Chocolate Recipe Collection of Your Chip Cookie, Cake, Fondue, Mousse, Frosting, Hot Chocolate and Cheesecake

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The Key Ingredient In Any Chocolate Recipe

Chocolate is one of the most loved and general flavorings in cooking today. Especially loved by kids, chocolate is used in a good number of recipes which include cakes, hot and cold desserts, cookies, muffins, donuts, bar candies, pancakes, biscuits, pretzels, gateaux, confectionery and as a coating. Chocolate is so loved by bakers because it is a versatile ingredient and can cover a delicious selection of desserts on any occasion from family meals, a birthday celebration, dinner parties, wedding, children’s parties and even thanksgiving.  Chocolate candies also make ideal gifts at Christmas. Barefoot Contessa, Jacques Torres, Martha Stewart, and Food Network Giada De Laurentiis are just a few of the big food personalities with a signature chocolate recipe.

Originating from the Amazon forests of South America, chocolate came from the cocoa bean, which grows in pods on cocoa trees. The cocoa bean is well respected by the local Aztecs and made as a special delicacy during festivals called ‘Chocolatl’.

It was in the 17th century when the Spaniards introduced the cocoa bean to Europe. However, it remained a high-priced luxury for years until the beginning of the 19th century, when the chocolate was invented in a solid form for eating.

Today, West Africa as well as South America is the biggest source of cocoa beans. Why chocolate remains expensive is understandable. It takes an entire year’s crop from one cocoa tree to give produce 500g/1lb of refined cocoa powder. Refining cocoa powder is also a lengthy process. First the cocoa beans are roasted, ground and sieved.  Then, cocoa butter is extracted to develop the strongly-flavored cocoa powder which is used in chocolate recipes and drinks.

Famous chocolate companies and brands:

  • Godiva Chocolates
  • Ghirardelli Hank’s Gourmet Chocolates
  • Hershey’s Kitchens
  • L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates
  • The Swiss Colony
  • Very Best Baking – Nestle
  • Toblerone
  • Nesquik

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Wondered who invented the chocolate chip cookie? No other than Ruth Graves Wakefield. Born on the 17th of June 1903, she invented the chocolate chip cookie by accident when she substituted broken pieces of chocolate from Nestle when she ran out of regular powdered baker’s chocolate.  This started to be the known chocolate chip cookie recipe that became one of the most common treats in the Western World. Butter, brown or white sugar with semi-sweet chips and additional variations such as nuts or oatmeal are the basic ingredients of a chocolate chip cookie.
There is another side to the story of how the chocolate chip cookie was discovered. In this version, it was said that George Boucher, at one time head chef and an accomplished chef at Toll House Inn and author of a cookbook, knew about the properties of chocolate and knew it would not melt and mix into the batter while baking. He claimed that the Hobart electric mixer dislodged bars of Nestlé’s chocolate stored on the shelf above the mixer so they fell into the sugar cookie dough it was mixing, then broke them up and mixed the pieces into it, thus, leading to the discovery of the popular combination.

Today, all commercial bakeries offer their own version of the factory-packed cookie in baked or ready-to-bake forms. Different variations of chocolate chip cookies can be found although the procedure is fairly consistent on all recipes. The recipe containing the basic ingredients of white sugar; brown sugar, flour, salt, eggs, a leavening agent such as baking powder, butter or shortening, vanilla extract, and semi-sweet chocolate pieces is given a twist by adding raisin, walnut, peanuts, toffee or oats. Some are added with shots of alcoholic beverages and liqueur such as Baileys, bourbon and martinis to give it more punch while others are low calorie. Other innovations include adding fruits such as apples, avocados, cherries, and cinnamon sticks.  Variations in mixing and cooking time produce either the soft doughy texture that is a softer, chunky chewy style cookie, while others are crunchy or crispy. Some are even baked using a crock pot.

