13 chocolate-on-chocolate recipes for when just a little won’t do
There are times when you are in the mood for a petite snack, and then there are times when you want to go overboard. This chocolate-on-chocolate recipe round-up is designed for when all you crave is true, unadulterated indulgence.
Allow us to show you all the decadent and delightful ways you can use an inordinate amount of chocolate in the kitchen. Including old-school chocolate cake and custard, triple choc cookies, meringues, macarons and brownies. Dip your fingers into these 13 mouthwatering recipes…
Chocolate cake and custard takes us right back to school days, and this version is the real deal. If you could taste nostalgia, we think it would be a little something like this.
Ready in just over 30 minutes, these melt-in-the-mouth cookies are comfort on a plate. The malted vanilla cream is the perfect accompaniment.
Silky ganache, rich mousse and an Oreo case. This tart contains vitamin C in the form of passionfruit, but don’t worry, it’s all about the chocolate, really.
Bring smiles to faces with Mary Berry’s chocolate cake recipe. It features a malted chocolate icing and is topped with Maltesers, for that satisfying crunch!
A rich, marshmallow chocolate centre is complemented by a crunchy chocolate meringue topping in this incredible dessert by Eric Lanlard.
This cake isn’t messing around. We’re talking three layers of chocolate and soured cream sponge, sandwiched with chocolate buttercream and coated in chocolate mousse icing. That enough for you?
Chocolate and brown sugar meringues are lifted to new heights when topped with a sauce made from chocolate, hazelnut, praline and caramel. Guests will gawp.
For when double chocolate isn’t enough – dark, milk and white chocolate come together in this triple choc brownie recipe.
Cream cheese and chocolate might sound weird but it’s an epic combination – tart and sweet in all the right places. This chocolate cheesecake with a three-ingredient chocolate glaze is the way to do it.
Chetna Makan brings us this triple chocolate creation. White chocolate and dark chocolate ganache fill the chocolate pastry, with the tart brought alive by the warm addition of cardamon and the crunch of hazelnuts.
Classic French macarons become even more rich and decadent in this recipe. They’re a treat with your afternoon tea, or make a sophisticated dessert.
The quintessential chocolate-chip cookie gets dressed up to the nines. Why have one type of chocolate when you can have three? The smell that will fill your kitchen as you bake these is almost as good as they taste.
Layers of milk, dark and white chocolate mousse prove that good things come in threes. They are an impressive summery chocolate dessert.