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Light, fluffy, and decadently chocolaty, this dessert is a little taste of heaven.
Flan Imposible (Impossible Chocolate Flan)
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These fudgy swirled brownies are made creamy by the addition of cream cheese.
This classic eastern European dessert is the ultimate coffee-break indulgence.
Dallas chef Stephan Pyles's rich, multilayered dessert of angel food and devil's food cake, peanut butter mousse, and milk chocolate ganache is out of this world!
When making this dessert, we found that darker, Dutch-process cocoa powder makes for a more flavorful, cookie-like crust.
Instead of just drinking eggnog, we also sometimes fold it into a cream tart for dessert.
We adapted this recipe from Jean-Georges: Cooking at Home with a Four-Star Chef by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Mark Bittman.
This dessert comes from the cookbook The Eating in Bed Cookbook (MacMillian, 1962). It is a voluptuous chocolate pudding, perfect for eating in the privacy of your own bed.
Based on a recipe in Peter Greweling's Chocolates and Confections (Wiley, 2010), these candies taste best with a pinch of sea salt sprinkled on top.
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A Sicilian favorite, this rich dessert is creamy, cool, and wonderfully satisfying. We like to pair it with Pistachio Gelato.
Like Malta itself, this dessert is a flavorful mix of cultures, sweetness, and spice.
This turtle candy–like pie is made with bourbon and chocolate for a delicious departure from everyday pecan pie.
This German dessert got it right by combining two of our favorite ingredients—chocolate and cherries!
Bigelow opened Fran’s Chocolates in Seattle in 1982 and is an artisanal-chocolate pioneer. Her chocolates are made from an array of international beans.
Cocoa powder gives SAVEUR staffer Krystal Stone's iced brownies a concentrated flavor.
The recipe for this fondant-centered candy is based on one in the Candy Cookbook by Mildred Brand.
Rich, chewy and oh-so-delicious, these bars put convenience store candies to shame.
This decadent cake has eight layers—each with a sprinkling of powdered peanut butter cups.
Chocolate Brandy Hazelnut Torte