If you are learning how to make chocolate dessert recipes, there are so many rich luscious ones to make. Can dessert get any better? Chocolate is the favorite flavor around the world. I have also found that the favorite topic of food discussion around the world is the many dessert recipes.
After you have learned how to make chocolate recipes, you will see that it stands to reason why they are the hottest topic worldwide and I am included.
I want to mention, as I am sure you already know that there are many different types of chocolate. Each one of these chocolates is equally delicious and equally valuable depending on the recipe which you will include it in. Not only are they broken down into different types of chocolates as I have listed below but you will notice that each type or brand or manufacturer may have a different percentage of actual chocolate in it. It is best to try different ones and find your favorites to cook and bake with.
TYPES OF CHOCOLATE:
When you have learned how to make chocolate dessert recipes you will find that they can be as simple as dipping strawberries in melted chocolate. While I am mentioning melted chocolate and I am talking about dark, milk or white melted chocolate. Spoon some over pecans, walnuts, peanut or cashews; let them set up and the chocolate harden and see how good this is for a simple quick dessert; try also dipping marshmallows, bananas, pretzels, crackers or shortbread cookies.
I am sure I don’t have to tell anyone how great chocolate layer cake recipes are, or all those rich brownies, or creamy fudge, or wonderful chocolate pies and cookies; but what about chocolate soup recipe, chocolate soufflés and chocolate mousse? How about chocolate cheesecake? I am not just talking about plain chocolate cheesecake but some of those with caramel and pecans and all those other ingredients in them. The great think about chocolate dessert recipes is that chocolate blends so well with many other dessert ingredients like coconut, peanut butter, mint, cream cheese, nuts, caramels and many more. Your choices are endless to come up with some fabulous tasting products. Besides loving the taste of these chocolate dessert recipes, just think, there are some health benefits of chocolate; one being it offers a natural detoxification.
This cold chocolate soup recipe might be difficult for some people to accept but believe me it is delicious; just think of it as a creamy dessert.
Combine in small saucepan ½ of chocolate chips with milk and melt over low.
Combine chocolate milk mixture with remaining ingredients in blender (except whipped cream).
Blend mixture until smooth and chill until ready to serve.
Place other half of chocolate chips in dry blender and chop in small particles; set aside.
Garnish with dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of chocolate particles.
Combine in a small bowl crumbs, sugar and butter.
Pat crumbs in bottom and up sides of a buttered 9 inch spring form pan; chill.
Beat cream cheese in large mixing bowl until fluffy; add condensed milk and chocolate syrup.
Dissolve coffee in hot water; add to creamed mixture and blend well.
Whip cream until stiff and fold into creamed mixture; pour into prepared pan.
Cover pan and freeze until firm about 6 to 8 hours.
Beat together in mixing bowl sugar, corn syrup, eggs, salt and flour.
Melt butter and chocolate; add vanilla and beat into egg mixture.
Place pecan halves in pastry shell; pour mixture over top.
Bake at 300F degrees for 50 to 60 minutes or until custard is set in center.
Let cool completely before serving; garnish with whipped cream.Painless Cooking › Chocolate › Desserts