Massachusetts is designated as the Official State Cookie to honor the cookie’s creation in the state, on July 9, 1997.  A few of the best rated chocolate chip cookie recipes are:

  • Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Paula Deen’s White Chocolate Cherry Chunkies
  • Deep-Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
  • Doubletree Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Chocolate Gooey Butter Cookies
  • Ted’s Montana Grill Double Chocolate Cookie
  • Italian Chocolate Cookies
  • Nestle TollHouse Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Weight Watchers Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Sour Cream Chocolate Chip Cake
  • Crisp Rice Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Potbelly Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes
  • Double-Chocolate Dream Cookies
  • Amaretto Chocolate Chip Cookies Chocolate Chunk Cookies
  • Crisco Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Best Ever Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Levain Bakery Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookie
  • Deep-Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Italian Chocolate Sandwich Cookie
  • The Real Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Quaker Oats Vanishing Oatmeal Cookies
  • Subway Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe from Betty Crocker

Chocolate Cake Recipe

In the olden days, chocolate cake recipes are merely the traditional types; those that contain just the basic ingredients such as hazelnut, cheese, raisins, and beetroot. But as time went by, chocolate cake recipes have come to evolve as well. Several ingredients have been added to come up with a luscious version of chocolate cakes.
A chocolate cake recipe can be made out of different kinds of chocolate ranging from bitter chocolate, dark chocolate, plain chocolate, or chocolate that has very little or no added sugar, as well as white chocolates. There are also organic chocolates which have a great deal of cocoa solids but such chocolate variety is very expensive. Versatility of the chocolate has led to the innovative chocolate cake recipes such as:

  • >Choco Orange Angel Cake
  • >Hot Spicy Chocolate Ginger Crunch Cake with Ginger Soup
  • >Tangy Cinnamon Cake
  • >Chocolate Cake topped with Banana Sauce
  • >Avocado Chocolate Truffle
  • >Tofu Chocolate Pudding
  • >Pumpkin Chocolate Dessert Cake
  • >Mayonnaise Chocolate Cake
  • >Zucchini Chocolate Cake
  • >Potato Chocolate Cake
  • >Banana Brownie Cake
  • >Chocolate Cornflake Cake
  • >Chocolate Date Cake
  • >Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cake

For many people, anything which is made with chocolate is always and forever delicious but to make it all the more tempting, chocolate cakes are topped with decorations and toppings. These toppings generally add up not only to the delicious look of the cake but give a novel twist to the usual recipes. Some of the most favorite toppings are almonds, dates, fruit sauces, and honey. Some chocolate cake recipes have attractive chocolate curls as toppings, designs of melted chocolate, as well as chocolate balls. A favorite choice of all is the “covertures”, a kind of chocolate which has a glossy finish.

Today, almost everything may be utilized as an ingredient to the chocolate cake recipes. Below are the types of cakes with its basic ingredients:

