If there’s a time to enjoy rich, creamy chocolate, it’s now! Valentine’s Day is the greatest excuse. If you find yourself with a surplus of chocolate, then you’ll love these chocolate recipes that can be enjoyed any time of day. No guilt.
5 Chocolate Recipes from Breakfast to Dessert
Averie at Aviere Cooks gives classic peanut butter and banana sandwiches an instant upgrade with the addition of chocolate. As if that combination wasn’t decadent enough, swap the white bread for crispy French toast and you have a breakfast or brunch to satisfy any sweet tooth. Recipe here.
A rich, chocolate snack packed with energy? Lauren at Climbing Grier Mountain created these treats that are almost too good to be true. Despite being made with little more than dates, almonds, and cocoa they taste exactly like the perfect fudge-y brownie. Great for an afternoon pick-me-up! Recipe here.
Okay, so two chocolate-filled snacks in one day may be a bit much, but not when you love sweets as much as we do! This simple chocolate mug cake can be whipped up in just a few minutes on your lunch break to satisfy a last-minute chocolate craving. Chopped Harry & David truffles add extra pockets of deliciousness to this this single-serve cake. Recipe here.
Your mom was wrong about one thing: you totally CAN eat chocolate for dinner. Sylvia from Feasting at Home came up with the perfect way to do just that. Filled with your choice of winter squash and black beans, these enchiladas are smothered in a simple mole sauce. The smoky-spicy sauce with a hint of chocolate actually makes a wonderful pairing with a variety of flavors. Recipe here.
If you love rich chocolate cake and fudge-y ganache, this one is for you. Jessica at How Sweet It Is knows a thing or two about desserts, and these cupcakes are no exception. These rich chocolate cupcakes get dressed up for Valentine’s Day with pretty pink sugar shards to take them from “yum” to “wow” in no time. Recipe here.