Re-create the campfire classic indoors with this top-rated recipe for two-bite truffles. These easy chocolate balls are rolled in a mixture of crushed graham crackers and charred marshmallows for the flavor combo you crave.

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

"I like to use the big chocolate chips, not the little ones, 'cause I like big bites of chocolate," Katie explains of her choice of chips for her tried-and-true cookies.

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No-Bake Cow Pile Cookies

Don't let the name fool you; Katie's peanut butter-cocoa cookies are pure sweet decadence. These buttery beauties get their heft from old-fashioned rolled oats. 

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S'mauros: Skillet S'mores

With a chocolate center, a topping of gooey marshmallow and crunchy walnuts, and graham cracker dippers, this 5-star dessert dip reimagines the summertime cookout treat.

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Flourless Chocolate Cake

Five ingredients and 35 minutes — that's all you'll need to turn out these individual-serving cakes.

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Dark Chocolate Mousse

Fluffy whipped cream adds an airy lightness to GZ's rich mousse. It's best to let the mousse chill for a few hours before serving, so be sure to plan ahead if you're prepping for a party.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Fondue

Much like peanut butter and jelly, and spaghetti and meatballs, chocolate and peanut butter are simply better together. And this decadent duo stars in a creamy fondue, which comes together in just 10 quick minutes.

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