Made from the best bittersweet chocolate you can find, these mini souffles from David Lebovitz are an elegant end to dinner.
No, you can’t taste the sauerkraut in this recipe from bakers David Lebovitz and Maida Heatter. Honest. We swear.
A popular ingredient in many confections, candied orange peel is also delicious eaten plain or dipped in chocolate.
Just one sip of this creamy icy blend of chocolatey goodness will make you want to blow bubbles through your straw. A crown of whipped cream is the final touch.
Mascarpone cheese, whipped cream, and thin slices of pound cake make up this Italian torte that sits on a puddle of espresso sauce.
Tuile is the French word for tile. Here, a chocolate-nut mixture is draped over a rolling pin to give these confections a curve that resembles a roof tile.
Rich, dark, fudgy, and, yes, sinful, these brownies are studded with chopped pecans and are perfect for Passover, as they don’t use and leavening.
A dark pudding-like chocolate cake flavored with espresso and hazelnut liqueur and studded with chopped hazelnuts is topped with a bittersweet chocolate glaze.
An ooey, gooey chocolate cake filled with chocolate and chopped pecans is topped with an equally oozing layer of buttery sweet goodness.
The bitter, coffee-like flavor of stout marries beautifully with dark chocolate in this ultra-moist, slightly earthy cake, giving it a distinctive flavor.
Mmmm. Mocha chocolate cake slathered with an Irish whiskey-laced chocolate icing. A decadent, grown-up cake if ever there was one.
It doesn’t get much chocolate-y than this chilled dessert. Bittersweet chocolate, eggs, butter, and Cognac are beaten than lightened with whipped egg whites.
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