  • Angel cake                               Sponge cake, cream.
  • Angel food cake                      Vanilla and cream of tartar
  • Apple cake                                Apple
  • Aranygaluska                          Yeasty dough, vanilla custard
  • Bakewell Tart                          Almond, and raspberry jam
  • Banana Cake/Bread              Banana, sometimes nuts and chocolate
  • Bebinca                                     Coconut milk, clarified butter, sugar, and flour
  • Bundt cake                               Varies, often chocolate
  • Cheesecake                              Cream cheese
  • Chiffon cake                            Vegetable oil
  • Coffee cake                              Cinnamon
  • Croquembouche                     Caramel, almond, and chocolate
  • Cupcake                                   Varies
  • Depression cake                    Made without milk, sugar, butter, or eggs
  • Devil’s food cake                    Chocolate and/or cocoa, and baking soda
  • Dobos cake                              Spongecake, chocolate buttercream, caramel slices
  • Esterhazy Torte                      Chocolate buttercream, sponge cake
  • Fat Rascal                               Dried fruit, peel, oats
  • Flourless chocolate cake     Chocolate
  • French Fancy                          Fondant, cream
  • Gooey butter cake                   Butter
  • Génoise Cake                           Whole egg
  • Hot milk cake                          Milk, and mocha
  • Ice cream cake                         Ice cream
  • Jaffa cakes                                Orange juice
  • Kendal Mint Cake                    Peppermint
  • Kladdkaka                                 Chocolate
  • Kouign-amann                        Butter
  • Lamington                                Chocolate icing, and desiccated coconut
  • Madeira cake                            Butter and sugar
  • Mantecada                                Eggs, flour, sugar and butter, cow fat in     the Mantecadas de Astorga
  • Marble cake                               Mixture of flavours including vanilla, coffee, chocolate
  • Matrimonial Cake                   Layer of minced dates with oat crumble
  • Melktert (Milk tart)                 High volume of milk, with flour, sugar and eggs
  • Molten chocolate cake           Chocolate
  • Mooncake                                  Lotus seed paste, and salted duck egg
  • Napoleon                                   Puff pastry, pastry cream, white icing and brown chocolate strips, and combed.
  • Opera cake                                Ganache, sponge cake, and coffee syrup
  • Panettone                                  Raisins, orange peel, and lemon peel
  • Parkin                                         Treacle and oats
  • Pavlova                                      Egg white and sugar (meringue)
  • Petits fours                                Butter cream
  • Upside Down Cake                 Pineapple
  • Pound cake                               Butter, sugar
  • Prinsesstårta                            Sponge cake, whipped cream, berry jam, custard, green  marzipan
  • Prinzregententorte                  Sponge cake, buttercream , dark chocolate glaze
  • Pumpkin bread                         Pumpkin, sometimes chocolate
  • Punschkrapfen                         Cake crumbs, nougat chocolate, apricot jam, and rum
  • Queen Elisabeth cake             Coconut, dates
  • Red velvet cake                         Red coloring and cocoa
  • Rum cake                                    Rum, dried fruit
  • Ruske Kape                                Chocolate, and coconut
  • Sachertorte                                Apricot, and cream
  • Salzburger Nockerl                  Egg yolk, flour and milk
  • Soufflé                                          Cream sauce or purée with beaten egg whites
  • Sponge cake                               Flour, sugar and eggs
  • St. Honoré Cake                        Caramel and Chiboust cream
  • Streuselkuchen                          Streusel butter, flour and sugar
  • Sultana and cherry cake         Sultanas and glace cherries
  • Swiss roll                                     Jam
  • Tarte Tatin                                  Apple
  • Tiramisu                                      Savoiardi and espresso
  • Tompouce                                   Cream, icing
  • Tres Leches Cake                      Evaporated milk, condensed milk, heavy or sour cream
  • Tunis Cake                                  Chocolate and marzipan
  • Upside-down cake                    Varies
  • Wedding cake                            Varies
  • Whoopie Pies

Other cake recipes:

  • Old-fashioned Chocolate Cake
  • 3 Layer Chocolate Cake
  • Banana Brownie Cake
  • Diabetic Chocolate Cake
  • Caramel chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Cornflake Cakes
  • Chocolate Crispy Cakes
  • Chocolate Chip Nut Cake
  • Chocolate Butter Cream
  • Chocolate Buttermilk Cake
  • Chocolate Icebox Cake
  • Chocolate marble cake
  • To Die 4 Chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cake
  • Chocolate Date Cake
  • Chocolate Sheet Cake
  • Decadent Fudge Cake
  • Double Fudge Cake
  • Double Mousse Delight
  • Fat-Free Chocolate Cake
  • Mayonnaise Chocolate Cake
  • Mini Kiss Truffle Cake
  • Mint Mocha Fudge Cake
  • Mocha Macadamia Decadence Cake
  • Mocha Munchies Cake
  • One Pan Chocolate Cherry Cake
  • One Pan Fudge Cake
  • Peppermint Chocolate Cake
  • Red Velvet Cake
  • Too Rich Chocolate Cake
  • Zucchini Chocolate Cake
  • Dense Chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Cake in a Jar
  • Doctor Chocolate Cake
  • Upside Down Chocolate
  • Mexican Chocolate Cake
  • Easy Microwave Chocolate Cake Recipe
  • Moist Chocolate Cake Recipe
  • Molten Chocolate Cakes
  • Chocolate Mud Cake Recipe
  • Yellow Cake Recipe
  • Chocolate Volcano Cakes
  • Chocolate Tuxedo cake
  • Turtle Cake
  • Triple Chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Sponge cake
  • Chocolate Cake Shot Recipe
  • Better Than Sex Cake II
  • Chocolate Rum Cake
  • Real chocolate cake
  • Pumpkin Chocolate Dessert Cake Recipe
  • Potato Chocolate Cake Recipe
  • Chocolate Cake In A Mug Recipe
  • Magnolia’s Chocolate Cupcakes
  • Glazed Chocolate Cake with Sprinkles

