Easy recipes using chocolate
Are you craving for chocolate, but you want to try a new recipe? It’s a common dilemma. Chocolate is universally loved, yet chocolate recipes are usually not very easy. To solve this dilemma for you, we went ahead and compiled a list of 5 delicious, yet easy to make chocolate recipes. For your convenience, the recipes are sorted based on how long it’ll take you to make them.
1. Chocolate mousse
Time required: 20-30 minutes Deceptively easy to make yet delightfully delicious, chocolate mousse is at the top of our list for a good reason. Whether you’re looking to satiate your late-night cravings or you want to entertain guests at a party, chocolate mousse will have you covered. And if you want the best taste, a premium quality chocolate will go a long way.
Here’s a video explaining how to make it, or click here if you prefer your recipes in a written form.
Time required: 40 minutes This one is to cater to the bakers among you. If you haven’t made brownies before because you thought they were too complicated, you’ll be surprised by how easy they’re to make! This one takes a bit more time than the chocolate mousse but it’s worth it.
What are you waiting for? Here’s our favourite written guide on how to make them. You can also follow this video if you’re more of a visual person.
3. Chocolate chip cookies
Time required: 30-50 minutes Like to bake but don’t feel like brownies? Try the chocolate chip cookies. They’re so easy to make and so delicious at the same time that you’ll regret not baking them sooner.
Here’s our favorite recipe for making the best chocolate chip cookies, and here’s a video.
4. Chocolate banoffee pie
Time required: 3 hours and 30 minutes A chocolate pie? Sign us up. If you’ve had banoffee pie before, you know you’re in for a treat when you add a chocolate biscuit base to it. If you haven’t, it contains chocolate, caramel, and bananas. Until you make one yourself, you’ll have to take our word that this pie is one of the most delicious you’ll taste.
Here’s how you can make it, and here’s a video.
5. No bake chocolate cheesecake
Time required: 4-5 hours
You might have noticed that the time required went up significantly, that’s because we saved the heavy hitters for last. Not to worry, though. If you’ve got the time, both of these recipes are quite easy.
How do you make a cheesecake even better? You add chocolate to it. The no bake chocolate cheesecake might require a lot more time than the recipes mentioned above, but it’s worth it. Also, the longer you leave this in the fridge, the better it’ll taste.
Did we convince you to make it? Good! Here’s a video and a written guide. That’s all today for our easiest recipes using chocolate. We hope we were able to fulfill your chocolate cravings using these choco-licious recipes. Let us know how you like them!