It doesn't matter who you are — everyone deserves chocolate. If you've had a good day: chocolate. If you've had a terrible day: chocolate. It's our go-to treat for a reason.
With one bite, we're transported back to our first time around a campfire, a special birthday, or sharing a snack with siblings. Whether you enjoy creamy milk chocolate or snappy dark chocolate, these desserts are enough to make anyone get weak in the knees.
Go on, you deserve it. Treat yo' self.
Chocolate Cherry Cake
This classic combo is calling out for a big glass of milk and a fork. Sharing? We won't tell if you don't.
Chocolate Strawberry Tart
The ultimate in decadance, just a small sliver will take you to chocolate nirvana.
Chocolate Cinnamon Bread
This copycat of Starbucks' popular bread is so good at breakfast, and again with your afternoon tea!
These cookies make it easy to eat one after another after another. (Make a double batch for sneaking later.)
Chocolate Caramel Corn Cupcakes
Cruncy popcorn on top of cupcakes? All we can say is, More!
Chocolate Chip Donuts
Come on, you know you want the chocolate donuts anyway. Go for it.
Grated Chocolate Cake
This cake uses grated chocolate in the batter for bursts of flavor in each bite. More, please!
Raise your hand if you want chocolate for breakfast!
Gluten Free Chocolate Cookie
Gluten free friends deserve chocolate too, and these cookies can't be beat.
Hot Chocolate Cheesecake
All the comforting goodness of hot chocolate in cheesecake form. Who needs winter when we have this?
Chocolate Chip Shortbread Brownies
Layers of chocolate flavor are almost more than we can handle. Can you?
Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownies
Peanut butter and chocolate were made for each other, and find bliss together in these brownies.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Bread
Get things spicy with this bread that is excellent with an afternoon cuppa.
You want brownies anyway, so why not make them a little healthier?
This cake is what chocolate dreams are made of. Caffeinated, chocolate dreams.
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