World Chocolate Day is on the 7th of July which can only mean one thing – you MUST try at least one of these 11 chocolate recipes!
Gooey brownies are SO much better than cakey brownies! It’s one of those recipes that’s quite hard to master. This recipe tells you exactly how it’s done and doesn’t use many ingredients!
Top with your fave chocolate treats and you’re good to go! Milkshakes are a go-to when you’re wanting a tasty treat but don’t have room for a pudding. As long as you have a blender, you can be as creative as you want with this one!
This recipe is light and airy, yet so rich! Although the thought of making your own chocolate mousse might sound daunting, it’s actually surprisingly easy!
French Hot Chocolate
You might have seen this viral drink all over TikTok. If you haven’t, make sure to check out how delicious it looks! French hot chocolate is traditionally made using real, bittersweet chocolate and is served with a bowl of whipping cream to stir in.
White Chocolate & Raspberry Tart
With no better combo than white chocolate and raspberry – we couldn’t resist including this delicious no-bake tart! Not only will the taste impress your flatmates, but the look of it definitely will too.
A classic that can be ready within 10 minutes! If you’re short on time, or simply don’t want to go through the hassle of baking – this one’s for you! Dip fruit, cakes, marshmallows or whatever you want into a fondue!
Nutella Stuffed Cookies
You’ll end up with the most delicious cookies if you pair frozen Nutella with cookie dough! This recipe uses ingredients you’ll probably already have in your kitchen and only takes 10 minutes to prep!
This recipe might need a few attempts (and some perfecting)! Don’t be disheartened if your first attempt doesn’t go too well – macarons are extremely hard to master. However, they’ll be a showstopper when you do get them right!
Chocolate Orange Cheesecake
Another no-bake classic – a cheesecake! If you don’t fancy chocolate orange, you can swap it out for any other type of chocolate. Remember to make sure the mixture is firm enough so that it doesn’t stay liquidy when chilling (no one likes a sloppy cheesecake).
Pain Au Chocolat
This one is perfect for breakfast time! It does take quite a bit of prepping, so you might want to make these in advance. Why not have a go at making other French pastries such as croissants to serve together?
This chocolate trifle recipe uses a chocolate Swiss roll as the base but can also be swapped out for brownies or any other chocolate cake! It’s quick and easy to prepare but serves up to 8 people!
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