Delicious and Dark...Chocolate


Did you know that dark chocolate is actually good for you? It's true! Eaten in moderation, chocolate, especially dark chocolate, can be very beneficial. In fact, it's a good provider of antioxidants, which can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.

So go ahead and give in to the cravings—your body will thank you!



Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake

This simple Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake is rich and over-the-top chocolatey. The confectioners' sugar on top makes a very pretty presentation when you want to impress those guests.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen


Chocolate Ganache Cake

Although this Chocolate Ganache Cake looks very elegant and like something you'd only serve at special occasions, it's really, really easy.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen


Chocolate Swirled Bars

These Chocolate Swirled Bars make a crunchy and elegant addition to any cookie tray—and couldn't be easier!
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen


Gluten-Free Kahlua Dessert

Whether you eat a gluten-free diet or not, you'll delight in every bite of this creamy Gluten-Free Kahlua Dessert treat that's accented with subtle notes of Kahlua.
—Melissa McCrady, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Dark Chocolate Fondue

Savor all the decadence without a lick of guilt! We kept all the velvety, melt-in-your-mouth texture of fudgy fondue in this lusciously lighter Dark Chocolate Fondue version. It's just the thing to kindle romantic after-dinner conversation or welcome friends in from the cold.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen



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