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Lee's Orgasmic Chocolate Desserts

This is a compilaton of decadent, orgasmic, sinful chocolate desserts! This is link to a list of Decadent Chocolate Flourless Cakes:
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7 Reviews |  By Debbwl

This is something I came up with one evening after see a story about a company that was doing quite well selling cocoa with chili peppers in it. This recipe does use dark cocoa powder not the regular cocoa powder.

Recipe #466548

This decadent chocolate dessert cooks ehile you are at work or out shopping thanks to the slow cooker....

Recipe #338665

What a nice sweet snack to have for everyone or to just have to serve your guest, delicious -

Recipe #346880

Don't you just love it when another easy recipe comes along that everyone will really enjoy?? Well here is one that is just that - so easy and very delicious!! Like a lot of things, this improves with age -

Recipe #380023

In "Luscious Chocolate Desserts' by Lori Longbottom.

Recipe #404374

2 Reviews |  By ellie_

This is a very elegant cake for special occassions and is a bit time consuming, but it is best if made a few days ahead and refrigerated. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (April 1984)

Recipe #143403

(Mean Chef adoptee) I have tried many versions of the famous New York blackout cake. After many trials I have settled on this one by Wayne Harley Brachman - Retro Desserts. It is awsome. Source: "Retro Desserts". Use Recipe #37844 for icing. Adopted 9/06

Recipe #55861

A simple list of ingredients turns into a wonderfully moist flavorful cake. Dress it up or down with equal success...I prefer a ganache filling and a citrus cream cheese frosting.

Recipe #277409

This very rich Hungarian cake was found in a cookbook published by the trustees & employees of the Metropolitan Museum in NY in 1973 or so. The submitter says it should be eaten the day that it it made.

Recipe #377697

The winner of the first Bundts Across America Contest was this Chocolate Cabernet Flavors Di ‘Vine’ Wine Cake. I've made this bundt cake many times and it is so good and I wanted to post it here for safe keeping. Wine pairings: Darker red wines, such as Syrah, Cabernet and fruity Merlot; Sweeter reds such as Brachetto or Lambrusco; Ruby-style ports, including Late-Bottled and Vintage ports.

Recipe #375909

This recipe is popular in many European countries including France and Switzerland.

Recipe #374075

I was searching for the old fashioned kind of pudding cake and found this on This is like the one I made when in high school! Back in the '50s! Finally found it and will keep it here for safekeeping.

Recipe #373967

This is a wonderfully gooey and warm cake. Great served ala'mode.

Recipe #47796

10 Reviews |  By Caryn

A luscious chocolate dessert, a chocolate lovers delight!

Recipe #20448

Think....chocolate crust, oh so creamy chocolate filling made with fresh whipping cream, topped with chocolate curls or sprinkles!!! Or...(if you haven't had enough chocolate)....decorate the plate with chocolate sauce, raspberry coulis and fresh strawberries. Now that's decadent!!!! This is dessert that needs chilling time, so give yourself plenty of time to play.

Recipe #369177

This simple, elegant dessert is easy to make up and looks spectacular in decorative dessert dishes. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint, fresh fruit or fresh whipping cream

Recipe #369194

This recipe is from It requires a lot of time and TLC, but when done correctly, is absolutely amazing. There are many time-sensitive elements in the recipe, so make sure you read it through well before starting. The directions should take you through preparation in the best manner for everything to be done at just the right time, and do require going back and forth between different elements to check. The size of spring-form pan you use is very important. I made it once with a larger size, and the bottom layer was so thin that in transfer, it fell apart in my hands.

Recipe #366695

Like most of the recipes that I come up with I developed this because I needed a dessert in less than an hour using what I had on hand. This is what resulted, it is a delicious creamy chocolate filling folded into flakey puff pastry. Please note that the cream cheese taste in these is subltle and if you want that flavor to stand out more you should increase the amount of cream cheese until it meets your tastes. Since this was a trial and error process the measurement amounts are all estimates. This recipe would also be good with the addition of some chopped nuts or served with raspberries. Please give me your feedback, changes, and suggestions! Also, please note that this recipe is very easy it just has a lot of steps so that I properly explain everything. Thank you!

Recipe #366515

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