Best Choice Chocolate Cake Recipes:
>Chocolate Citrus Tart
Made with chocolate-flavored tart dough, a rich orange-flavored filling, and a soft chocolate ganache frosting

>Black Forest Cake
A very popular and well-known cake of German origin; moist, dark chocolate cake filled with cherries and whipped cream, and garnished with chocolate curls

>Scandinavian Brownies
Delicious dark Scandinavian brownies made with cocoa, chocolate chips and walnuts or pecan nuts with chocolate-mocha frosting

>Chocolate Chip Cookie
A white cookie with added chocolate chips

>Chocolate Lava Cakes
Medium dark, rich chocolate cup-cakes with fluid core often served in fine restaurants

>Chocolate Mousse Cake
A moist hazelnut and dark chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse

>Chocolate Torte (Sachertorte)
A light brown layer cake with apricot filling and dark chocolate icing from the famous Austrian Sachertorte, one of the best chocolate cakes in the world

>Classic Chocolate Souffle
A classical dark chocolate souffle. Plain bittersweet chocolate, or bittersweet chocolate flavored with orange or raspberries is used

>Dark Chocolate Chip Cookie
Dark chocolate chip cookie made with cocoa powder and chocolate chips

>Death By Chocolate  Dark by Marcel Desaulniers
A dark, extremely rich chocolate layer cake with dark chocolate icing

>Devil’s Food Cake
A dark chocolate layer cake made with cocoa with white mountain frosting

>Easy Brownies
Traditional dark brownies made with cocoa and walnuts or pecan nuts with powdered sugar or glace as frosting

>Easy Chocolate Cake
An easy recipe for a delicious two-layer medium dark chocolate cake

>Flourless French Chocolate Cake
Recipe for a traditional dark, rich and moist French cake without flour

>Flourless Scandinavian Chocolate Cake
A rich flourless dark chocolate cake with less fat and more chocolate flavor

>Flourless Chocolate Muffins
Flourless, moist medium dark chocolate muffins with almond flour (made by grinding almonds very fine), cocoa and chocolate chips

>Chocolate Layer Cake Medium Dark Frosting
A rich, medium dark chocolate layer cake with dark frosting; Another version of chocolate layer cake recipe with only cocoa and no chocolate is also available.

>Chocolate Muffins
Delicious, rich, moist, medium dark chocolate muffins

>Semi-liquid Chocolate Cake
A rich, flourless dark chocolate cake with liquid center

How The Chocolate Fondue Recipe Evolved

Fondue became popular in North America in the 1960s. Fondue originated from Switzerland as a national dish by the Swiss Cheese Union in the 1930s. Originally, fondue is a  Swiss and French dish by melting cheese in a communal pot called “caquelon”  over a spirit lamp called “rechaud”.  Long-stemmed forks with bread are dipped into the cheese.

Later, the word “fondue” has been generalized to other dishes where a food is dipped into a communal pot of hot liquid such as chocolate, hence, the term “chocolate fondue”.  Pieces of fruits are dipped into the melted chocolate mixture. A few popular chocolate fondue recipes are:

  • >Nostalgia Chocolate Fondue Fountain
  • >Classic Chocolate Fondue
  • >Hot Chocolate Fondue
  • >Chocolate Peanut Butter Fondue

Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Once only a specialty of French restaurants, chocolate mousse entered into American and British homes in the 1960s. Mousse is derived from the French word mousse which means “lather” or “foam”.   It can range from light and fluffy to creamy and thick, has a light and airy texture resulting from the air bubbles incorporated into it.
It is a form of dessert typically made from egg and cream usually in combination with other flavors such as chocolate or puréed fruit.  Contrary to what other people believe, mousse is easy to make with some instant ones available. A lot of homemade mousses are basically chilled desserts so that there is no need to cook the ingredients. Some versions are gluten-free. A few of the famous mousse recipes are:

