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Bittersweet dark chocolate is a king among chocolate-lovers. Take the rich treat one step further and include it in your next chocolate dessert. From quick and simple to elegant and showstopping, these dark chocolate dessert recipes are right for any night.
Dark chocolate and raspberries are a classic combination in dessert recipes, and for good reason: The bright, juicy berries balance the richness of dark chocolate. A topping of smooth chocolate truffle icing leaves you no choice but to indulge.
Whipping up a batch of this silky chocolate ganache is super simple to do. Just follow our step-by-step secrets to success.
Mounds of swirly marshmallow creme add sticky sweetness to these caramely dulce de leche bars. The dark chocolate dessert gets a delightfully crunchy finish with a sprinkling of toasted pecans.
Dip chilly pops in melty white or dark chocolate for an even more indulgent dessert. We love dark chocolate because it's rich in antioxidants.
Drippy chocolate adds delicious decoration to any sweet treat. We'll help you select the best chocolate for melting with our Test Kitchen tips.
It's hard to believe that decadent, melt-in-your-mouth flan requires only sugar, milk, and eggs. We infused our recipe with chocolate and cinnamon and topped it with gold leaf, making it the perfect chocolate dessert for a special occasion.
Cocoa-infused ricotta and chocolate cannoli shells take the classic Italian dessert to the dark side. Speed up the preparation by using purchased cannoli shells (available at Italian food stores and large supermarkets).
There's something comforting about having chocolate desserts tucked in the freezer. This homemade gelato is the perfect treat to have on hand. When each creamy, dark chocolate-filled bite tastes this dreamy, there's no limiting the number of scoops.
Win hearts with the rich combination of cocoa powder and melted dark chocolate in our moist cake recipe. The chocolate dessert goes over the top with the addition of sweet coconut filling.
Attention, all chocolate-lovers! Want to know the secret to these fluffy chocolate cupcakes? It's all in the frosting. We've laced ours with creme de cacao, a French chocolate liquer that lends dessert recipes a warm, rich flavor.
These divine minis are as cute as a cupcake! Warm Kahlua, a coffee-flavor liqueur, and chopped coffee beans join dark chocolate to make these rich bite-size chocolate desserts. We dare you to eat just one.
Pecan-flecked dark chocolate brownies are even better when topped with melted chocolate and a tempting drizzle of caramel. Try this dessert recipe for a sweet finish at your next dinner party.
The bold flavors of cloves, molasses, and bittersweet chocolate create a sweet and spicy balance in this gingerbreadlike chocolate dessert. The smooth chocolate glaze puts this dessert recipe over the top.
What better to top your bowl of creamy ice cream than homemade hot fudge sauce? We made ours with dark chocolate and real whipped cream to achieve a deeply rich, creamy sweetness. Bonus: If your taste buds are more adventurous, try our amaretto, espresso, and peanut butter variations.
A whisper of cinnamon adds an undercurrent of scrumptious mystery to these seriously chocolaty brownies. Warning: They will practically beg to be eaten alongside a glass of milk.
Rich, moist chocolate cake is an ultimate dessert, and this is our favorite recipe. The dark chocolate cake is made even more delicious by our classic Chocolate-Sour Cream Frosting.
These chocolaty bars have three luscious layers -- one nutty and chewy, another thick and fudgy, and one smooth and creamy. In short, it's the perfect dessert recipe any time you need a treat.