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    CHOCOLATE!

    Who doesn't love chocolate. Only those with allergies to it, I imagine. Don't you pity those poor people? There are so many wonderful chocolate treats to be had. Check these out and see if there's not one or two chocolate dishes you HAVE to try right now!
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    Recipe #197026

    Easy and tasty chocolate bread pudding made in just a few minutes in the microwave. Ordinary sandwich bread works fine or you can use fancier bread for a fancier pudding. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream, if desired.

    Recipe #197043

    3 Reviews |  By Sazza

    I got this recipe off the Australian Better Homes and Gardens website. It is a moist cake but not quite as heavy as some mud cakes I have eaten.

    Recipe #189841

    The classic flourless chocolate cake by Elizabeth David. Needs no tweakin', just eatin' Get the best chocolate and the freshest eggs and it's a no-brainer. This is the cake my 5 yo nephew always asks my sister for and ALL the boys demolish it!!

    Recipe #190887

    These are chewy, fudgy, SUPER EASY cookies that you can probably make right now! I have watched these disappear time and again and everyone is always asking for the recipe. It is almost embarrassing to give it out, it is that easy :) Enjoy! (12/14/06: I wanted to add that Betty Crocker has updated this recipe by adding 1 tsp. vanilla extract, but I don't want to change the original recipe.) *12/22/07: Please see my tips at the end of the recipe! **12/23/08: Betty Crocker has now added a version of the same exact recipe in which the cookie dough balls are rolled in granulated sugar instead of powdered sugar. I've tried this and they're also very good.

    Recipe #32614

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is a recipe I adopted from the Recipezaar account. UPDATE May 30, 2006: This is great! The mint flavour somewhat dissipates but it is still lurking in there! As it was hot in my kitchen, the chocolate mixture never got to room temperature. Therefore, mine never really "set up" properly. So I froze it. That worked beautifully! It was like a fudgsicle in a pie shell. It was somewhat difficult to cut but it wasn't impossible. I look forward to making this again and again. It was a great treat on an unbearably hot day! Plus, it is nice to know that I have a special sweet treat hiding in my freezer just waiting for me! (Chilling time is not included)

    Recipe #7573

    The addition of cocoa and cinnamon makes this a Mexican classic! You can make this into one 10-inch bundt, two 9x5 loaf cakes, or four 8x4 loaf cakes. NOTE: Don't overbake or this will be dry. Posted for 'Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #170022

    I made this up.

    Recipe #112163

    For chocolate-peanut butter lovers! This recipe is a family tradition. Our family couldn't wait to get Minnesota bars mailed to us from Grandma every Christmas. My sister and I would also make them with our grandmother when we would visit. I don't know where the name came from--my dad spent some of his childhood in Minnesota.

    Recipe #162331

    This is a recipe from my soon to be Mother in Law. It's a family favorite that I made for the first time with rave reviews. I've been told it was originally a Pillsbury Bake-Off recipe.

    Recipe #12960

    I haven't tried this, but the combination of chocolate in pfeffernusse intrigues me. I thought I should put it here to try someday. The recipe comes from Christmas Baking: Traditional Recipes Made Easy by Christian Teubner. I'm guessing at the prep and cook times.

    Recipe #188609

    An incredible chocolatey cake- based on a recipe from a well known West Coast restaurant. Not inexpensive and not low in calories, but what an indulgence for a special occasion.

    Recipe #147893

    I know, there is alot of effort that goes into these but they are really worth it. Have a cup of coffee or a glass of milk handy when you eat them. They're fantastic!

    Recipe #188304

    This is another one of my mother's recipes. She got this one from a neighbour while she was still living in Israel. Since this is decadent and is not really for diabetics, we use this only on special occasions. Some of the measurements, though, are in grams, because that was the kind my mother used while she was growing up in Israel. I tried to get her to convert the measurements so what you see below is mainly a guess estimate, really.

    Recipe #186559

    2 Reviews |  By ~Bekah~

    A easy and tasty way to end a BBQ'ed meal.

    Recipe #186597

    absolutely amazing recipe!

    Recipe #97373

    From Maida Heatter's Book of Great Chocolate Desserts. Maida says, "These are the biggest, thickest, gooiest, chewiest, darkest, sweetest, mostest-of-the-most chocolate bars with an almost wet middle and a crisp-crunchy top." It is best to bake these a day before - they cannot be cut into bars when they are too fresh. The instructions may seem long, but Maida Heatter is very detailed! If you read through them, you will see how quickly the recipe goes!

    Recipe #186602

    Recipe #186604

    From Rosie's Bakery Cookie Book: Chocolate-Packed, Jam-Filled, Butter-Rich, No-Holds-Barred by Judy Rosenberg (1996).

    Recipe #186607

    From Maida Heatter's Brand-New Book of Great Cookies, October 1995. When you look at all the steps to make these brownies, it might seem overwhelming, but Maida is very specific and these directions will actually go pretty fast.

    Recipe #186654

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