  • Strawberry Chocolate Mousse Cake
  • Low-Carb Sugar-Free Chocolate Mousse
  • Perfect Chocolate Mousse by Julia Child
  • Costco Mousse Recipe
  • Chocolate Mousse By Ming Tsai
  • Oscar’s Chocolate Box
  • Spanish Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Frosting Recipe

Creating the best cupcake frosting is not merely finding the right recipe,  it is about choosing the right flavors, the best ingredients, and most of all, being creative. When your cake tastes good and your frosting looks gorgeous, it becomes a masterpiece. A few famous frostings:

  • Vegan Chocolate Frosting
  • Chocolate Marshmallow Frosting
  • Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting
  • White Chocolate Genache Frosting
  • Boiled Chocolate  Frosting
  • Bourbon Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Chocolate butter cream frosting
  • Cooked Chocolate Frosting
  • Cuisinart Chocolate Frosting
  • Chocolate Gnash Frosting

Hot Chocolate Recipe

Called “xocoatl”, hot chocolate dates back with the Aztec people. The drink was then introduced to the Europeans by Hernan Cortez. But because it was hard to pronounce “xocoatl”, the Spaniards changed the name of the drink to “chocolat”. The Spaniards added a sweetener to the drink to lessen its unsweetened bitter taste.  The English later change the name to “chocolate”. Variant recipes of warm or hot chocolate include addition of cinnamon, whipped cream, mint, fruit, marshmallows and peppermint and even alcohol. A hot chocolate maker is being utilized so that dispensing the hot liquid will be easy.  A few of the well-loved hot chocolate recipes are:

  • Royal Hot Chocolate
  • Hot Chocolate Espresso
  • Fluffy Hot Chocolate
  • Frozen Hot Chocolate
  • Hot Chocolate Jars
  • Spiked Hot Chocolate
  • Serendipity Frozen Hot Chocolate Recipe
  • Fluffy Hot Chocolate Recipe
  • Frangelico
  • Frozen Frappuccino
  • Iced Mocha
  • Chocolate Malt Shake By Masterchef Emeril Lagasse
  • Chocolate Martini Cocktail
  • Hot Chocolate Mayan Style
  • Chocolate Milkshake Recipe
  • Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate
  • Dunkin Frozen Hot Chocolate

Chocolate Recipes

Chocolate is produced from the seed of the tropical Theobroma cacao tree. If you think that the cacao fruit tastes as good as the chocolate bar, you’re wrong. The raw or unprocessed seeds of the cacao tree have an intense bitter taste, hence, the Aztecs called it “bitter water” or Nahuatl.  And before one can appreciate its addicting taste, one must start from scratch. The seeds must first be fermented, roasted and ground or processed to develop its flavor.  It contains healthy anti-oxidants as well as serotonin which is said to enhance mood. Earliest documented use of chocolate is around 1100 BC. Chocolate is so versatile that from its humble beginnings as a hot chocolate drink, it has now evolved into new recipes:

  • Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars Recipe from Pillsbury
  • Chocolate Graham Toffee Bark Recipe
  • Chocolate Pancake
  • Marie Biscuit Chocolate Balls
  • Almond Bark Chocolate
  • Chocolate Biscotti
  • Chocolate Brownie
  • Chewy Chocolate Brownies
  • Julia Child’s Chocolate Cake
  • Chocolate Clay
  • Chocolate Coconut Balls
  • Chocolate Crinkle or Crinkles
  • Chocolate Croissant or Croissants
  • Rocky Mountain Mudslide
  • Chocolate Pot de Creme
  • Chocolate Pretzels Recipe
  • Spiced Chocolate Donut
  • Gourmet Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Rod/Rods
  • Chocolate Drink
  • Chocolate Eclairs Recipe
  • Chocolate Eclair Dessert Recipe
  • Eggless Chocolate Recipe
  • Eastern European Chocolate Desserts
  • Chocolate Fantasy Fudge
  • Frangelico and Chocolate
  • Chocolate Ganache
  • Chocolate Glaze
  • Chocolate Granola
  • Chocolate Muffin or muffins
  • Chocolate Gravy
  • Chocolate Haupia Pie
  • HCG Chocolate Delight
  • Hominy Grill Chocolate Pudding
  • Iced Chocolate
  • French Chocolate Macaroon
  • Chocolate Malt
  • Chocolate Marshmallows
  • Chocolate Milk Shake
  • Modeling Chocolate
  • White Modelling Chocolate
  • Molded Chocolate
  • Mexican Mole Sauce
  • Chocolate Whoopie Pies
  • Wicked Chocolate
  • Chocolate Vodka
  • Chocolate Tapioca Pudding
  • Super Moist Chocolate Cake
  • Steamed Chocolate Pudding
  • Spicy Chocolate
  • Chocolate Souffle
  • Chocolate Slice
  • French Silk Chocolate Pie
  • Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding
  • English Royalty Chocolate Chip Scone/Scones
  • Salted Chocolate Caramels
  • Chocolate Roll or rolled
  • Rival Chocolate Fountain
  • Quick and Easy Dessert
  • Profiteroles with Chocolate Sauce
  • Chocolate Pizza
  • Chocolate Pecan Pie
  • Passover Chocolate Mandelbrot
  • Paradise of Chocolate
  • Chocolate Pancakes
  • Healthy Organic Chocolate
  • Chocolate Orange Truffles
  • Basic Chocolate Milkshakes
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball
  • Chocolate Bars and Squares
  • Chocolate Trifle
  • Starbucks Chocolate Cinnamon Bread
  • Jello Chocolate Peanut Butter Dessert

Candies:

  • Chocolate Fondant Recipe By Gordon Ramsay
  • Chocolate Marshmallows
  • Modeling Chocolate Recipe
  • Chocolate Candy Mold
  • Malted Chocolate Bark Soda Cracker Chocolate Candy

Chocolate Covered Strawberries Recipe

No one can quite recall when dipping fresh fruits such as strawberries in chocolate were first discovered. It is simply appetizing that mere pictures of it make your mouth water. Perhaps it is the versatility of chocolate that people came up with such a discovery. This is especially true for the health conscious individuals who do not like to forego chocolates. Makes sense though, because chocolate on its own has anti oxidant properties. So by pairing it with fresh fruits, you get the ultimate guilt-free dessert of all time.  What’s more amazing is that making these types of desserts is very simple. Set on a silver tray and voila, gourmet dessert in 5 minutes.

Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe

Have you ever wondered about the origin of cheesecake? History has the first recorded mention of cheesecake in 776 BC, as being served to the athletes during the first Olympic Games. Said to have come from the conquering Roman armies, it was first introduced to Western Europe and Great Britain in 1000 AD.  In America, it was said to have begun in 1872 with American dairymen, who were said to be trying to recreate French Neufchatel cheese. But instead of recreating it, it came out as richer and creamier; and thus cream cheese was discovered. In 1912, James Kraft developed his pasteurized cheese, which the other dairy product manufacturers soon adopted. This was how cream cheese came to be known.

The origin of cheesecake being made with cream cheese has been credited to Arnold Reuben, owner of the legendary Turf Restaurant at 49th and Broadway in New York City. According to legend, he was served a cheese pie by a friend which he immediately fell in love with. Not satisfied with his friend’s recipe, he began to develop his own recipe of the cheesecake. When he finally perfected the recipe, he began to serve it at his restaurant and the cheesecake was said to have become quickly popular. A few of the best pie and cheesecake recipes:

  • Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake
  • Angus Barn Chocolate Chess Pie
  • Chocolate Pie Crust
  • Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie
  • Banofie Pie

Chocolate has been around for quite some time and is sure to remain that way. It has brought pleasure to both kids and adults. So whether it’s a slice of chocolate cake, a muffin or a torte, a chocolate recipe is always something that would bring sweetness in our lives.

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